adelias. Ceiling Fan. January 29th , 2018.
Let's face it, white builder-grade 8' ceilings just aren't all that interesting. A vaulted ceiling is different, unique, and possibly the best feature of the entire space. (Or, if not the best feature, it's a critical background player.) Vaulted ceilings add oomph to the room's design and appeal.
Vaulted ceilings are known, formally and informally, by many names in modern design (such as cathedral ceilings, raised ceilings, high ceilings, to name a few). The concept behind vaulted ceilings, however, stems back hundreds of years. Let's take a closer look at vaulted ceilings – their definition, history, pros and cons, and some inspiring design implementations.
First of all, you need to take into consideration the size of the room so that the ceiling fan can be efficient. For a room that measures 75 square feet or less, a 30 to 36 inch fan would be perfect. The 36 to 42 inch ones are ok for rooms that measure up to 144 square feet. For even larger rooms, opt for a 50 to 54 inch fan. Another option is to get two or more fans if you think one is not enough.
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