adelias. Ceiling Fan. January 29th , 2018.
Vaulted ceilings began as an architectural choice only in cathedrals or basilicas centuries ago. Because of the vaulted ceiling's capacity to visually and intangibly make a space bigger. They could be considered an optical illusion, of sorts…but one with profound effect throughout architectural history (architectural development and considerations of the vaulted ceiling located at Columbia University).
This ceiling fan called Artemis is designed by George Kovacs and its manufacturer is now Minka Aire. The fan is made of three blades that look almost like those from a boat or at least that's what I thought of when I saw them. The support of the fan is made of brushed nickel and the blades are made of downrod, being available in many colours. You can purchase it now for $529.95 from Ylighting.
The fan has very beautiful blades of different dimensions and coloured in different shades, staring from white to pink. It can be purchased in other colours, too, depending on your wish. It is mounted on the ceiling and you can use the remote control to operate it and set the speed and the lights that come with it. It is very beautiful, almost like a flower and it is perfect for the kids' room or for the girl's room, especially if she is a teenager. Any way, you can buy it now for $369.
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