adelias. Ceiling Fan. December 18th , 2017.
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).
One disadvantage of wanting vaulted ceilings when your house wasn't built with them is that it can be very challenging, invasive, or maybe even impossible, to retrofit them to your space. It's one of the rare architectural features that generally is best to design and integrate in the early stages of building.
Look around and see which style best describes the décor of the area where you'd like to put the ceiling fan. This will help you pick a style for your fan. Perhaps something more rustic would look better in your traditional room or something fun would in the kids' room.
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