adelias. Ceiling Fan. December 18th , 2017.
Dusting a ceiling fan or changing a lightbulb on an 8' ceiling is no big deal – pull up a stool or chair and do the thing and you're done. But vaulted ceilings require a bit more. Some vaulted ceilings are so high, in fact, that even changing a lightbulb requires the professionals. Consider this fact before you jump into the vaulted ceiling world with both feet.
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.
With their inherent ability to make a space feel airy and more expansive, vaulted ceilings aren't, however, great at inducing a cozy, intimate feeling. In a bedroom, for example, a vaulted ceiling might not be the best choice if you're looking for something cozier in the room's architectural design.
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