adelias. Ceiling Fan. December 18th , 2017.
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.
When designed strategically, vaulted ceilings can provide a much-needed venting area for unwanted hot air. This is particularly beneficial in a bathroom, where drying out as quickly as possible to prevent mold growth is a must. As a bonus to this feature, extra natural light is always in season!
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.
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