ceiling. Thursday , May 11th , 2017 - 04:39:46 AM
Low Ceiling Fans These fans don't have to be the ordinary kind that stretch across the middle of your room, being a poor choice for those who want to really give their ceiling spaces a makeover. Opt for antique looking fans, which you can easily find if you scour vintage stores for interiors or those that feature antique household pieces. These come with old-fashioned light fixtures placed around the fans, giving you light add-ons as a plus point. These fans usually have stubby blades and should fall dead center above your dining table, or countertop if you have one of those open kitchens where the counter separates two rooms. It would look great in your living space as well, or drawing-room; make sure that it is centered or it would totally ruin the look and feel of the fan's presence.
Ceiling fans are usually used in summer. They make cool air flow around the room, giving us respite from the heat. However, they can also be used to circulate warm air in winter, because of a small but useful feature of changing the direction of their blades. Fans consist of a button at the back of the blades, which when flicked, changes the direction of rotation of the blades of the fan.
Choosing the right sized fan is another essential task as the same will ensure a smooth air flow through the room. Fans with long blades are best picks for high ceilings. While shopping for a piece, do mention that you are searching for ceiling fans for high ceilings, so that the salesman shows you the best suitable pieces for your space. Fans with four or five long blades are often chosen for large rooms. Moreover, you need to buy a fan with a long rod. This will ensure that the fan is low enough to provide the required air flow even after being suspended from a high ceiling. The fan is usually hung in a way that it stays at a height of 8 or 10 feet from the floor.
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