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With our curated collection of both vintage and modern fans from manufacturers we know and trust, you can keep the air moving while keeping costs in check. For barns and commercial venues, high-velocity fans offer the size and speed you need for larger spaces. Keep your cool no matter what style you love! Read More »

 

What's a fan's role in a decor?

Wall, table top, and ceiling fans are among the most important items incorporated into a room. Although their aesthetics are commonly left as an afterthought, fans can dictate a room’s overall feel and style. With a fashionable fan, a décor feels stylish, elevated, and complete.

Styles of Fans

  • Modern Fans: Influenced by the latest designs, modern ceiling fans offer sleek, stylish, and even eye-catching looks, while still keeping the air moving throughout a room.
  • Industrial Fans: Generally unconcerned with aesthetics, industrial fans are rugged and powerful. These loud, high-velocity fans are incorporated to cool off barns, warehouses, manufacturing facilities, and other industrial settings.
  • Traditional Fans: Familiar and fashionable, traditional fans pay homage to vintage styling while offering nods to modern conveniences like remote controls, wall-mounted speed controls, and energy-saving features.

Types of ceiling fans

  • Belt driven ceiling fans: A unique design that incorporates a pulley-like belt that rotates the fan’s blades. This contributes a hint of functionality into a room, and complements traditionally-styled venues and industrial-inspired décors.
  • Farmhouse ceiling fans: With familiar aesthetics influenced by country homes, farmhouse fans imbue classic character into a home or business, equally suiting traditional settings and the trendy modern farmhouse look.
  • Vintage ceiling fans: To meet the parameters of historic homes and traditional designs, vintage ceiling fans embody old-world styles and designs.
  • Oscillating and Directional ceiling fans: These fans can be mounted to walls or ceilings and direct air onto specific locations. They sometimes oscillate to evenly distribute air throughout a room.

Room Usage

Fans can be utilized in almost any space to move air and keep cooling and heating costs in check:

  • Living Rooms
  • Bedrooms
  • Offices
  • Porches (with damp or wet-rated options)
  • Restaurants, pubs, and retail settings
  • Basements

Accessories for fans

Wall mounted and remote control speed controls let you easily adjust the fan’s speed. Replacement blades keep the fan functional even after years of service, and light kits help brighten a space.