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Modern Ceiling Fan Stirs Up Warm Lowcountry Breezes

There’s no place quite like the South Carolina Lowcountry, so named because most of the region is at or below sea level. Located along the South Carolina coast and including the sea islands, the Lowcountry is world famous for its historic cities and natural beauty. Charleston, Beaufort, Hilton Head, Seabrook Island and other communities all attract millions of visitors each year. And while the beautiful beaches and intracoastal waterways are stunning, the summer season is often scorching and still. What better way to put a cool spin on the summer than with a modern ceiling fan like this one!


This lovely home, located on Spring Island, features a screened-in lanai, a necessity in the south so you can still enjoy the water view but keep the mosquitos and other biting bugs at bay. This ceiling fan is much like our Flute Ceiling Fan, part of our collection of Modern Ceiling Fans.

flute_ceiling_fan_modern-300x228.jpgThe Flute Ceiling Fan takes its cues from centuries-old Roman influences with its column inspired design. With its sleek look and ribbed housing, this fan makes a stylish statement even as it stirs the Lowcountry air. This fan can be customized in a variety of ways to complement your own space. Choose a textured nickel or gloss white finish and downrods ranging from 4″ to 72″ long. The fan blades, either 42″ or 52″ across, come in white, nickel, or maple finish. The light kit is an option so you can choose to have your fan perform double duty or just keep it simple. And since you just sat down with that tall glass of sweet tea, don’t forget to add a control option. Choose from a fan only control, a fan and light control, a handheld remote (we like this one!), or a wall/remote combo. All give you the flexibility to choose fan speed and light functions. Aaahhh, now if we could only get a refill on that sweet tea!

Top photo courtesy of Spring Island Realty

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