Ceiling fans used to be a forgotten lighting option, with their popularity peaking between the eighties and nineties. But it isn’t until recently that they have emerged with vengeance and have become increasingly popular due to the creation of modern and contemporary styles. They have been kept out of the vocabulary of many interior designers for years because of their dated look and feel and their ability to make a stylish room look old and drab, yet they have improved their status and are now included in some gorgeous minimalistic interior décors.
This category is all about the humble ceiling fan, which aims at showing you how much further they have come in terms of design and functionality. You can purchase the usual styles that have a pulley system to control speed and effectiveness of the airflow, but can now purchase styles that are remote controlled to allow for ease of use. As well as this you now have a large selection of blade styles, widths and weights in order to suit your own individual needs which makes the ceiling fan a superior choice for anyone who loves a cold breeze!Read more
Long gone are the old dull ceiling fans and large boxy air conditioning units, as the modern styles that are available for the ceiling fan push them far beyond these old alternatives. One of the first modern ceiling fan designs was created by Ron Rezek who is the director and founder of the Modern Ceiling Fan Company. He wanted to take the traditional fan and bring it into the 21st century by utilising modern materials such as stainless steel, chrome and powder coated aluminium, and use contemporary and simplistic shapes to create a stylish alternative to the traditional fan.
Ceiling fans work well in a variety of different rooms and environments and look great in simplistic, industrial and contemporary interiors. If you have a modern home with industrial overtones, raw concrete and stainless steel, a large aluminium fan would look fantastic in this space and complete the rugged factory look that lots of industrial interiors have. Minimalistic homes could also make use of a ceiling fan as their simple construction can add a different layer to the overall style. If you have a minimalistic interior, why not install a simple white powder coated aluminium ceiling fan, with an additional light fitting to give the room a simple glow.
There are some great ceiling fan examples throughout this category that can ignite your creativity and fuel your imagination. Have a look at the images and use them to make a moodboard along with some other images from our website. If there is something you like, why not share it to your Facebook or Twitter profile, so you can find the things you love easier and faster! Also, keep a look out for updates, as we regularly add new items and products into our main sections and categories.