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Modern/Industrial Ceiling Fans- Pics anyone?

Posted by thereddogruby (My Page) on
Fri, May 1, 09 at 16:07

Hello there-
I know there are plenty of pictures online, but you always get a much better feel for the way things look when you see them placed in someone's home. Anyone out there like to share a pic of their modern/industrial ceiling fans? Looking to get one for my kitchen/dining area. We are leaving a chimney exposed so I think something industrial will give it a more modern edge. Also, suggestions on good places to buy them would be helpful. Thanks!


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RE: Modern/Industrial Ceiling Fans- Pics anyone?

Try http://www.modernfan.com/products.html
I have the altus in my porch and it's really good quality and looks good too.


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RE: Modern/Industrial Ceiling Fans- Pics anyone?

I've checked out their site and love what they have to offer. I'm looking into the Lapa from Modern. I wish I could find a place so I could see them on display. If I am putting fans in both bedrooms and one in the dining area, do they all have to be the same? I would guess not, correct? So you are happy with the quality of the fan then?


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RE: Modern/Industrial Ceiling Fans- Pics anyone?

Minka-Aire "Gyro" in chrome/stainless in my 1900-era kitchen.
Temp Backsplash (paint)
It' a very good fan. I think it's well-suited to a kitchen with a gas range because its rotation can be on/off, leaving the fan heads themselves on, so as not to blow on the burners.
It has a wall-mounted remote for the fan/rotation/light.
Casey


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RE: Modern/Industrial Ceiling Fans- Pics anyone?

You might check out Atlas Fans by Matthews. You can see pictures of applications at the Matthews Fans Web site.


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