Ceiling Fan. Wednesday , December 13th , 2017 - 07:16:37 AM
This is not just a ceiling fan; it is also combined with an interior light bulb that casts light and makes the outer glass balloon fill with light and then spread the beautiful colours on the walls. There is one lower glass diffuser and one upper glass diffuser for a more spectacular visual effect. The four blades of the fan are coloured in red, yellow, blue and orange and when they rotate you can almost see the rainbow up there. The reversible motor can be adjusted to rotate the blades at three different speeds and also rotate both ways. The fan works with three 40 Watt 120 Volt candelabra base incandescent lamps and can be purchased for $175.10 from Lumens.
Vaulted ceilings began as an architectural choice only in cathedrals or basilicas centuries ago. Because of the vaulted ceiling's capacity to visually and intangibly make a space bigger. They could be considered an optical illusion, of sorts…but one with profound effect throughout architectural history (architectural development and considerations of the vaulted ceiling located at Columbia University).
Vaulted ceilings (also known as cathedral ceilings) are beneficial in their ability to create an airy feel in the space and make it actually look and feel bigger than it physically is.
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