Ceiling Fan. Wednesday , December 13th , 2017 - 07:33:22 AM
Don't get me wrong – attics can be useful and practical storage spaces. They can also be dead space, though, where nothing ever goes in and nothing ever comes out. For the latter, vaulted ceilings capitalize on this otherwise wasted space and make it much more beautiful for the residents. That's an incredible bonus.
This ceiling fan called Artemis is designed by George Kovacs and its manufacturer is now Minka Aire. The fan is made of three blades that look almost like those from a boat or at least that's what I thought of when I saw them. The support of the fan is made of brushed nickel and the blades are made of downrod, being available in many colours. You can purchase it now for $529.95 from Ylighting.
On days that are cold (or hot, in summertime), the larger spaces created by vaulted ceilings require more energy to heat (or cool down). This decrease in energy efficiency can be considered a waste and unnecessarily expensive, because no one really “uses” that extra air up there.
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