The fully adjustable dual motor heads on the Duplo-Dinamico rotational ceiling fan (from Mathews Fan Company) create 180-degree arcs of air movement. Available in several different metal finishes, the design suits any ceiling height and holds special appeal for anyone who favors the industrial chic look.
The Lapa fan evokes early 20th-century Europe; its stylistic elements are drawn from influences as diverse as French Art Nouveau and the Bauhaus movement of Germany. Melding form and function, this ceiling-hugger boasts a rich mix of materials—a rubbed bronze housing as well as mahogany blades.
Back in Time
While providing all of the functionality you'd expect, the Esquire rotational-head ceiling fan's traditional elegance harkens back to yesteryear. Outfitted with an antique bronze finish that is embellished in gold, the fan can be aimed in any direction and is controllable via handheld remote.
The crisp brushed-steel Spyder ceiling fan catches the eye with its five angled light fixtures and 60-inch blade span.
Classic and Versatile
The practical, low-projection Concept II is able to be configured with or without a fan light, while the handheld remote enables homeowners to control the unit's variable speeds.
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