Small Space? Casablanca Wailea Ceiling Fans | Up To 33% Off Retail

The Casablanca Wailea Collection is UL-rated for damp locations and is perfectly suited for small spaces in your home. Casablanca Wailea ceiling fans have a 31.25 inch blade span that makes them ideal for ventilating laundry rooms, walk-in closets, and kitchens as well as covered outdoor spaces. Wailea ceiling fans feature a traditional style like the Savoy House fan Pine Harbor and are available in a range of classic finishes to complement your home’s palette.

Humidity-Free Rooms with Casablanca Wailea

Many homeowners agree that air quality and comfort are just one of the many benefits of installing a ceiling fan in a bedroom, living room or patio, but what about smaller rooms or spaces like walk-in closets or laundry rooms? Sufficient closet or storage space is often cited as an important factor in purchasing a new home, yet these areas often suffer from poor air circulation in many homes.


Casablanca Wailea ceiling fans are designed for damp or humid outdoor spaces like covered porches; however, they are also ideal for circulating air in small spaces like kitchens, pantries, and bathrooms due to their compact blade design. These small fans efficiently circulate air in bathrooms, walk-in closets, and laundry rooms to reduce the amount of indoor humidity that can lead to the formation of mold, which has been shown to be harmful to individuals with respiratory problems. In addition, these fans help keep pantry items dry and dissipate unwanted smells in the kitchen. Casablanca Wailea fans are an effective choice for a home's smallest living areas. See Del Mar Fans & Lighting's article and video on how to install a Casablanca Wailea ceiling fan.

Casablanca Wailea ceiling fans not only bring comfort to the smallest spaces, they also provide impeccable style and functional accessories. Inspired by Casablanca Fan Co's popular Capistrano and Lanai fans, Wailea fans characterize a traditional style with a range of classic finishes that easily blend into a home’s existing décor. A reverse switch near the motor housing allows homeowners to reverse the direction of the ceiling fan blades during the winter months (blades should rotate in a clockwise direction) and redistribute warm air back to the ground where it is most needed. These fans offer additional options like lighting and remote control at reasonable prices.