Create a Warm and Inviting Space with Mission Ceiling Fans
The Mission ceiling fan designs make an attempt to capture the American Arts and Crafts movement’s original inspiration. Besides geometric design, these fans reveal elements like natural finishes and genuine art glass. Like Mission style furniture, Mission ceiling fans incorporates simplicity in both its materials and design and upholds the craftsmanship quality in a fascinating manner. The pieces are designed in a functional manner and involve the use of only organic materials. Wood colors and dark bronze are the popular tones in which the elegant ceiling fans are available.
Usually, a Mission ceiling fan comprises of four or five cherry or beech wood finish blades, a 12 degree blade pitch and a 153x18 size motor, dual mounting hanging system and 3 down-rods. On the highest speed setting, a mission ceiling fan generally uses 100 watts or less than that. These arts and crafts fans ensure maximum air flow when it is installed 10 to 12 inches under the ceiling and 7 to 9 feet above the floor.
Lights on Mission ceiling fans
Mission ceiling fans are available with or without light attachments. Some companies provide the option to customize the look by opting for light fittings the elegant ceiling fans. The light fittings are available in sets of four and in various designs, from patterned, clear, frosted glass lampshades to hand-cut lead crystal. Conventional pull-chain controls are also available with some Mission Casablanca ceiling fans with lights.
The gleaming art glass light source and furniture grade veneer blades of this graceful Arts and Crafts style ceiling fan adds beauty and elegance to the décor of your room.