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Are you looking for ways to combine the different plays of illumination in your home for visually pleasing displays? Ceiling fans with uplight enable you to create a welcoming mood in your space with little more than a soft glow that reflects off the ceiling. You control whether the lighting adds to the ambience or becomes task lighting. Besides that, uplight ceiling fans offer all the amenities you expect from these appliances. Examples include remote controls, pull chain functionality, and wall access.

Combine Light Kits with Cooling Like a Pro

For the homeowner who is ready to step up the interior decorating game, ceiling fans with uplight and downlight are the right choices. These appliances create ambience, provide task lighting, and support any other light fixtures that you currently have in the space. A ceiling fan with indirect lighting could be the best option for a bedroom or bathroom. Larger rooms with multiple fans also benefit from this setup. Of course, you can always add ceiling fans with uplighting to other fans that do not have this feature.

Did you know that practical functionality is the best way to operate these devices? Ceiling fans with uplight and remote let you control the illumination and cooling functions separately but quickly. They make it a snap to change from task to ambient lighting from anywhere in the room. On the other hand, ceiling fans with light on top and wall control typically let you choose both functions with the same switch.