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Studio One Architecture, Inc.
Ceiling Fan with Optional Light by Minka Aire Fans
Do you know the manufacturer/model of the ceiling fan?
This is a Minka Aire Magellan. This fan also comes with a tea stain lantern light. The image is showing the fan with the option cap for non light use. This is a 60" WET outdoor ceiling fan and the blades are plastic for easy cleaning
It is the Minka Magellan. However, be careful about the application. What I was not aware of was that this particular fan blade is best for rooms with 4 walls as the air flow is designed to spread out and come down the walls instead of just blowing directly downwards. Not
ceiling fan for air flow in high heat season,would need roof to protect from wet and weather
Bellini Custom Cabinetry Ltd.
Love the brick chimney effect and extractor fan housing, shelves to side
Beautiful space...sans all the gear
stone cooktop fan
Grinnell Place Lofts
Modern Fan Company | Avalon F6077 Ceiling
Who manufacturers the fan in the bedroom?
Modern Fan Nimbus is similar: http://modernfan.com/nimbus.html :) Rhoda
ceiling fan...fan location...Ceiling fan
Hill Section Home
Any info on ceiling fan appreciated.
the fan is the "small kiwi" made in my studio at Woolen Mill Fan Company, www.architecturalfans.com Jay
I want a better ceiling fan, maybe something like this?
Windows, french doors, ceiling, ceiling fan
Ceiling Fan...Tiny baby fan??...Ceiling fn wood fan...ceiling fan
home a complete custom design or is it based off of a design previously used by the contractors? Luke | http://www.harrisonloghomes.com/ourloghomes.html
ski-in, ski-out entrance is on the main floor.Ski season just ended this month after a fresh April snowfall, so it's time for the family to switch gears and plan for summer Montana fun.
Ryan Group Architects
Ceiling Fan with Light by Minka Aire Fans
What do you like about this photo? Fan and fireplace
nice wood and cool ceiling fan
ceiling fan...Ceiling an fan...Fan, love.
Mahoney Architects & Interiors
Wine Country Living
air. The fans do not impact smoke at all. They are wonderful in the summer comfort.
Beautiful area but you're likely going to need an outdoor rated hood. It is possible that the cross winds will take it all away but with the grill tucked in like that, I'm worried. The ceiling fans will actually
actually hurt you, turn them off if you have any breeze at all. Ceiling fans create a circular air flow and do a great job of holding the smoke in the same area so it will just get thicker over time. In your application, for several reasons I would bite the bullet and install an outdoor rated BBQ hood with
Here is a link to a very similar outdoor ceiling fan. http://www.fantasticfans.com/ff87917.htm