Bruce GrafContemporary Home Gym, Dallas

Home gym built in unused attic space. Difficult to see the flat screen TV on the far right wall facing the equipment.

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homesweethome005 wrote:Oct 8, 2012
  • cskimball
    Love the look of these fans but can't imagine they blow much air compared to other types. How do they feel?
  • PRO
    Graf Developments
    The pitch of the blades pushes the air further out than you would think, so they work well. Although one of the double-headed, oscillating fans would work better, in my opinion.
Sonja McKinney wrote:May 26, 2013
  • Brandi Marino
    I just realized you're in DALLAS. I have seen your stuff on here before (love it) and never realized you're in the DFW. I wish I would've know that, we just finished a build out for our 4th fitness studio here. :(
  • PRO
    Graf Developments
    Thanks Brandi, keep me in mind for future projects, both at home and work. I love working with creative people! Also, let me know if you venture elsewhere. I just wrapped up a large remodel project in Austin.
    By the way, that was just a very good grade of glue-down commercial carpet, ready to take the pounding!
Paula wrote:Oct 1, 2012
  • PRO
    Graf Developments
    Well, this is not my house and I haven't tried, but based on my experiments at home with my 8' ceiling, I would say it is highly unlikely under a 9' ceiling.
  • cskimball
    The door is a standard 80" high door and the ceiling itself is another 32" above the top of the door. So this is approximately 112" total height for the ceiling or just over 9-feet. I would put the height of these ceiling fans (looking at the down rods) at about 8-feet high.
Studio 74 Interiors wrote:Jun 3, 2012
  • jacksojr
    Did you ever come close to this color?
  • PRO
    Studio 74 Interiors
    No, the client decided on a blue instead but Thank you!
munga wrote:May 27, 2012
  • PRO
    Graf Developments
    Munga, did you get this answer?
  • Jamie B
    Thanks for the link-I love those ceiling fans fro a gym!
leroysgarage wrote:Jul 21, 2012
  • PRO
    Graf Developments
    Sorry, I don't remember the brand. It was just a low-pile indoor/outdoor, glue-down carpet.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

vanessa_brunner
Vanessa Brunner added this to Readers' Choice: The 10 Most Popular Home Gyms of 2012Jan 9, 2013

8. Attic workout space in Texas. Gyms often take up residence in basements, but this small home gym shows that they can find room in attics, too. Houzz users especially loved the ceiling fans, which can really make a difference in a stuffy attic space.

shawngauthier
Shawn Gauthier added this to 9 Tips to Turn Your Basement Into a Gym PowerhouseAug 23, 2012

3. Be aware of air circulation. It’s no secret — gyms are sweaty places. Consider installing overhead fans to keep the air moving properly.

becky
Becky Harris added this to Are Ceiling Fans the Kiss of Death for Design?Jul 8, 2012

If you have an aversion to the usual fan-blade shape, consider the sleek industrial look provided by caged ceiling fans.

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