Top Five: Designer Ceiling Fans 2018

Beautiful and efficient… five designer fans which would glam up your ceiling spaces.

Anchored by: Rashmi Karanjekar
Photographs: Courtesy, the brands

Luxaire
This made in Italy Blow Fan is an original patented design from Ferdi Giardini. The light-in-weight designer fan can be controlled via a remote, offers three speed options with a reduced noise control and light display which is CFL/LED compatible. The methacrylate blades are available in colour options of green, orange, multicolour and transparent. Photo engraved sceenprinted blades are also on offer.
Price on request

Windmill
Mimicing an aeroplane propeller, Antonov fan’s motor is designed to look like an aeroplane engine replete with an inner black core and stainless steel Allen bolts to give it an authentic look. Further, the electricals and wiring are routed through a black PVC pipe to add to the industrial look. Available in innumerable colour and finishes with a six speed remote control.
Rs 46,000 onward

Anemos
A classic combination of traditional and contemporary design, the Chandel fan combines the design elements of a chandelier with beautiful lamps on the circular circumference and an ionizing fan that effectively reduces irritating particles in the air. Available in polished nickel and rubbed bronze finishes with blade crafted in metal.
Price on request

 

Fanzart
The Maple designer fan comes with five specially handcrafted wooden blades that can be customized ie polished to suit any decor. These IP certified 60 inch blades cover a large area and also provide three times more air than a conventional fan, whilst consuming only 36W of power. Equipped with a powerful DC motor, this piece of art comes with a remote control for ease of use.

The Fan Studio
The Shalimar hand-painted fan showcases miniature paintings inspired from the royal Mughal palaces. The fans are specially designed for palaces and heritage properties and are available in matte black and white, antique bronze and silver finishes. Customization in terms of paint work can be done easily. The blades used are actual wooden hand-polished ones with an option of natural teak, walnut and rosewood finishes to choose from.
Rs 40,000 onward