Ever since its inception, the ceiling fan has undergone numerous transformations. With the advancement of technology, today, ceiling fans have become diverse, and their functioning is not just limited to cooling a room. Ceiling fans with lights perform two functions in one – cooling as well as lighting a room.
This two-fold concept of the ceiling fan was the brainchild of none other than the inventor of the electric ceiling fan, Philip Diehl. As he continued to improve his invention, Diehl included a light unit in the ceiling fan and gradually, the idea caught on.
Ceiling fans with lights are crafted with elegant and classy blade designs, blade brackets, and of course, beautiful and shimmery lights. They are undoubtedly the most stylish of all ceiling fans and incorporating a ceiling fan with light is bound to increase the aesthetic appeal of your room decor.
Ceiling fans with lights come in a variety of designs, colors, and styles. The number of blades ranges anywhere from three to six. Since these fans are very fancy, the blades are also made of wood, brass, metal, etc. There are three prominent styles of ceiling fans with lights.
Under this category, the ceiling fans are designed to have a classy and elegant look. The colors also have a classy tone, such as earth brown and pearly white.
As the name goes, vintage fans take inspiration from vintage and antique designs. They add a nostalgic feel to your room.
Taking on a modern approach, these fans are designed with a more futuristic look and appeal. They have minimalist designs and come with a neat finish.
Ceiling fans with lights have a similar functioning to regular ceiling fans. They circulate air in the room while performing an additional function of light distribution. The fan and the light can be operated by one single switch or two individual switches. You can also customize these fans by adding fancy and ornamental pull chains to operate the lights.
- These fans have high-performance motors to function well and complement their looks.
- Most contemporary models come with smart remote with features such as Timer, Sleep, and Boost mode.
- Compared to regular ceiling fans, these ceiling fans have higher maintenance costs as they are on the fancier side. Also, since they come with light kits, one needs to be careful with the installation.
- Most fans come with a warranty time ranging from three to five years, depending on the manufacturer.