Fan power—the difference is In the Details:
You asked and we listened! We are thrilled to introduce two new ceiling fans designed by Rejuvenation. Our handsome ceiling fan models are available with or without lighting, come in a range of finishes and can be easily customized to match any décor.
Need a more portable solution? Our smart desk and floor fans marry modern motor power with vintage flair. This welcome news comes not a moment too soon—the thermometer is threatening triple digits this week here in Portland. Check out a few of our favorite ways to stay cool (literally and figuratively speaking):
Ceiling: The Heron Schoolhouse Ceiling Fan is available in four body and blade finish combinations, and come with or without built-in lighting. This design is based on G.E. ceiling fans built between 1913-1925. It features a cast motor housing for stability and reduced sound, along with oak plywood fan blades pitched at 14 degrees to move air efficiently and effectively. Each model is painstakingly crafted with plenty of thoughtful details. For example, the Heron 4-Blade Ceiling Fans with Classic 10″ Opal Coffee Striped Shade fan includes a classic 10″ opal schoolhouse shade with coffee stripe and a pull-chain extender based on a 1912 design, that both prevents the shade from scratching and eliminates the bothersome noise of clattering chains.
The Peregrine Industrial Ceiling Fan an original Rejuvenation design, available in four body and blade finish combinations. Its ABS blades are pitched at 15 degrees and feature a 60″ sweep to move air efficiently and effectively.
Desktop: Our Vornado V-fan was a design originally released in 1945. Then and now, it challenges and elevates the notion of how a fan should look and function. Sturdy metal construction and the signature Vortex Action circulates air efficiently and effectively. This functionality couples with an iconic design (available in three finishes) to continue the Vornado legacy.
Fans of mid-century design will adore our oscillating Urban Jet Desktop Fan, a highly stylized retro-futuristic desktop design. This fan simultaneously blasts cool air and vintage vibes. This is a great way to liven up a room with a portable yet practical statement piece.
Floor/Pedestal: Fanimation’s Arden Pedestal Fan also does double duty by combining functionality with aesthetics. No boring black plastic here. A trio of walnut legs recall the clean, classic lines of an architect’s tripod, at home in traditional or contemporary surroundings. Finally, a fan that looks as refreshing as it feels.