It's not hard to guess why. Go to your local big box store, or shop around online, and you'll soon learn a hard truth: most ceiling fans are ugly. Just because a part of your home serves a practical function doesn't mean it has to be an eyesore.
When we set about designing ceiling fan collections, we looked to the best designs of the past—and the most exciting possibilities of the future—to bring you beautiful objects for your home.
Our first foray into fans, we dug into the past, basing the Heron family on a line G.E. ceiling fans in production from the 1910s to the 1930s. It handsome cast iron housing quiets the sound of the motor, and aged bronze or polished nickel accents tie the design into your space. Fumed Oak or Maple blades complete the look.
The Peregrine is an original Rejuvenation design, and includes a DC motor that uses 70% less energy than the conventional alternative. With a 60" sweep, Brushed Nickel and Aged Brass finishes, and an optional LED light kit, it gives a clean, masculine feel to your space.
For a more industrial look, we have the Falcon. With an Oil-rubbed Bronze or Galvanized body, and its propeller-inspired blades—as well as flush mount and LED options—it's a great solution for a small space.
Our most recent addition, the Raven, has a substantial 72" sweep, integrated LED lighting, and is controllable via Bluetooth.