Lighting Illusions Online Blog
Last week we looked at the continuing popularity of fans and their role in cooling, and indeed warming, our homes, including in conjunction with air conditioning. This time, we’ll examine fan controls, sizes, materials and blade numbers as well as where to put you fan.
The ceiling fan— a child of the Industrial Revolution—is still one of the most sensible solutions to home comfort despite a virtual revolution in the world of home appliances.
Proper lighting is essential for any home. Without it, there would be no colour and when there isn’t enough, it dampens the energy of a room and can literally bring you down.
Ceiling fans have not, in the main, been a source of aesthetic pleasure in homes or business premises in the past. But an Australia-based team of Swiss-German engineers has turned that thinking on its head with Aeratron’s AE series.
Do you use your ceiling fans alone until it gets too hot and then turn on your air conditioner and turn the fans off? That's a big mistake. Here's why.
Ceiling fans are a great addition to any home here in sunny Queensland so here’s 7 things you need to know when it comes to fans in your spaces.
When you think about lighting to enhance your home you probably think of the interior only. But that can be just half the story – if first impressions count then exterior lighting can give your home the wow factor by the bucket load.