Pub Style Ceiling FansTuesday 25th March 2014 10:37am
Every pub needs a little or a lot of draught, whether by tap, open door or fan. Sometimes the air just needs to move.
Let’s get acquainted with five traditional expressions of tavern style. Dark wood and brass abound to either balance, accent or highlight a traditional pub look. These beauties not only fit into a classic space, they enhance it too. Whether you own a bar or you just want to capture the look of one, consider these pub-style ceiling fans.
May I introduce the Hunter Maribel 52-inch Indoor and Outdoor Ceiling Fan?
To achieve a contemporary pub look, try including Maribel in your décor. Maribel is available in a new bronze finish with dark walnut blades. She has a subtle look that doesn’t call attention to itself. Her quiet motor will work to ensure the comfort of your friends, family or patrons. Maribel is equally comfortable at the bar or out on the terrace.
Meet another member of the Hunter family, Salinas 52-inch in dark walnut.
A sophisticated member of the staff, Salinas offers an evolved art nouveau look while still blending with the bar. The new bronze finish mixed with dark walnut is a treat for the eyes and ears. The unobtrusive motor operates at three speeds and could be hung low for optimal rotation. Salinas would look great in a bar with high ceilings.
Say hello to the Martec Primo 48-inch Ceiling Fan.
A little something different, this wonder would be a great addition in a small, modern bar. It features a remote control, brushed nickel finish and a reversible motor for seasonal changes. This Martec also features a light to help patrons know when it’s closing time. Easy to install and best used indoors, this is a must-have for people who want modern and metallic rather than dark and old-fashioned.
Moving outdoors, try Hunter Outdoor Elements II.
This 54-inch fan will be a gem in any outdoor seating area. The everglade fan blades in dark amber palm leaf or dark antique wicker will add an element of charm to any bar terrace or pool cabana. A bronze finish continues to be a winner with any pub-style look. Alternative lighting such as candles or wall sconces will stand out while the organic curves of this fan soften the hard lines of railings or outdoor walls. Try this Hunter model with a view of water or nature. It’s also compatible with the Hunter wall control.
Finally, capping things off is the Madagascar Outdoor Ceiling Fan.
Here’s something different from what I’ve listed above; this Madagascar wants you to take notice. The burnt copper finish harkens to the old world, but it would fit in with any timeless sports theme. These three speed fans can be mounted on a flat or pitched ceiling. The summer and winter switch option will help keep the temperature on a tavern terrace comfortable all year. All reviews point to excellence when it comes to the Madagascar. Try pairing the Madagascar with a city view.
A fan is a great way to stay cool at your pub or your home. Whatever the theme or location of your establishment, make it unique and functional with a fan or five.