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Verve Ceiling Fan by Craftmade Fans

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 27, 2012 01:02 AM
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by B2 Modern last modified Jan 26, 2012

Add a little pizzazz to your modern decor with the sleek and modern Verve Ceiling Fan by Craftmade Fans. With its long and ovular shape and flat blades this contemporary style ceiling fan stands out because it doesn’t look like any other modern fan design out there.  In a time where I am starting to >>




 

 

Add a little pizzazz to your modern decor with the sleek and modern Verve Ceiling Fan by Craftmade Fans. With its long and ovular shape and flat blades this contemporary style ceiling fan stands out because it doesn’t look like any other modern fan design out there.  In a time where I am starting to get annoyed with how frustratingly similar many modern fans look to one another, the Verve Ceiling Fan is a refreshingly different breath of fresh air.

Simply designed and streamlined, this true stainless steel fan looks fantastic flushmounted to the ceiling but it looks great ball mounted with a downrod as well if you have a high or angled ceiling. Both mounting systems are included in each package but I must say that I prefer it mounted flush to the ceiling because it looks like one solid unit. It has a 6″ downrod included but with its tall, narrow 7.5″ motor diameter works well in a small space with tall ceilings like a foyer or stairwell.

Not that you can notice it while the fan is running but the blades have a very nice shape that flairs out slightly towards the ends. The flat bamboo blades come in a choice of the walnut finish blades shown above or in a natural bamboo finish which is lighter in color. It has an integrated mini can light on the with a dimmable halogen bulb that can put out a little light or a lot, depending on your need.

Overall, this is a well-built and solidly constructed fan that is extremely steady, stable and quiet when it runs. Craftmade Fans tend to be overbuilt so they last and the Verve Ceiling Fan is no different. The 42″ blades move a lot of air and there are 6 variable speeds to choose from so you can have anything from a gentle breeze to a stiff wind if you would like. It is still pretty energy efficient though with a 2nd generation motor that is much more energy efficient than in the past.

I hate buying a fan and then having to buy the wall unit separately, not to mention if you want a remote control. Each package includes both a DC remote and wall control so there is no added expenses. The modern streamlined Verve Ceiling Fan is pretty reasonably priced at $304.20 and is in stock at Zap Lighting and ready to ship in just a few days so if you are looking for a contemporary ceiling fan that doesn’t look just like all the rest, this might be a good choice.


 

 

 
 
 

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