Fantasia Ceiling Fans

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Not Just Brass & Rattan – Ceiling Fans for today and tomorrow

We’ve been selling ceiling fans for a long time now and at Fantasia we really enjoy looking at the new technology coming through and seeing how we can implement it in our latest ceiling fan designs.

However, whenever we talk to potential customers who are in the early stages of considering a ceiling fan they have a very different view.

They always consider the typical ceiling fan to be a rickety old thing that keeps you awake at night. Possibly something like the one below.

Old Ceiling Fan

Well we’re here to change peoples’ minds, to tell them that a Ceiling Fan doesn’t have to be Polished Brass and Rattan (although it can be if you want!), that is doesn’t have to rattle ‘n’ roll, that it shouldn’t sound like a hamster in a rusty wheel.

It’s a slow process but hopefully some of our designs will help convince people.

Take the ceiling Fan below for example. It’s a fairly basic Fantasia Ceiling Fan in terms of operation but it’s whisper quiet and powerful too. Best of all It’s Matt Black and really stealthy (made the last bit up, the stealthy bit not the Matt Black bit. It is Matt Black)

Fantasia Mayfair MB Combi

Matt Black is the new Black

Of course if you want to take it up a level then how about the Viper Plus now available in Pewter (Mirror Black). It’s fully remote controlled including remote reverse, is one of the biggest air movers we make and it looks the business. A whole world away from Polished Brass and Rattan.

Viper plus pewter light on

Viper Plus – Don’t make it angry, you wouldn’t like it when it’s angry.

 

So hopefully this will convince any undecideds out there that Ceiling Fans can find a home in very modern houses as well as being extremely useful and efficient.

And if it hasn’t, or if you happen to like Polished Brass and Rattan, then may we present our version below:

Mayfair Combi PB dark oak Florence A

Mayfair Polished Brass Combi

Ok, so there’s no rattan in that picture but if you flip the blades over you will find some. Promise.

Thanks for reading

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