Ceiling fan manufacturers show a range of styles at the Dallas Market
April 14, 2009 - 12:00pm
January Dallas Market’s ceiling fan intros embrace the past, present and future with distinctive details that stand the test of time.
|Textured amber glass, rich blade treatments and fancy flourishes are firmly rooted in yesteryear.|
|Vienne from Emerson.|
|Taj Mahal from Concord Fans.|
|Albany from Monte Carlo.|
|Lanterna from Ellington.|
|Simple, yet sophisticated, lines and classic finishes lend a sense of balance and perennial appeal.|
|Keswick from Kichler Lighting.|
|Star from Mica Lamp Co.|
|Double Bowl from Volume Lighting.|
|Smythe Craftsman Chandel-Air from Meyda Lighting.|
|Metallic hardware, smooth surfaces and sleek silhouettes trumpet the 21st Century.|
|Modena II from Casablanca Fan Co.|
|Norway from Hunter Fan Co.|
|Contempo City from Minka Lighting.|
|Cumulos from Fanimation.|
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