When looking to buy an energy saving fan, you may be wondering where to start in terms of style. Admittedly, there are a lot of different colors, finishes, styles, and designs to choose from, and you want your new energy saving fan to match your existing decor.
Dulles Electric Supply is a local lighting store located in Sterling, Virginia, and serving all of the greater Washington D.C. area. Below, we'll offer four style features to consider when shopping for an energy saving fan. Stop by our lighting showroom to speak to a lighting designer today!
Craftsmanship and Design
An energy saving fan should definitely do its job of helping to cool and/or warm your space while using less energy than other types of fans. That being said, you want a fan that is made with care and an eye for design so that it looks great in your space and even makes it pop. Here at our local lighting store in Sterling, our lighting designers have years of experience in helping our residential and commercial customers have the best possible lighting for their space. Let us know how we can help!
The Style of Lighting
Many people love the fact that an energy saving ceiling fan also doubles as great lighting for their space, too. The style of lighting is very important, as it may be noticed more than the ceiling fan itself. When shopping for energy saving fans, consider how many lighting fixtures are on the fan light, the material of the fan light, and the presentation. This will be an important factor in the overall design of your room, so you want to choose wisely.
The Finish Of The Energy Saving Fan
The finish is often the predominant factor that determines how well the lighting does mesh with your space. Luckily, energy saving ceiling fans come in every finish for most styles, so you can choose the perfect look. From aluminum and antique brass to copper, chrome, brown, bronze, and so many more, you can have the perfect color and aesthetics you hope for. Let our lighting designers know how they can help today.
The Blade Pitch and Design
Oftentimes, it's the curve and design of the energy saving fan that set the tone for the fixture. Many modern fans have curved and rounded blades, while traditional fans have long, rectangular blades. The blade pitch is important because this is what determines the amount of air that your energy saving ceiling fan will move. Of course, you'll want to consider your room size, too, especially when considering the design of the blades.
SHOP AT DULLES ELECTRIC SUPPLY TODAY
Dulles Electric Supply has been an industry-leading lighting store since 1985, serving residential, commercial and industrial customers in Sterling and Washington, D.C. Our family-owned lighting store is proud to have lighting designers on staff who boast an average of 15 years of experience that they can share with our customers. This knowledge is invaluable when it comes to design choices, such as which design of energy saving fan to choose. Our team is dedicated to ensuring you have the perfect lighting feature and home decor items for your space.
We have five lighting built-out galleries, which include Fine Art Lamps, Schonbek (the nation's largest Schonbek crystal gallery), Swarovski, Visual Comfort & Co, and Hubbardton Forge. There is so much to see here that we encourage you to stop by in order to see the possibilities for your space. From indoor and outdoor lighting to energy saving fans and LED light bulbs, we've got your needs covered. Shop today!