Turn of the Century Ceiling Fans
A New Take on the Past
Turn of the Century ceiling fans make up quite a popular ceiling fan series that primarily boasts of timeless heritage and the classic opulence of the turn of the century. The designer fans have quite a following and recently, manufacturer Vaxcel has come out with several new models to meet the changing tastes of the new generation.
These new designs, however, still retain the grandeur and old world charm of the original Turn of the Century fans to give tradition-lovers a fan they can take pride in. If you want a new ceiling fan that can match the transitional theme of your home, a Turn of the Century fan is exactly the product you’re looking for.
Not only will the fan serve the purpose of cooling your home, it will also serve as an identifying decorative fixture in your home. It’s sure to start conversations when you have guests around.
Top Features of the Brand
Affordability. Turn of the Century ceiling fans are known for being surprisingly affordable, despite their rather grand styles that belong to the Victorian era. ***a*** The elegant and intricately designed ceiling fans all come in affordable prices that range between $60 and $160, which means they’re really great bargains if you want to decorate your home in grand Victorian but don’t have the budget to invest in expensive antiques.
Variety. Turn of the Century fans also offer quite a collection for you to choose from. This way, you can choose the exact style that you want for your home. The fans come in various colors and finishes, with light bowls and shades, uplights and downlights, pull chains and remote controls. You can also avail of standard ceiling fans or flush mount/hugger style perfect for low-ceilinged rooms.
Style. Turn of the Century takes old world to new heights with its creative designs. Take, for example, the 52-inch Rialta ceiling fan with light kit, which plays along the line between old and new with its clean lines and curves and a dark oil burnished bronze finish and simple amber alabaster glass bowl.
The complete opposite of the Rialta’s clean lines are the intricate details of the Aire Fantasia model with its bright brass finish and frosted ribbed glass shades. If you prefer something that makes a louder style statement, check out the Yosemite model with its ornate lantern-style body, shaped walnut/old pine blades, and faux leather light shades.
And now, Turn of the Century has created more of its winning ceiling fans with the same collection of outstanding features. Here are some of the newest and most popular Turn of the Century ceiling fans today.
Novella Ceiling Fan – Polished Venetian
If you want a transitional style ceiling fan with the distinctive daintiness of the Victorian era but with a touch of contemporary to make it withstand the changing times, then you’ll love the combination of a glossy brushed nickel base finish, the wood blades, and the glass shades featured in the Novella.
The 52-inch Novella is part of the newest Turn of the Century collection. This dual-purpose ceiling fan features a light kit composed of four white Venetian Scavo glass shades. Aside from providing additional lighting, the glass shades also add extra intricacy to the ceiling fan to soften its brushed nickel finish. The light wood blades top the package, bridging the gap between modernity and antiquity.
Viente Ceiling Fan – Modern Convenience, Same Timeless Style
If you prefer a textured brass look, check out the Viente with its oil rubbed brass finish. This is also the ideal choice for consumers who want a transitional style but don’t want to sacrifice the convenience of the modern world, thanks to the Viente’s packaged remote control.
The Viente can cool your house during the summer and warm it during the winter. The forward speeds can be controlled with the remote control, but the reverse movement has to be adjusted manually.
Shelvyville Ceiling Fan – The Past, Larger than Life
These ornate turn of the century ceiling fans will look especially nice in large grand rooms such as dining halls or ballrooms. If you’re looking for a ceiling fan for large grand rooms, you do need to choose a larger model such as the Shelvyville, another one of the six new ceiling fans of the collection.
The Shelvyville is a large ceiling fan with long 60-inch blades designed to produce maximum air movement to cool even larger rooms. The powerful blades are matched with a powerful motor. On the outside, you’ll surely love its unique gilded espresso finish that beautifully complements the fan’s Amber French Scavo light bowl. The single light bowl can produce an ambient effect in any room.
Choosing Your Turn of the Century Ceiling Fan
The ceiling fans from Turn of the Century come in various blade colors and finishes. Each fan features an attractive combination that’ll look great in any turn of the century themed room. You can choose from wood-themed blades, in light and dark, for that genuine old-world look or appeal to the daintier side of the Victorian era with shades of white and pink.
Available finishes include bright brass, antique brass, Aztec bronze, weathered patina, oil burnished bronze, oil rubbed bronze, royal bronze, aged bronze, espresso bronze, aged walnut, brushed nickel, satin nickel, and classic white. Feel free to coose from the beautiful ceiling fans from Turn of the Century.