If all art was as relaxing as the Fanimation Marea 42 in. Indoor Ceiling Fan, Michelangelo's David would help us get hard-to-reach items off of high shelves. Today, only one piece of contemporary design is going to upgrade the visual style of your home and create a cool breeze at the same time. A single-piece, amber-frosted blade will churn the air while it rotates around the slim metal base that's finished in a choice of colors. This fan includes a wall control as well a remote control, allowing you to easily change between the three available speeds of the 110-volt motor. The wide sweep of the 42-inch blade makes it ideal for bedrooms and sunrooms.
27 years ago, in a Pasadena garage, Tom Frampton pursued a desire to create innovative, high-quality ceiling fans by producing his very first design, the Punkah. Before long, the market began to take notice of Tom's designs, and Fanimation was born. Today, Fanimation offers its products in over 1,500 retail stores and 33 countries. Fanimation's unique designs have been used in magazines such as Vanity Fair and Modernism, as well as gracing both the large and small screens on HGTV and Extreme Makeover Home Edition, and the film "I, Robot."