Apr 30, 2012

Sustainable and Versatile - The Haiku Ceiling Fan

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I always enjoy viewing new decor elements that can be incorporated into a space, and I think the Haiku ceiling fan is a earthy and innovative fan that I would implement into my interior in a heart beat. Made out of bamboo and other materials, this balanced fan looks unique and extremely stylish with its design. Plus it's versatile and can go in many different interiors - think of how it would look in a bedroom, living room, restaurant, and more!

What makes this fan so cool?

There are several features that caught my attention:

  • Made with a sleek profile, this clever design has a cool-running motot that's integrated with an inverter drive. This inverter drive delivers an 80% improvement in energy efficiency!! Compared to conventional ceiling fans, I'd say this is amazing.
  • The Haiku fan was built from scratch and is very impressive with its minimalist beauty. I can just picture this fan in a minimalist room with a leather sofa and a single landscape painting. The entire interior design look would definitely come together and be stunning.
  • It's efficient and has excellent performance, which brings me back to its energy efficiency. Plus - I must reiterate that I love that it's made out of bamboo.

When BK and I have our own home I would love to place a ceiling fan like the Haiku fan in my interior. I think the design is extremely chic and very trendy. I can't say enough good things about it, but maybe that is just because I'm an interior design nut who loves checking out new design elements.

What do you think about the Haiku ceiling fan?

What space would you incorporate this fan into?

 

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2 comments :

  1. Haha, to be honest..if it performs the way it's supposed to, it's all good. :) It looks different but not bad, and on a very hot day I may not really care how it looks like. Haha!

    Energy efficient is always good though. :)

    xoxo

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  2. nice, love that room

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