Living Room Ceiling Fans:  Size

Generally speaking, majority of people tend to choose larger size ceiling fans for their living room as compared to fans for their bedroom. However the right size for you depends on the size of the space and also the area you wish to cover. Start by observing fans between 54 inches and 60 inches – these are larger than standard size. But there are even bigger fans on the market which might add a true “wow factor” to your living room.

Living Room Ceiling Fans: Airflow

Living rooms usually require ceiling fans that have a higher airflow, because this is area where the entire family will often gather with guests. It’s also a space where you’re less likely to notice a bit extra noise from air movement, it’s unlikely that you just would hear a fan over the sound of a television for instance. Usually a fan is considered to have a high airflow if it generates an airflow of over 10,000 m3/hr.

Living Room Ceiling Fans: Style and Colour

There’s no reason you can’t have some fun when you make a choice for a ceiling fan for your living room. This is a section of the house where you’ll be able to freely style to suit your personality. Ceiling fans come in an entire range of shapes, sizes as well as styles. Therefore, whether you want something to complement your decor or to make it standout and make a real statement, you can easily find a ceiling fan to fits your requirements. There are plenty of different ceiling fan ranges that allow for colour choice within styles. Thus you actually can easily find an ideal ceiling fan for your living room which will completely match your room’s look.

Living Room Ceiling Fans: Lights

Depending on your existing lighting in your living room, you may prefer to choose a ceiling fan with a light. This completely opens up an entire range of different possibilities. Do you really desire a warm white light or a cooler white light? Would you like a light that changes colour? Then you need to search for the word CCT on our listings. How bright would you prefer it to be? Then you need to  heck the listing for the light’s lumens output. And after all, if you want an energy efficient light, then choose LED! If you have any questions contact Jagdamba Service or you can even visit our website.