Rustic ceiling fans with lights are a wonderful way to add a lot of interest and rustic style / cabin for your room. Here is a brief history of the rustic style enthusiasts and the many options available.
Rustic ceiling fans with lights have come a long way in the last 30 years. From basic utility model that comes in three colors, the ceiling fan did not work of art in a dizzying array of styles, colors and options. To simplify the article, we will not discuss the “rustic” fans who considered rude if they come in rust or dark bronze color. You could write a book on the ceiling fan, but this article only dealing with a true fan of rustic style. Rustic, cottage or cabin style fan is a fairly new development in the history buffs.
First rustic ceiling fans with lights was created by fans of Monte Carlo in 1996 and looks like a hand-carved tree truck with chipped, thick blade. Called Great lodge, it was a ground breaker creative and create entirely new market that was soon extended to all kinds of new models; though most can be divided into two broad categories; Fake wood and Figures. Fake wood models generally look like pine or birch wood. Some companies are now making styles including Montecarlo fan Fans, Copper Canyon Lighting and Vaxcel first two generally have a much higher quality and construction.