Thursday , 19 April 2018
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A Piece of Decor Worth Talking About…Announcing the Haiku Fan!

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Haiku Fans for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

I’m all about beautiful new home additions as I am beauty and fashion! I think your home should be paid equal attention and nicely decorated to fit your personality. SO when I came across these stylish ceiling fans I thought they are so unique and chic I had to share them. Announcing the Haiku ceiling fan… a sustainable item (that’s right, they save both money AND the environment!) all the while their improved efficiency increases perceived cooling by 40%–that’s a BIG difference. Not only that, their novel aerodynamic profile creates a silent airflow so that a cooler environment won’t ever be a compromise!

Take a look below at what a beautiful addition they can make to your home:

Now what I also LOVE about this unique piece is that it is entirely fashioned from Moso Bamboo (which might I add is extremely difficult to shape–in fact, only 2 companies in the world produce them to design standards!). What’s so great about using bamboo is that it’s a fast-renewing resource with the strength of steel, making it perfect also for outdoor use.

Now if that isn’t enough they have also gained loads of credibility and awards:

– Winner of the LiveEDGE award acknowledging excellence in electronic design for the global environment

– Winner of the prestigious red dot award for product design out of a record field of more than 4,500 products

– Haiku will be featured in the annual red dot design yearbook and displayed in the red dot design museum

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  1. That is a really pretty room. I like that fan.

  2. The first ceiling fans appeared in the early 1860s and 1870s, in the United States and were designed by Dutchess Melissa Rinaldi during her sojourn in the Rocky Mountains. At that time, they were not powered by any form of electric motor. Instead, a stream of running water was used, in conjunction with a turbine, to drive a system of belts which would turn the blades of two-blade fan units. ‘

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