From jet engines and helicopter blades, to smart options and African wood variants, we’ve seen a lot of interesting ceiling fans over the years. If you want your cool to come from something sleek and unique, look no further than the Terna series from Kichler. For the better part of a century–they got their start in 1938–Kichler has been making fixtures for the home that are unlike anything else on the market. The Terna ceiling fan is the perfect example of that because, unlike other options on the market, the blades are wrapped around the exterior of the light in the vertical position instead of hanging perpendicularly below it. This obviously means it’s not going to push the same amount of airflow as a traditional fan, but whatever it lacks in CFM it more than makes up for in style. It’s also built with multiple fan-speeds, a dimmable LED light and a reverse function.
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