(See the rest of this amazingy artistic home above, here!)
We eat under fans all the time, at coffee shops and outdoor cafes. So it’s not strange to have a fan ventilate the air in your dining area. There are fans which come with integrated lights, but if the unit breaks down, you will have no light or ventilation! For decorative purposes, you might also want to have a separate light. “Also, consider fan speed. For example, you’ll want your fan to be able to provide a good breeze at a low speed to ensure food on the table won’t go cold fast,” says Lee Ming, general manager of Capital Distributors, which distributes KDK in Singapore.