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Casablanca Hampshire Ceiling Fan, Gallery Edition

The handsome Hampshire ceiling fan combines meticulous engineering with a handcrafted design that serves as a perfect accent for a traditional wood-paneled library, study, or den.

PRICE: $464.00

Minka Aire Shangri-La Indoor/Outdoor Ceiling Fan

Bring on the tropical dreams and cool performance of the Shangri-La ceiling fan. The wicker design couples with Vintage Rust to replicate a highly popular tropical or plantation motif. Even better, this fan is UL rated for all-weather conditions

PRICE: $399.95

Fanimation Windpointe Complete Fan, Rust & Wood

The Windpointe Collection brings together the best of Fanimation at unbeatable prices. Each Windpointe Fan includes the motor housing, fan blades as seen, and necessary hardware and canopy

PRICE: $329.00

Kichler Lighting Novella Ceiling Fan

Shown in Antique Leather finish with Distressed Walnut blades. With an Antique Leather(TM) finish, this fan is a wonderful addition to the Kichler Novella(TM) Collection. The 5, 52" blades are pitched 14 degrees and are reversible with Walnut and Distressed Walnut finishes.

PRICE: $254.40

Emerson Classic Palazzo Ceiling Fan

The Emerson Fan Collection includes some designs that just radiate European classic design, steeped in the luxury of the ages. The Palazzo Ceiling Fan is one such design, which it is why this fan is a customer favorite.

PRICE: $359.10

Emerson Peristyle Ceiling Fan in Golden Espresso

The Peristyle Ceiling Fan by Emerson has an exciting design with a contemporary feel. Its unique blade holder design has architectural influences and the downlight provides ample light for most rooms.

PRICE: $359.10

Fanimation Sandella Indoor/Outdoor Ceiling Fan

The Sandella is UL Damp-Location approved (in most finishes) and is available in a wide variety of blade, finish, and lighting options to complement any decorating style. This fan is shown in Rust finish with Carved Wood Narrow Oval Blades in the Sambel Sand Finish

PRICE: $659.00

How to find us:

Our retail store is located at Gibson Mill in downtown Concord NC. Gibson Mill is a 100-year old textile plant with a rich history, and we are proud to be associated with the redvitalization of this important architectural and industrial landmark. This new location allows us to showcase a great selection of top quality items for your home from all of our furniture and lighting suppliers. When you enter our new store, we hope you will feel like you are entering a new world of decorating and design possibilities, with our unique blend of furniture, high-end lighting, kitchen accents, and local art. We feature furniture from such outstanding lines as Century, Lexington, Charleston Forge, Palecek, Wesley Allen and many additional brand names, as well as huge collections of lighting, kitchen accents and more.

Store Information:

Carolina Rustica

Gibson Mill

325 McGill Avenue, Suite 175

Concord, NC 28027

Call 800-205-7819 or 704-788-3952

Retail Store and Office Hours:

• Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 6:30 pm EST

• Saturday, 10:00 am to 6:00 pm EST

• Closed Sundays

• We are closed on all national holidays.

Please call ahead if you are looking for a specific item

Directions from the North and East:

From I-77: Take the exit for Rt 73/Davidson Highway and head east on that road, crossing over I-85 (see further directions below)

From I-85: Take Exit on 55 for Rte 73/Davidson Highway from I-85 and head east on 73, towards Concord center and Rt 29. You will go about 2 miles until the intersection of Rt. 29, Concord Parkway. Take a right (south) onto 29 and proceed another mile to the intersection of Poplar Tent and 29. Take a left at the light onto McGill Ave.(Poplar Tent Road becomes McGill on the other side of 29). We are 1/2 mile down the road on the right, look for the huge brick mill and we are there on the ground floor.

Directions from the South:

From I-85, heading north, take Exit 52 to Poplar Tent Road. Head east on Poplar Tent (take a right off the exit) for exactly 5 miles. You will arrive at the intersection of Poplar Tent/Rt. 29. Poplar Tent actually becomes McGill after that intersection, so proceed straight through. We are 1/2 mile down the road on the right, look for the huge brick mill and we are there on the ground floor.

Directions coming from the West:

Your best bet is to take I-485 from I-74 (Independence) or 24/27 and head north on I-485 until it intersects with Rt. 29. Head north on Rt. 29 to Concord, passing Lowes Motor Speedway on your right. Proceed another 6 miles to the intersection of Poplar Tent and 29. Take a right at the light onto McGill Ave. (Poplar Tent Road becomes McGill on the other side of 29). We are 1/2 mile down the road on the right, look for the huge brick mill and we are there on the ground floor

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Although ceiling fans do use electricity to operate, experts say the amount of money homeowners can save on air conditioning with a fan greatly outweighs the cost of running the fan itself. The cost of operating a ceiling fan varies based on how often they're turned on and how much the electric company charges, but on average, a standard ceiling fan costs less to operate than an incandescent light bulb.

Ceiling fan savings are generated year-round. In the summer, fans circulate the air in the room, preventing hot air from accumulating at the ceiling. Ceiling fans helps equalize the temperature throughout the room, and a fan can cut air conditioning bills by as much as 40%. This is because most fans make it feel like it's about 6 degrees cooler in the home than it actually is. Homeowners can save 7 to 10 percent of their cooling costs for each degree above 78.

In winter, it can move heat trapped near the ceiling back into the living area, reducing heating costs by up to 10%. Changing the direction of the fan forces the air up toward the ceiling, and that helps re-distribute the heated air. This works particularly well in rooms with high or vaulted ceilings. This is one of the greatest attributes of ceiling fans: they are practical in both hot and cold weather

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Phone: 800-205-7819