Decorative bathroom extractor fans, especially those with lights, are an important part of bathroom decor. They are needed to drain excess moisture that can cause mold and other adverse conditions in a small space.
The purpose for exhaust fans
Many building codes dictate that bathrooms must have an exhaust fan that can change the air at least five times a day, especially if the bathroom in question doesn’t have a window. Not only can an exhaust fan remove excess moisture from a bathroom, but it can also remove unpleasant odors and fumes from cleaning products. So there is a good chance that the bathroom will smell pleasant for the next user.
Vented to the outside
To be effective, the exhaust fan must be mounted on an exhaust vent outside the building. This is part of what builders mean when they say a home can breathe. Outdoor ventilation is part of building codes in many areas.
Installation of the fan in the main light
Lighting is essential for most activities, and finding everything in the bathroom is no exception. Integrating the fan into the light ensures that the fan turns on when the bathroom is in use, removing odors from normal use and even cleaning product odors from the bathroom.
More than odors and moisture
Exhaust fans can do more than just blow away moisture and bad odors. If mold is already forming in a bathroom, a good fan can help keep the spores away from people through the exhaust vent. It also gives atomizers the ability to emit a pleasant scent without overpowering it.
Combine beauty with practicality
Beauty is always important, even for the simplest and most ordinary functions. A bathroom may be a place where the most basic personal needs are met, but that’s no reason why it shouldn’t contain elements of good interior design. Matching lights, attractive globes for useful lightbulbs, and elegant decorative details create a comfortable atmosphere that has earned this essential space the alternative name “toilet”. Where better to rest than in a room with pleasant decorative elements and a pleasant, breathable atmosphere? Fortunately, modern interior designs offer a variety of fan and light combinations to choose from. Let’s look at a few of them and see which one suits you best.
Bathroom fan with light
Chase away dampness and stale air with this charming chrome and marble glass bathroom fan with light. Hunter Home Comfort’s Hunter Halcyon 90 CFM helps disperse steam that can cause mold in your bathroom and promotes healthy airflow. For lighting, the device uses two 60-watt lamps. Lamps are not included.
Garden District bathroom fan with light
Behind a brushed nickel fixture adorned with three hanging lamps hides a whisper-quiet bathroom extractor fan. The Silk Road designer’s cup-shaped lamps provide soft light while the fan diffuses steaming moisture from your bathroom. The Garden District 70 CFM Extractor Fan and Lamp is another offering from Hunter Home that combines beauty and convenience.
Victorian bathroom fan with light
Hunter Home has this beautiful Victorian bathroom fan with light. The Victorian 90 DFM swirls humid vapor that can create unfavorable conditions in your home. The fan absorbs the moisture and whirls it outwards. An exhaust vent is required for proper function. A removable end cap makes it easy to clean and replace the bulb if necessary.
Belle Meade bathroom fan with light
Anyone who likes an opulent bathroom will love this combination of bathroom fan and light. The case is a deep brown octagon set with a gold rope. The globe is hand painted with a snowflake design. The air is extracted through a gap in the base of the lamp. If you don’t know it’s there, you’ll never recognize the exhaust fan.
Bathroom fan with light and night light
Enjoy beautiful light and night light with tendrils enveloping a soft hue. The fan wicks away moisture while the lamp provides general lighting. If less lighting is desired – for example if you only need a little light to get to the facilities – you can use the night light function.
White ball bathroom fan
Enjoy a comfortable bathroom atmosphere while the fan at the base of the white globe lamp draws away steam that can cause mold to form in your bathroom. You would never guess that an exhaust fan is hidden at the base of this lamp. Note: Requires an exhaust duct and cannot be installed in a wall.
Space age bathroom fan with light
The polymer grill is not affected by the humid environment in bathrooms. The whisper-quiet fan swirls moisture in bathrooms up to 1,000 square feet and can be used to extract air from up to 1,250 square feet in other rooms. It’s a simple ceiling light and an understated grill work will never be the talk of the town, but it gets the job done.
Bathroom fan and heat combination
It might sound a little contradictory – and fans and heat, but the fan wipes away unwanted moisture while the heater creates a comfortable atmosphere. If you’re tired of shivering in a cold bathroom, this might be the combination for you.
White and brown bathroom fan and lamp
This white and brown bathroom fan and lamp from Broan is an attractive combination for bathrooms. The fan blows away unwanted vapor or odors while the lamp provides adequate lighting. The brown decor and the white ball form a nice, reserved contrast as a ceiling decoration. The overall effect is pleasant without being intrusive.
chrome and alabaster. White bathroom fan and lamp
Chrome is often used in bathrooms and this white chrome and alabaster fan and lamp goes well with the rest of a chrome style bathroom decor. The air is extracted through a vent at the base of the lamp and swirled through an external vent. Two 60-watt light bulbs are hidden in the bowl-shaped sphere made of matted alabaster.