Ceiling Fans with Lights & Remote


What’s not to love when you can have air circulation and illumination in one attractive space-saving package? Ceiling fans with lights deliver twice the convenience and add even more flourish to your décor. Modern ceiling fans with lights can be used in residential, commercial and outdoor applications, and are the perfect choice for areas where space is limited. Installing the right ceiling fan with an integrated light will help you reduce energy costs and improve the overall comfort of your room, so it’s an option we highly recommend. Anemos stocks a variety of ceiling fans with light and remote control, so you can choose from a small ceiling fan with light (like the Goblin ceiling fan) or a flush mount ceiling fan with light and remote (like the Jive Hugger). Designer chandelier-style fans (like the Anemos Chandel ceiling fans) are a nod to the best vintage traditions and are sure to attract the attention of anyone who appreciates good design.


From large ceiling fans with lights and small ceiling fans with lights, to ceiling fans with lights and remote, Anemos offers options that cater to anything you may require. Outdoor ceiling fans with lights (like the Xeno DZ Ceiling Fan) are wet rated, making them officially safe for use near wet or damp areas. Ceiling fans with lights are ideal for terraces, balconies, porches and patios where their dual function can be fully enjoyed in a small space. Bathrooms, kitchens and walk-in closets are other areas that can benefit greatly from a small flush mount ceiling fan with light.

In large areas where space is no constraint, you could still opt for LED ceiling fans for energy-efficiency — or simply because the design appeals to you. With a diameter of 52 inches, the Crystal Ceiling Fan is a conversation starter in a rubbed bronze colour, with leaf-shaped mahogany-finish blades. Featuring a crystal-encased uplight and a downlight, this exquisite fan also comes with remote control functionality and is one of many masterpieces available at Anemos. The Fiore RB Ceiling Fan is another case of a designer ceiling fan that exceeds expectations — its blades retract when the fan is turned off and open when the fan is turned on, giving the impression of a fabulous flower in bloom. 

All ceiling fans with lights — whether they have a single light source or several lights — come with the additional convenience of a remote control. Handy remote controls make it easy to change fan speed and light intensity with the touch of a button, without having to manually pull chains or flip switches on the wall. Anemos also stocks ceiling fans without lights but with a remote control: the Regal MB Ceiling Fan and the Patio RB Ceiling Fan are notable examples.

Looking for a white ceiling fan with light or a black ceiling fan with light? Anemos recognises that colour plays a big role in the selection of a ceiling fan too; hence you will find an extensive colour range to choose from at our retail stores and online as well. Many of the best-selling designer fans we stock are available in multiple colours and finishes. The Stealth Ceiling Fan, for instance, is available in copper bronze, antique brass and brushed nickel — so you can opt for the finish that is best suited to your décor.

Every room in your home or office, be it indoors or outdoors, will have its own special requirements when it comes to a ceiling fan. Most designer ceiling fans that are suitable for a living room would work just as well as bedroom ceiling fans with lights and remote. From the best LED ceiling fans to the best concealed ceiling fans in India, browse the Anemos online store for them all. 


If you have been looking for a buyer’s guide to selecting a ceiling fan with lights and remote, read on. At Anemos, we stock the best designer ceiling fans in the world and pride ourselves on being able to assist in your search for the ceiling fan that is best suited to your specific needs. With so many beautiful fans available at Anemos, sometimes it can be hard to make a decision. That is why it is important to ask yourself a few key questions.


Whether your requirement is residential or commercial, some basic factors will help filter your options. The decor style or theme of your interiors will determine whether you should look for an industrial fan, a vintage inspired fan, a modern ceiling fan with light or a cutting-edge contemporary ceiling fan. The Anemos Chandel ceiling fans work best in a classic vintage setup, while the Swish Ceiling Fan is as contemporary as they come. Most designer fans follow this rule of thumb.


When it comes to the right size of ceiling fan for your room, you need to keep proportions in mind. A large ceiling fan will look odd in a small room, while a small ceiling fan will look equally incongruous in a big space — no matter how beautiful the fan itself is. This may seem obvious, but ceiling fans come in a wide range of blade spans, so one needs to be particularly mindful of what your available area is. Checking the minimum and maximum diameter of the area available for the fan is step one, but you have another measurement to keep in mind too: ceiling height. Depending on the height between the floor and the ceiling, you can opt for a fan with a longer downrod, or a hugger style fan (also called a flush mount ceiling fan). For safety, the bottom of the fan needs to be at least 7 feet above the floor.


The flush mount ceiling fan or the ‘hugger’ is just one example of a mounting type; these are for specific use in low ceiling applications. Ceiling fans come with downrods of varying lengths — a 3 to 5 inch downrod will mean your ceiling fan will be mounted quite close to the ceiling, while a room with high ceilings may require a much longer downrod. Ceiling fans that need to be mounted on sloped or vaulted ceilings require specific hardware too, so be sure to share these details before finalising your selection, because some fans may not be compatible with sloped ceiling adapters.


One of the main reasons to have a ceiling fan is to help
reduce energy costs. The airflow parameters associated with fans vary and are measured in cubic feet per minute (CFM). Simply put, CFM is how much air a fan moves. While you may not have a specific CFM requirement, it is good to know that all Anemos DC motor fans are particularly energy efficient. You may also find it interesting to note that fans with fewer blades are generally faster and can move more air, while fans with more than four or five blades tend to be quieter but they also circulate less air. This is because additional blades increase the drag on a ceiling fan’s motor, thereby slowing it down. Most ceiling fans designed for the home come with four or five blades — at this configuration, the ideal balance is achieved between the amount of air circulated and the amount of tolerable ambient noise. That said, Anemos designer fans with fewer or more than five blades have been tested and refined to such a degree, that ambient noise and airflow issues are no longer a cause for concern. 


Apart from white and brown ceiling fans (which are considered standard), Anemos stocks a massive range of colours including red ceiling fans. You’ll be spoilt for choice when you study the sheer number of finishes available too — from brushed nickel and textured bronze to polished chrome and brushed aluminium. Many of our fans come with translucent blades, while several boast of a variety of wood finishes like maple, mahogany and teak.

Whether you are looking for an outdoor fan with light, a contemporary fan with remote or a remote control ceiling fan with light, you are sure to find the perfect fan at Anemos. Browse our online store or visit an Anemos retail store for price related information.