Windmill wall art animates with style a contemporary decor. What makes them so appealing nowadays? First of all, there is a kind of nostalgia around them. Recipients of a time we no longer experience, they are wrapped in a distinctive aura and transmit this atmosphere subtly. Those who need a touch of the past in their homes will enjoy a windmill fan above the bed or a ventilator as lighting pendant in the living room. Then, the holiday feels in their vicinity. You think of a windmill and a sunny serene landscape with a cozy farmhouse appears in front of your eyes. They bring the easygoing taste to a place. Imagine a quiet wooden terrace in Scandinavia or a lazy afternoon in deserted Texas! The vintage propeller is a mark of these places. What about integrating it in a stylish crib? Explore our gallery and visit the sources for more details!

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Windmill Wall Decor

This décor is amongst the easiest in the ‘field’. Let the windmill be the focal point of the fitting and add complementary items nearby. The wooden shelf fixed with massive iron holders makes the look feel natural. I very much appreciate its unfinished parts because they make the atmosphere relaxed. What can you place near a vintage windmill? Transparent vases with cotton flowers, ceramic candle holders, books and decorative piece of raw wood. Also, follow the natural mise en scene and you will find the right accessories. Ropes, miniature boats, wooden sculptures or linen textiles accommodate easily here.

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Rustic Windmill

A bouquet of lavender, a wicker basket with herbs, a little bird house and a hand lamp are perfect accessories around a windmill. As you can easily notice, the fan fixes on the wall – above a cabinet or a cupboard with drawers – so that it gets all the attention. Due to its generous sizes, you cannot hide it from the viewers. This is the kind of adornment that wants the spotlight. Its vintage look adds personality to the space. The dining area feels relaxed and comfortable. If you love the country look, then a fan completes the décor beautifully.

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Natural Look & Metallic Insertions

I’ve never thought a windmill  accommodates easily in a closet, but this fitting is very stylish. As you can easily notice, the closet is well organised and features distinctive partitions for various purposes. The overall interior represents a mix of light beige and metallic insertions. The wicker baskets disposed in row assure a solid base. Hangers are for clothes and decorations too. Flowers, a board reading Welcome, a hat, a watering can and many more feel at home in an open closet! Flanked by two flower pots, the fan on top supervises the closet. Rely on symmetry if you want a balanced, equilibrated composition.

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Windmill Wall Art

What do you say about a rustic flavour at home? Take a white wooden table – a vintage with patina works even better – and use it as an exhibiting ‘plate’. Try to find a theme that harmonises with your house and create special corners around it. For a country look rely on raw materials such as wood or iron and add spots of greenery to enliven the space. The ventilator feels good surrounded by precious antique rarities.

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Windmill Wall Décor

This Scandinavian clean look brings a fresh air inside. The composition moves you with its austerity and modesty. It is like an honest declaration, I would say. Would you like to recreate this at home? Then explore the antique shops for a medium size vintage cabinet. You do not have to buy something expensive or sophisticated. As a result, the fan will integrate easily in its vicinity. Furthermore, decorate with items that reflect the easygoing feel. For example, a basket for umbrellas, a pair of leather boots, a straw hat, a large transparent bowl … the limit is the sky!

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Windmill Style Ceiling Fans

A ceiling fan is a mechanical fan, usually electrically powered, suspended from the ceiling of a room. It combines beauty with functionality and it uses hub-mounted rotating paddles to ventilate air. They are quiet and almost unnoticeable. The royal living room below features a metallic ceiling fan placed in the centre. The exposed beams serve as a natural background. Finally, the room enjoys natural light all day long.

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The chest is a vintage exquisite piece and all the items surrounding it are complementary. Firstly, the natural ingredient is a must. Almost all the decorations are unfinished, raw, of a basic feel. As a result, the scene is very balanced and relaxed.

An eclectic mix: a rustic hand lamp, a vintage windmill and a set of comfy armchairs in soft tapestry.

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Are you looking for rustic accessory for your garden? Then fix a windmill on the fence or near the mailing box. In addition, decorate with flowers and lighting bulbs.

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Most of fans feature rare slices, but this one has 12 partitions, each for every hour.

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This bedroom features a king size bed protected by a metallic windmill. Everything feels natural, with no useless ornamentation.

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