Make Some Room

With the ad­di­tion of new styles and func­tion­al­ity, fans are be­com­ing a fo­cal point for any space.

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Fans have graced the ceil­ings of sun­rooms, liv­ing rooms and bed­rooms for some time. But the lat­est fans do more than just cool: They add a de­signer touch to any space. Here are a few of our fa­vorite styles—and some ad­vice on where to try them.

• If You Need: A Pop of Color

• Try: Cran­brook

• Works Great: In kids’ rooms, arts-and-crafts rooms and cheery kitchens.

Func­tional and fun, Cran­brook (shown in mint) re­minds us of some­thing you’d see in an old-fash­ioned ice cream par­lor. Yet its blonde oak mid­cen­tury-in­spired blades give it a con­tem­po­rary edge. The low-pro­file hous­ing is de­signed to work well in rooms with lower ceil­ings and in smaller spa­ces. • If You Pre­fer: Eclec­tic In­te­ri­ors • Try: Ben­nett

• Works Great: In any room.

Ben­nett may be neu­tral, but it’s far from bor­ing. Shown in Matte Black, this fix­ture in­cludes a smoked glass globe for a touch of so­phis­ti­ca­tion. If your aes­thetic of choice calls for bold color or a mix­ture of fur­ni­ture styles, this unas­sum­ing-yet-el­e­gant fan is likely to fit right into the mix. Bonus: This fan comes with a three-po­si­tion mount­ing sys­tem, which means it can be in­stalled on an­gled ceil­ings. • If You Have: Vaulted Ceil­ings

• Try: Ro­nan

• Works Great: In the great room, liv­ing room

or bed­room.

Sport­ing min­i­mal­ist looks with just a slight bit of shine, Ro­nan feels like the “it girl” of ceil­ing fans. This style feels at home in al­most any space, whether your aes­thetic trends to­ward farm­house, Zen or cot­tage. We es­pe­cially like the so­phis­ti­ca­tion of the brushed gold cage. Where to Get It: Find all three of th­ese styles (and more!) at it­

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