Make Some Room
With the addition of new styles and functionality, fans are becoming a focal point for any space.
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
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 itsahunter.com.