Calling all interior design lovers! A ceiling fan is not only a practical solution – it might be the piece of personality your space needs. Here are five unexpected spaces where a fan adds function and form.
You can’t exactly cue a cool breeze on a warm day—or can you? Having outdoor fans on the porch or a covered patio is a welcome addition when it’s otherwise uncomfortable to be outside. The classic look of the Brunswick rustic ceiling fan works well with traditional aesthetics of outside gathering spaces.
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2. Game Room
When the competition gets fierce, you might need things to cool down. From an intense video game showdown or a healthy match of foosball, the Signal or Symphony Wi-Fi ceiling fans will look and feel cool in a game room. Bonus points: You can control them with your smart devices like Apple HomeKit, Amazon Alexa and the Google Assistant.
Bring a new baby into the world and into a beautiful nursery. A chandelier inspired ceiling fan like the white Hepburn or Ronan with matte brass detailing is the perfect finishing touch. Having a ceiling fan in the nursery will also keep you comfortable while you’re rocking the baby to sleep.
From baking muffins to cooking pot roast, the kitchen gets toasty quick. Keep the room cool with a ceiling fan like the Donegan rustic ceiling fan. It has finishes that will complement your kitchenware. The lighting is great for when you’re reading recipes or the kids are doing homework at the breakfast bar.
5. Keeping Room
The newest must-have room is a cozy sitting room right off of the kitchen. Since things can really heat up, air circulation is a must. The mint green Cranbrook modern ceiling fan feels happy and adds a pop of color to the space. The soft modern form also ties in effortlessly with the clean lines in a kitchen.