The practicality of having a ceiling fan is obvious, as they circulate cooling air to help ease the expense on electric bills. However, just because it is practical does not mean that you cannot have a ceiling fan with flair to enhance your decor. Of course, choosing one that is ideal for you depends on the type of use as well as your own personal style and taste. If you choose to have an outdoor ceiling fan in your open-air living spaces, then there are many made specific to that particular use too.
Ceiling fans are available at decorating centers, home improvement businesses and even department stores. There are also a wide variety of manufacturers, including the Casablanca Fan Company, Hunter, Hampton Bay and the increasingly popular Fanimation. Each one is unique, and you will have an abundance to choose from, ensuring the perfect complement to your decor.
One of the first companies to produce a ceiling fan with lights was Casablanca. Their fans are also noted for their function and form, as well as practicality and elegance. Home Depot offers Hampton Bay Ceiling fans in over 80 different models, including both indoor and outdoor styles. And, you should also check out the Hunter ceiling fan options, as they have several models that are perfect for the larger rooms with their 5 blade styling.
You don’t want to forget your child’s room when you are considering ceiling fans, as these manufacturers also have fans designed with kids in mind. Consider a Hunter fan like the Annabelle, with white and pink reversible blades. It is surprisingly quiet and would be perfect for an infant’s room.
If you have a future surfing champ in the house, then check out Ellington’s surf board fan with its own remote control, or perhaps they would prefer one in the shape of a rocket. No matter what style or design you are looking for, you will no doubt find something to enhance your child’s room.
Fanimation ceiling fans will absolutely add an air of sophistication and class to any room in your home. For example, the Old Havana model is an antique replica fan that takes you way back to the early 1900s. For a ceiling fan with a more modern look, consider the Involution fan that gives you the option of an opal glass kit for a soft glow or diffused lighting. Whatever your decorating scheme you will find a fan, or two, that will suit you.