Cool Off with Ceiling Fans

After the winter we lived through this year, we can’t complain about the heat.

…Can we? Just a little bit?

Okay, so it’s not really complain-worthy just yet. But it’s hot enough to want to sit in the shade and eat ice cream all day. Unfortunately, most of us don’t have that luxury.

How do you cool off your house? If you don’t have air conditioning or don’t want to leave it running all the time, consider a ceiling fan. And not necessarily the typical down-lit four-blade fan with the traditional styling – now you can get a fan that you’d actually choose as a light fixture!

Check these beauties out (as always, click any image for more information) and start to feel the cool…

Your fan can be a statement piece:

Fanimation Torto Oil Rubbed Bronze Finish Ceiling Fan
Fanimation Torto Oil Rubbed Bronze Finish Ceiling Fan
Dainolite Antique Brass Ceiling Fan
Dainolite Antique Brass Ceiling Fan
Fanimation Avaston Oil-Rubbed Bronze Ceiling Fan
Fanimation Avaston Oil-Rubbed Bronze Ceiling Fan
Or just a bit different from the norm:
This one’s perfect for big rooms:
And this clever piece folds up its blades like a flower when not in use:
Venta Fiore White Retractable Ceiling Fan
Venta Fiore White Retractable Ceiling Fan

Don’t forget about the kids! A ceiling fan is the perfect way to add some punch to a bedroom or playroom (and is easily replaced when the kid grows out of it).

Design Trends Bloom Ceiling Fan
Design Trends Bloom Ceiling Fan
Westinghouse Roundabout Reversible Ceiling Fan
Westinghouse Roundabout Reversible Ceiling Fan
Hunter Fantasy Flyer Ceiling Fan
Hunter Fantasy Flyer Ceiling Fan

Which would you rather: extreme heat or extreme cold?

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