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Modern Ceiling Fans for Every Room

An economical addition to any room of the home, modern ceiling fans circulate the air, creating an even environment throughout whether the weather is hot or cold. Some modern ceiling fans have lights, which will provide additional illumination in the room. Ceiling fans' control ranges from a simple pull chain or wall switch to more complex methods such as a remote control or smartphone.

Modern ceiling fans come in every style, ensuring a matching fixture with the rest of the room. Blade counts can range from a sleek and simple pair of 2 blades all the way to 12 or 15 blades for specialty designs.

Ceilings Fans in Living Rooms

The living room is one of the most popular locations for a modern ceiling fan as this is the room most likely to hold social gatherings, spend time with family, or just casual living such as watching TV or reading a book. Living room ceiling fans can create an ideal temperature throughout the year — a preference in any living environment.

Ceiling Fan Finishes

Ceiling Fan Finishes Ceiling fans are not just functional appliances for air circulation; they also play a significant role in room aesthetics, with finishes being a key aspect of their design. Brushed nickel ceiling fans offer a sleek, contemporary look that complements modern interiors, boasting a subtle sheen that adds a touch of sophistication. Bronze ceiling fans, on the other hand, exude a classic and timeless charm, perfect for traditional or rustic settings. Their warm, deep tones create an inviting atmosphere. White ceiling fans are the epitome of versatility, seamlessly blending with any color scheme while providing a clean, crisp appearance that enhances the sense of space and light in a room. Lastly, Black ceiling fans stand as bold statement pieces, bringing a modern edge and dramatic flair to spaces, making them ideal for contemporary or minimalist decor styles. Each of these finishes offers a unique aesthetic, allowing homeowners to find the perfect match for their individual style and room decor.

What Size Ceiling Fan Do I Need?

The size of the ceiling fan depends on the size of the room and the amount of air that needs to be circulated. Look to the CFM on the product’s specifications to help guide the selection. CFM is the Cubic Feet per Minute and measures the volume of air circulating. It is recommended larger spaces use a fan with at least 3,000 CFM, and more CFMs mean faster cooling.

Also look at the blade span of the fan. The blade span is the diameter of the fan from blade-to-blade. Larger fans will circulate more air, although make sure the fan size fits in the home. Living room and bedroom ceiling fans can usually be fitted with a 52-62 inch blade span.

What downrod length do I need for my ceiling fan?

It is recommended that modern ceiling fans are mounted at least 7 feet from the floor. Downrods lower the ceiling fan into the room and come in a range of sizes. For a 9-foot ceiling, look to a downrod that is 12 inches long. For up to 11-foot ceilings, add 6 inches for every additional foot. For 12-foot and higher ceilings, add 12 inches for every additional foot.

Which Ceiling Fans Move the Most Air?

There are a number of factors that contribute to moving air in the room. As mentioned above, the CFM is a large factor that determines the fan’s ability. Fans with traditional oar-shaped blades move the most air, while fans with larger blades may seem like they move more air but actually create more drag, slowing the motor and the efficiency of the fan. Most household fans come with 4 or 5 blades. The lower the number of blades, the less drag is created, meaning air can move faster and more efficiently. Consider a 3-blade ceiling fan for air movement efficiency.

The pitch of the blades affects air movement. A blade pitch of 14 degrees and more is the best. Downrods also make a difference. A flush-mounted ceiling fan moves less air, while a modern ceiling fan lowered into the room is able to move more air.

Which Direction Should a Ceiling Fan Turn in The Summer and Winter?

The direction of the blades on a ceiling fan matters depending on the season. For the summer, make sure the blades are spinning counterclockwise. This rotation pushes the air downward. In the wintertime, set the blades to turn clockwise. In this direction, the rotation creates an updraft, which pushes warm air stuck near the ceiling back down into the room, circulating it and keeping the warm air throughout the space.

Ceiling Fans for the Outdoors

The indoors are not the only place that can gain the benefits of a ceiling fan. Outdoor ceiling fans can be mounted to covered patios, circulating the air just like their indoor counterparts and providing relief from the heat during hot summer barbecues and bringing warmth from nearby firepits or patio heaters during night gatherings on an outdoor sectional. Outdoor ceiling fans also come in every style and size, ensuring a match with the surrounding environment. For the outdoors, consider a natural look with a wood-tone ceiling fan that will match a covered patio or nearby trees.

What's The Difference Between Indoor & Outdoor Ceiling Fans?

Indoor and outdoor ceiling fans come in the same styles and offer the same functions, however, be aware of the location rating of the fixture. Location ratings determine what kind of environment that fixture can be installed in, ranging from dry to damp to wet. A dry environment is any space indoors without moisture or the risk of water getting on the fixture. A damp rating allows for indirect moisture such as condensation build-up in a bathroom, while a wet rating means the fixture can be directly exposed to sprays of water without damaging the electrical components.