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    Why We Love Nursery Ceiling Fans

    Decorating a nursery, more than likely, is completely different than the rest of your home. You want to create a fun space for your child to grow in, but you also don’t want to abandon the sophisticated interior design choices that you’ve made throughout the rest of your home. A nursery ceiling fan is essential. Fans provide white noise, to help babies sleep, and they help prevent overheating by circulating air around the room. However, not all fans are made the same. Our nursery fans were carefully selected for their uncompromising style and polished yet playful designs.

    Nursery Fan Styles and Characteristics

    A ceiling fan in a baby nursery should accomplish more than just moving the air around. And, whether you’re interested in additional light or bringing a fun touch to the room, you’ll be able to find something here that suits your needs. An industrial style fan with dual, rotational heads provides double the air circulating power and stylistic addition to the space. Any nursey ceiling fan with a light will do double duty, blowing air and providing overhead lighting. And, a fan with dual blades has more than enough power to keep things cool with a retro shape that still feels modern. Basically any fan you choose should do a lot more than just make the room feel cooler.

    Favorite Nursery Ceiling Fan Colors & Finishes

    Like we said, your ceiling fan should bring more to the room than just circulation. And although it doesn’t serve a practical purpose, a nursery ceiling fan with a fun, bright finish is an easy way to complete the overall look of the room. For a girl’s nursery, we love the idea of adding a subtle touch of floral inspiration. Look for a fantasy fan with elegant, petal-like blades. On the other hand, for a little boy’s room, a retro piece with an aviation-inspired finish adds a slightly modern touch that still feels whimsical. If you’re interested in something that feels a little more sophisticated, a nursery ceiling fan with wide, wicker blades are polished but with a warm, relaxing feel. Regardless of whether or not you’re looking for a fixture that’s fun and playful or cozy but polished, you’ll have plenty of options to choose from.

    How to Choose the Best Nursery Fan

    When choosing a nursery fan, first decide what you need from your fan. Do you need extra light, super-powered circulation, or just an extra stylistic piece? Once you’ve determined what exactly you require and found a style that fits your space, it’s time to take blade number and size into consideration. The majority of nursery fans have a relatively small blade size, as nurseries are often the smallest rooms in a home, but it’s a good idea to measure your space anyways. From there, look to blade number to help make sure that you’re getting the best fan for the room. Fans with less blades tend to make less noise, but they’re also less effective at circulating air. Although, if the blades are wide enough and the motor powerful enough, the fan can still get the job done.

    Other Considerations

    This whimsical selection of nursery ceiling fans offers fans that range several different styles and designs. However, if you couldn’t find exactly what you need here, there are plenty of other options to consider. are larger and slightly less fantastical without losing the playful aspect you’d expect in a child’s room. Pair them with and you’ll have a space that fits in with the rest of your home but is also kid-approved. For a lighted option that won’t have you reaching up to change the bulb all the time, provide a bright long-lasting light and a modern solution to stale air.