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The Best Ceiling Fans To Keep You Cool (And In Style)

With summer right around the corner, now’s the time to make sure your home is ready to handle hotter temperatures. And a ceiling fan is one smart way to ensure your indoor (and outdoor) spaces stay cool all season long. But besides the functional aspect of a fan, you also want to consider how a ceiling fan will incorporate into your interior. So we’re sharing our picks for the best fans that offer a bit of breeze – and a whole lot of style too

Sure, almost every ceiling fan will keep you cool. But finding a fan that cools and compliments your interior? That’s where we come in! We’ve complied ceiling fans in all sorts of sizes and finishes and configurations to ensure you’ll find a functional and fashionable choice. Keep scrolling to discover 9 stylish ceiling fans – and Bobby’s top tips for choosing the right fan for your room.

 

For more ways to stay comfy in warm weather, check out 8 Of The Best Ways To Stay Cool This Summer.

Choosing The Right Ceiling Fan

There are a number of things you’ll want to consider when shopping for a ceiling fan, and Bobby is breaking down his top 3 tips to find just the right fan for any room.

 

1. THINK ABOUT SIZE & SCALE

The size of your room will help determine the size of your fan. For smaller spaces (around 8′ x 10″), a 29″ – 39″ fan will work best, while larger rooms (up to 10′ x 20′) will require a 42″ – 52″ fan. A higher ceiling height also means you can scale up your fan to provide ample air circulation.

 

2. KEEP THINGS SIMPLE

When in doubt, choose a ceiling fan that has a more simplistic design and is the same color as your ceiling. It will blend in and visually recede instead of creating a visual focal point. And if you’re looking for a fan with built-in lighting, choose an option with a single light, rather than multiple lights, to avoid a fan that feels too busy.  

 

3. Consider COMPLIMENTARY MATERIALS 

You want your fan to feel connected to the other elements in your room, whether they’re architectural details, flooring, furniture, or art. Consider your ceiling fan as another part of your decor, and choose colors and materials that complement (instead of compete) with the rest of the room. 

 

Ready to find the fan that’s just right for your room? Here are 9 options we’re big fans of (pun intended).