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How To Pick A Ceiling Fan
A ceiling fan helps to circulate air around your living room and maintain a comfortable temperature. Ceiling fans come in a wide range of styles and sizes to choose from, making it easy to find the perfect pairing for your living room or bedroom. west elm' selection of fans is ideal for a guest bedroom, master retreat, or a spacious room. Many of these ceiling fans operate with the help of a remote control and provide multiple speed options. Professional installation of your ceiling fan is recommended to ensure safe and proper operation.
Choosing a Ceiling Fan for Your Room
There are many things to take into consideration when selecting the right ceiling fan for your space. Start by looking at your ceiling. Flat ceilings are suitable for flushmount ceiling fans. If it is especially high, select one that features a long downrod to lower the fan to an appropriate height.
If your ceiling is sloped, select a fan that features a downrod that can be suspended at an angle from the plate at the top. This allows your ceiling fan to hang from your sloped ceiling.
Once you know the type of mount you need, look around your room at the finishes of your furniture. Select a ceiling fan that either matches or coordinates with your existing living room or bedroom decor. Many of the ceiling fans at west elm are available in a wide range of available finishes, making it easy to match your favorite fan to your furnishings.
Styles of Ceiling Fans
Traditional fan blades offer classic finishes and five fan blades. They coordinate effortlessly with all styles of decor and boast flared blade shapes with curved ends for a soft finishing touch.
When you're looking to update the look of your room, a contemporary ceiling fan is a great choice. Sleek finishes and a trio of dramatically tapered blades are common features among these ceiling fixtures. Sometimes, updating the look of a space is as easy as changing out the old ceiling fans and light fixtures.
Ceiling fans are available in an array of other styles too. Choose one with fan blades to reinforce a coastal or tropical theme. Propeller-style blades offer a vintage-inspired aviation look. There are even ceiling fans that provide industrial flair. No matter which style you choose, make sure it remains consistent with your furnishings, accessories, and textiles.
Ceiling Fans to Complete a Lighting Design
A ceiling fan with an integrated light kit is a stylish part of a cohesive lighting design in your home. These centrally located lights illuminate your room from above. It is easy to create a cohesive design when you select wall sconces, table lamps, flushmounts, and floor lamps from the same collection. Open floor plans require a consistent design and coordinated light fixtures provide just that.
Choose a fan with an LED light and enjoy all the brightness you need with less energy consumption. LED lighting offers an extended lifespan, which will prevent you from having to change out the bulb as often. Some ceiling fan light kits even allow for a dimmable design, providing your room with custom brightness. Ceiling fans are easy to keep bright with the occasional changing of the light bulb.
How to Clean Your Ceiling Fan
The blades of your ceiling fan will collect dust over time. Proper cleaning is essential to keep your fan from circulating that dust around your room. Keep your ceiling fan clean by dusting it using a long-arm duster or a damp rag. Make sure to dust the entire housing of the ceiling fan to keep the motor operating smoothly. A monthly wipe-down is all you need to clean your ceiling fan and keep it looking like new.
Ceiling fans aren't the only way to circulate air around your home. Desk fans and floor fans are also popular choices for rooms that don't have prewiring in the ceiling. Whatever you choose, fans are a stylish addition to your decor and home.