12 Ideas To Update Your Ceiling Fan

Whether you are remodeling your space or it is just time for an update, these ceiling fans can bring a fresh look to your space in no time. We will show you some trendy options and give you the tools to help you get the right fit.

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Before we get started, it is important to understand that when choosing a ceiling fan, size does matter. In order for your fan to be most effective, you must choose the size that is right for your room. The American Lighting Association has recommended guidelines to help you get the most efficient fan for your space.

Room DimensionsSuggested Fan Size
Up to 75 square feet29″ to 36″
76 to 144 square feet36″ to 42″
144 to 225 square feet 44″
225 to 400 square feet50″ to 54″

It is also recommended that your fan blade sit 8 to 9 feet from the ground. To accomplish this, there are different types of fan mountings available. A flush mount will help with those shorter, 8 and 9 foot ceilings, while those with a downrod will help to get you to just the right height for those taller spaces. There are even kits available for sloped ceilings and extended downrods if needed.

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Now that we have that bit of information out of the way, here is some inspiration to get you started:



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Traditional

This sneaky chandelier is hiding a 42″ fan. Great for those that want a classic look in your home, but need the functionality of a fan. It also has an LED light and a remote control.


This 52″ beauty has both light and dark blade options to go perfectly in a modern farmhouse or traditional craftsman style home. It has LED lighting and is great for lower ceilings.


This 52″ fan is an updated take on traditional style. Clean blade lines with your classic glass shade make this the perfect update for a traditional space.


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There is something about those extra blades in this 62″ fan that makes this something special. Great option for those larger rooms. It comes with a kit for sloped ceilings as well as a remote control..


This sleek design is low profile and comes in three finishes. The LED light is dimmable and it even comes with a remote.


This 52″ option has 4 speeds and blades that reverse to an Antique Silver for a more modern look.


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Industrial

This little fan is another discrete option for smaller spaces. You almost don’t even notice it is a fan. Comes with vintage style bulbs, a remote with timer, and has three speeds.


This 48″ cage style fan has that Industrial feel, but would still look great in about any space. This option has a downrod for varying ceiling heights as well as a remote control.


This 54″ fan is a great mix of modern and industrial. We love the unique blades and that it can be controlled with the Hunter app, Amazon Alexa and other smart devices. It is available in two finishes.


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Modern

This fan also pairs with your smart home tech like Alexa, Google Assistant and Nest and offers a free app for control almost anywhere. It is even available with three different lighting options. If you want sleek, modern, and smart, look no further.


For a super modern look, this 44″ fan could be just what you were looking for. It has integrated LED lighting, a remote control, and a Brushed Nickel finish.


For the minimalists out there, this 62″ fan comes in three finishes and is perfect for your larger rooms.


What other home design trends would you love more information on? We would love to hear from you.


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