An attractive ceiling fan is always a good idea-especially in rooms with lots of daily activity or overnight guests. A remote-controlled fan allows overnight guests to tailor the room’s temperature to their liking, so they’ll get a better night’s sleep. And of course, a well-rested guest is a happy guest!
One of four bedrooms in this modern oasis in Bend, Oregon, this room features a calming gray color palette, with large, glass door closets, a stainless steel ceiling fan, and comfortable suede bedding.
The main living space of this casual yet contemporary home on Lake Austin is entirely open concept with rugs helping to delineate different areas. Sliding glass doors on both sides of the residence make it easy to entertain indoors and out.
A modern ceiling fan made of bronze and darkly stained wood was chosen to keep the family room cool in the summer. In addition to its practical purposes, the brown coloring of the fan also helps tie together many of the brown tones seen in the room’s furnishings.
This modern white cottage bedroom combines modern and antique accessories, neutral upholstered headboard, white bed linens and bedside table, swing arm reading lights, midcentury modern accent chair, and modern ceiling fan.
Blue floral curtains stand out against the blue walls in this teen bedroom. A vintage-style fan adds a touch of midcentury-modern flair to the transitional space, which also includes custom leather headboards and custom artwork.
This modern white farmhouse master bedroom has a sitting area with contemporary white sofa and faux fur butterfly chair, modern coffee table, retro photographer lamps, and vaulted ceiling with exposed white paneling and modern ceiling fan.
This stylish Philadelphia studio utilizes every inch of space without making the room seem busy. The neutral walls and bedding keep the space controlled and balanced. "I tried to separate the space with organic textures, eclectic accessories, shiny metallic objects, soft draperies and unique lighting schemes," HGTV fan greendesigner says. To quickly hide the bedroom from the kitchen and dining area, he added tall draperies as an easy room divider. Tip: Downsize the furniture to expand the space — buy a loveseat instead of a large sectional. If you like to entertain, invest in small barstools: They take up little space and provide plenty of seating for guests.