Furniture styles put spin on fan designs

Posted: June 2, 2012 at 2:06 a.m.

The Arius by Kichler Lighting follows the trend toward lighter fan finishes, including polished nickel and chrome.

Buying a ceiling fan isn’t just about nuts and bolts, motors and blades. Ceiling fans are about design and style. Shoppers no longer encounter fan after fan with curvaceous, wooden blades and fluted light fixtures. Instead, fans have become more linear, shinier and, in some cases, completely unadorned.

This story is only available from our archives.

HomeStyle, Pages 38 on 06/02/2012


« Previous Story

Breaking ground

Pinch flowers off herbs like basil to encourage more leafy growth.

THIS MONTH Deadhead spent blossoms on blooming annuals to encourage more blooms. Read »

Next Story »

Designers give suggestions on how to ‘style’ ...

Outside of boarding schools, the military and mothers, few pay attention to proper bed making. Once you live on your own, your sheets can stay rumpled for days (and do, for... Read »