How to Choose the Best Ceiling Fan for a Room: Part I, Style


So many decisions about a new or replacement ceiling fan! What is the right fan size, color, style, number of blades, should the fan have a light or no light – how do you make the best choices? Should you get the same fan in different rooms or use the same fan model throughout your home? Wall switch, remote, or both?


G2Art Artemis ceiling fan in room designed by Lauren Brandwein

(Thanks to Lauren Brandwein Design for this image of the Artemis ceiling fan in maple finish, F803-MP)


We would like to offer our guidelines and advice to you to help you to choose the best ceiling fan (or fans) for you that is going to provide you with great service and be a pleasure to look at and use for years to come.

The style of the fan is going to have the most impact on your choice.


G2Art Flyte ceiling fan in room by Ryan Group Architects

(Thanks to Ryan Group Architects for this image of the Flyte ceiling fan in brushed nickel with birdseye maple blades, F531-BN)


Several of our most popular designs have been awarded the Good Design Award from the Chicago Athenaeum.  These include:


The San Francisco ceiling fan F528



The Acero ceiling fan F601



The Flyte ceiling fan F531



The Cirque ceiling fan F596

G2Art Ciirque ceiling fan in brushed nickel with mahogany blades


The Artemis ceiling fan F803



The Wing ceiling fan F823



In a series of separate blog entries, we will help you to choose your ceiling fan taking into account:

If you have other questions about buying and/or using a ceiling fan that you would like us to answer, we’ll be happy to reply to you personally – please contact us by email or phone from our contact page.

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