Sometimes air conditioning just doesn't get the air flow you're looking for to combat the Texas heat. That's when you need a ceiling fan to circulate the air and add a stylish centerpiece to your room. When you're looking for a solution that's functional and stylish, the Dallas Design District has fan options that fit seamlessly into your decor. Whether you want two, three or the traditional four blades, you can find a design to complement — and cool — your space. Below we've highlighted our favorite choices at Ferguson off Slocum Street.
Modern and Sleek
For an industrial yet airy feel, consider Steel Kichler's Ferron two-blade ceiling fan. It comes in clear champagne with a polished nickel finish for a neutral palette that blends with most decor. Even with only two blades, this artistically designed piece has a whopping six different speeds to easily adjust the airflow in your home.
If you're short on space or you want a ceiling fan that doesn't overpower the room, the Kichler Celino™ model is a great option. It also brings some light into the equation with its understated globe. The midnight chrome finish and three-blade design are reminiscent of an airplane propeller, making for a unique look that's sure to elicit inquiries from guests about its origin.
Want something a little more natural with just a touch of modern thrown in? Kichler's Cameron™ five-blade fan strikes the perfect balance. With an etched opal globe, oak or walnut blades and a brushed nickel finish, this fan has just the right combination of elements from two periods of style.
Perhaps you're looking for a fan that not only cools but also sets the mood with subtle, reflected light. Perhaps you want something a little more classic but with an artistic spin. In that case, the Kichler Olympia™ fan is your pick. With its olde bronze finish and etched satin white globes directing their glow upward, this fan provides cool air and an eye-catching visual element.
Whether you need a fan for its soothing whir to help you sleep or simply enjoy the breeze it creates in your space, the Dallas Design District has you covered with both contemporary and traditional options. Regardless of the design of your home, you can find a ceiling fan that flows well with the existing elements in your room and provides a cooling respite from the summer heat.