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In My Own Style: Making Progress in the Guest Room

In My Own Style chose the Hepburn modern ceiling fan from Hunter for her home office and guest bedroom update.

“I wanted them to be pretty since my studio office is more feminine and I am doing the guest room using more feminine colors. 

Many I found were too plain, modern, or expensive until I came across this one…

Isn’t she pretty? She is feminine in design and is even named after a very famous actress… Hepburn. 🙂 I got two.”

Check out the before and after pictures at In_My_Own_Style.

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iMore: Perfect HomeKit gifts for everyone you know!

In iMore’s article about perfect gifts, they featured Hunter’s SIMPLEconnect™ smart home ceiling fan collection, including the Symphony modern ceiling fan and Signal transitional ceiling fan.

“HomeKit brings the power, security, and ease-of-use of your iPhone into your Home!

HomeKit is Apple’s home automation platform and it lets you control any compatible lights, plugs, thermostats, sensors, alarms, locks, and other connected devices with a tap of your iPhone or- thanks to Siri- the sound of your voice. Better still, it does so in a way that ensures privacy an security for your network and your home. More and more HomeKit accessories are coming out all the time, and here are some you can get right now!”

See Hunter’s HomeKit enabled WI-FI ceiling fan and read more at iMore.

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Engadget: Take HomeKit devices for a spin at a handful of Apple Stores

Engadget featured Hunter Fan Company’s SIMPLEconnect™ smart home ceiling fan collection, discussing the ceiling fans that are compatible with Apple HomeKit.

“As a mark of just how serious Apple is about its smart home initiatives, the company has built HomeKit int 46 of its brick and mortar stores. That means if you stop into the Union Square location in San Francisco or the World Trade Center and Williamsburg stores in New York you’ll be able to give the IoT suite a test run, TechCrunch writes. Some 28 other stores throughout the country will have the demos up and running. If you don’t have one of the fancy stores, you’ll have to settle for the non-interactive literature and the like. Ugh.

As far as the actual testing goes, it sounds pretty simple. Customers will be able to futz with Hunter ceiling fans, Hue lightbulbs and even connected window shades via iPhone, iPad, or Watch, apparently.”

Read more at Engadget.

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Digital Trends: You Can Control Hunter Fan’s Alexa- Enabled Smart Fans with Just Your Voice

Digital Trends featured Hunter Fan Company’s SIMPLEconnect™ smart home ceiling fan collection – the Signal casual ceiling fan, the Symphony modern ceiling fan, the Apache rustic ceiling fan – in their review of smart home products that work with Amazon Alexa. Also featured in the article is the 60-inch Brunswick rustic industrial ceiling fan, which is Wi-Fi enabled.

“There are Amazon Alexa-enabled speakers, home security gadgets, and appliances. Why not ceiling fans? Hunter Fan Company announced this week that it is the latest to add the popular voice-activated assistant to its products.

The most recent collection includes Alexa capabilities on several models, including the Apache, Signal, and Symphony ceiling fans.”

Read more from this article at Digital_Trends.

Digital Home: The Best Smart Home Fans to Help You Keep Your Cool

Cool down the whole house, the office or just your face on a bus, with these smart devices.

You can walk into the local hardware store and get one without a hassle, sure. If you’re looking for something that’s a bit more cutting-edge though, you might want to consider investing in a smart fan.

Most are compatible with both Android and Apple phones, and the good thing is that they eliminate the need to walk across the room or building, in order to kick things up or down a notch.

See the smart fans and read more at Digital_Home.

Design Milk: Single Malt, The New Color of the Season

Last week we talked about how the six industry leading brands that make up the ELEVATE Design Collective- including Delta® Faucet, Formica Corporation, Hunter Fan Company, JELD-WEN®, Kitchen Aid®, and Schlage®- partnered with the Pantone Color Institue™ to produce a new hue called Single Malt and unveiled it in a modern kitchen of a custom designed lost in NYC (psst… don’t forget to enter their $500 sweepstakes). Today, we’re going to share how the alliance showcased the color in a fresh, open space concept living room.

Read more at Design_Milk.