Tag & Tibby: Before & after, my home office reveal

Julia of Tag & Tibby wanted a home office ceiling fan to create a modern work space, so she chose the white Ronan caged ceiling fan. This modern ceiling fan comes with reversible blades to customize the ceiling fan’s look, and Julia chose to show off the rustic wood finish.

“Hey friends! Today is the day I get to share my home office with you! I spend the majority of my day here working on a mix of freelance work. The home office is also where our two kids do their homework in the evening (photos below of the kids’ table). And our grey couch doubles as an extra bed when guests are visiting.

My office was a room that was reasonably functional: with a vintage desk and a couch– but the beige walls, bare accessories, and dated ceiling fan made the space feel blah. Below I’ll show you what you can do with a fresh paint and a few new accessories!”

Read more at Tag_&_Tibby.


Southern Home: Home for the Holidays

A Ribbon in My Journal featured the white Ronan caged ceiling fan by Hunter Fan Company in a recent bathroom remodel. Check out this room and other rooms, including one that features the vintage inspired Hunter Original ceiling fan.

See Hunter’s feature in Southern Home magazine. Southern_Home


Simply Grove: Hunter Fan Company

Simply Grove has been searching for a modern ceiling fan for her friend’s bedroom makeover. She fell in love with the Vault modern caged ceiling fan in black.

“Do you remember this bedroom makeover from a few weeks ago? It was for one of my very best friends, who constantly puts herself and her needs on the back burner. She’s just one of those fantastic human beings, ya know?? I wasn’t entirely done with this makeover, and took it one step further by adding something that she really needed and wanted, a fan. This Hunter Fan, which I’m obsessed with, does NOT have the look of a traditional ceiling fan! The Vault is a simple, yet elegant fan that could be mistaken as a modern cage light. I am not the biggest fan lover, so when I found this design, I may have squealed with happiness. It’s every decorators dream come true! A fan that doesn’t look like your grandma’s ceiling fan. BRAVO!”

Read more and see pictures of the room at Simply_Grove


Lark & Linen: Designing an Urban Living Room

Lark and Linen reviewed the ELEVATE Design Collective’s New York loft remodel, which featured Hunter Fan Company’s black Ronan caged ceiling fan (the cage color was a custom Pantone color created exclusively for ELEVATE).

“Inspired by the loft that Jennifer Wagner Schmidt designed in the flesh, here’s my take on an urban living room, with just the slightest edge. Using Hunter Fan, JELD-WEN and Schlage as a jumping off point, the space feels elegantly pulled together, yet totally unpretentious. An extra deep sofa acts as the perfect location to curl up with warm cup of tea, and a really great book.”

Read more from this post at Lark_And_Linen.