Tag & Tibby: A Ceiling Fan Upgrade Can Make the Room Complete

Tag & Tibby chose a master bedroom ceiling fan worthy of a Hollywood home: the chandelier-inspired Hepburn modern ceiling in white and modern brass.

“This post was written in partnership with Hunter Fan Company. 

Last year we updated our master bedroom with fresh paint, nightstands, and curtains. It warmed up the space tremendously, but there was still an eyesore in the room… the 1990s ceiling fan.

It just wasn’t in the budget at the time to upgrade. And I had this idea in my head that I couldn’t find a reasonably priced, well-styled ceiling fan. Since then I researched and discovered there are a lot of nice ceiling fans for under $250! I selected the Hunter fan Hepburn for our bedroom because it is easy on the wallet (under $170!) but more importantly is a beautiful, clean, elegant design.”

Read more at Tag_&_Tibby.


Nesting with Grace: Our New Modern Ceiling Fans

Nesting with Grace used both the mint and gloss black finishes of the Cranbrook modern ceiling fan.

“As soon as we moved into this home we immediately took down the ceiling fans. There were three fans in this 1950’s house. Two in the bedroom upstairs and one in the kitchen. They were really outdated. I couldn’t get them out of here quick enough. I replaced the ceiling fan with chandeliers. Summer came and we learned that we might need the ceiling fans. The home does not have central air. So we had to buy the ugly window units and I really hate those the most! So I was thrilled to partner with Hunter Fan because they have the most stylish and modern ceiling fans I have seen. I am kind of dying over how good they look in our daughters bedroom and family room. Not to mention now we can stand to be in the rooms when it gets over 75 degrees outside.

Ok enough talk, see for yourself… Nesting_With_grace.

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Liz Marie Blog: Seriously Stylish Ceiling Fans

Liz Marie joined Hunter Fan Company during the Coastal Huntervention where we took over a sandcastle at The Crystal Coast and gave it a fresh look. She shared her experience on her blog, Liz Marie Blog, where she also featured new Hunter ceiling fans like the Mill Valley farmhouse ceiling fan and glamorous Hepburn modern ceiling fan.

“Last week I had the opportunity to head to Eastern North Carolina where Jose and I lived for 10 years. It was so funny because it was the second trip in one month that I was invited on that both took me back to the beautiful Crystal Coast of North Carolina where we lived for the majority of our marriage. I almost took it as a sign.. like we should be there haha. But visiting was so nice & I’ll continue to do so because I really did leave a piece of my heart there. Anyways, this trip was with the Hunter Fan Company & I’m so glad that I went! One thing I truly love about blogging is working with brands & companies that I truly love & learning more about them & all the behind the scenes. I am pretty picky about who I work with and where I go because honestly it has to be someone I love for me to leave my home & my shop… homebody for life here.”

Check out more from this blog and why she teamed up with Hunter at Liz Marie Blog Post and social.



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.


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.