Think of modern ceiling fans with lights as a multipurpose furnishing that every room in your house can benefit from. Think about the benefits that these products give – make the room more comfortable by circulating air, decrease your heating and cooling costs, and give useful lighting, as well as add beauty to the room.
While ceiling fans with lights are more expensive than ceiling fans without lights, these are considered as investments for your home for the reasons mentioned above. These can also be placed in nearly every room where constant air circulation is desired, such as in living rooms, kitchens and bedrooms, as well as used year-round. Yes, these can be used even during winter – many of them have a switch that allows the blade to reverse direction and, thus, aid in dispersing warm air downwards.
Hunter ceiling fans with lights are among the best products of their kind for good reasons, such as their durable materials and build, adjustable features, and their beautiful designs. This Hunter ceiling fan with LED light isn’t an exception and, in fact, it’s our top pick for the best ceiling fan with light.
The unit comes with a light kit that includes dimmable LED bulbs mounted on a standard Edison base. You can then adjust the brightness of the bulbs according to your preference, such as dim during the day and bright at night. You can then enjoy both circulation and illumination from a single furnishing, not to mention that it adds style.
Just one look at this Warehouse of Tiffany fan and you will be enthralled by its sparkly beauty! The crystal-studded fan enhances the appearance of an otherwise plain ceiling while also providing a sparkly glow to the ceiling and walls when it’s turned on.
You can choose to turn on just the top part, the bottom part, or both parts of the prismatic crystal-studded dome, which will give off different vibes. With just the bottom light on, there’s little patterns on the walls; turn on both parts and you will get a slight disco effect; and turn on only the top part and the walls look busy, so to speak. The bottom line: It’s a fan that brings the fun to any room!
The antique bronze patina of the metal parts complement the prismatic crystals’ sparkle so the fan has an Art Deco feel. But it’s still modern enough to be placed in contemporary homes, especially those in tropical climates.
This white Hunter fan with lights is easy to install partly because of its smaller size and lower profile, as well as the inclusion of a balancing kit. Once properly installed, it’s so steady that there’s zero visible wobble. We suggest professional installation, nonetheless, when you can do it for safety reasons.
Just as can be expected from a Hunter fan, the fan’s ultra-quiet when in operation even at its highest speed. You will then get a powerful cooling or warming experience without the unwanted background noise. You can, by the way, change the direction of the blades depending on the weather – downdraft mode in summer to push down cool air, updraft mode in winter to push down warm air.
Understated yet eye-catching are the best words to describe this Merrimack fan and, thus, it’s a great addition to modern rooms. Since it’s a wet rated fan, it can be installed in an outdoor location like a deck or patio; don’t worry as it’s well-sealed and the blades are weatherproof. But professional installation is a must. The java finish on the blades means that the fan can be installed in light- and dark-colored ceilings while the globe-style clear seeded glass shade adds illumination without taking away from its overall design.
Beyond its beauty, it’s the kind of fan with features suitable for every modern home. You can, for example, use a single remote to control two or more fans working in sync while the light fixture works with both LED and non-CFL type bulbs; check the selector switch for it in the controls. You may also use the dimmer to darken or brighten the light, as well as choose the settings for the fan speed (i.e., three speeds).
Yes, this Harbor Breeze Mazon fan may look smaller but what it lacks in size it more than makes up for in a powerful air circulation performance. Keep in mind, however, that it’s best installed in small to midsized rooms (i.e., up to 100 square feet) where the angled blades can work well in distributing air for a cooling or warming effect.
The combination of gray blades and brushed nickel also makes it a truly modern fan with a classic touch. If you don’t want the disco light effect, then it’s a great choice, too, since the light doesn’t dance around, so to speak, as the blades rotate. You will also like that the integrated light can actually be brightened and dimmed while the blades directions can be changed depending on the season.
With its larger and longer blades combined with a powerful motor, this Prominence Home fan is perfect for small to mid-sized rooms, too – up to 350 square feet, in its case. Keep in mind that due to its low profile design, it’s a hugger fan so flush mounting is recommended; use the CRS hugger mounting system for best results. Once installed well, it doesn’t have visible wobble and it is quiet, even at its highest fan speed.
You can also use it year-round to improve the air circulation in whatever room it’s installed in. In winter, select the downdraft mode; in summer, choose the updraft mode – and in either case, your utility bills will likely be lower for it. You can select the speed and mode by using the pull-chains, as well as for turning the fan on or off; the fan can also work with a universal ceiling fan remote if it’s placed too high up.
Don’t be deterred from installing this Hunter fan on your own – or perhaps with a lending hand from a friend – since it’s easy to install. The instructions are easy to follow so there should be little to no issues with it.
Be sure to install the 4-inch downrod according to instructions since it’s crucial in getting the proper distance between the fan and the ceiling. Doing so means better air movement across the room, even when it’s a large room.
With its reversible motor, you can change the direction of the blades’ movement – downdraft in summer, updraft in winter, as previously mentioned for other fans like it. You can then turn off the heating and cooling unit – or perhaps adjust its temperature – since the fan aids in keeping the right temperature.
The brushed nickel part makes the dark-colored blades and white globe light stand out, a combo that adds charm to an otherwise plain ceiling. While it’s for indoor use only, the fan can be installed in nearly all rooms in the house with low ceilings, such as the living room, bedrooms, and basement. Be sure to install it flush to the ceiling so as to prevent wobbling and noise while it’s in operation.
From its low to high speed setting, the fan has little to no noise depending on your distance from its blades. Overall, nonetheless, it’s among the quietest ceiling fans in this list, a true Hunter Fan Company hallmark. Plus, the reversible motor means that it can be used year-round – just change the blades’ direction from downdraft to updraft (i.e., summer to winter) and then back again.
Such is the power of this Westinghouse fan’s motor that its blades can actually blow off loose lightweight objects underneath it. You will find that the low and medium speeds are sufficient to effectively circulate air across the room, whether in summer or winter. The fan’s blades aren’t just beautiful to look at – and these are reversible, too, for a changeable look – but these are wide and long enough for this purpose.
The fan doesn’t need balancing since the fans are already perfectly angled and every part seems to be in perfect placement. When installed properly, it’s also so quiet that you won’t even notice that it’s there except for the more comfortable temperature in the room a few minutes after turning it on.
While the Brightwatts fan isn’t overly ornamental, it still fits the bill of being the best ceiling fan with lights because of its ultra-quiet operation. You will like that it’s so quiet that you can sleep with it overhead or you can go about your daily business without hearing annoying background noises.
With its 52-inch blades, it also provides a good amount of air circulation into a mid-sized room. It’s also more energy efficient than other fans since it uses just 17 watts; in contrast, many fans use up to 65 watts.
When it comes to choosing a ceiling fan with light, the size of the room where it will be placed is the most important factor to consider. The second most important factor is the ceiling height – a taller ceiling requires either multiple fans or a larger fan to circulate more air around the room.
The following fan sizes in relation to room sizes are suggestions only. You may or may not follow them depending on your personal preference, such as when you prefer a smaller fan because of its crystal-like design as against a larger fan with a plain Jane look.
|Room Size||Ceiling Fan Size|
|Up to 75 square feet||36 inches wide or smaller|
|Up to 144 square feet||36 to 42 inches wide|
|Up to 225 square feet||50 to 54 inches wide|
|225 square feet and larger||Either an oversized fan or several fans placed around the room|
Aside from the size of the fan, the number of blades and their angle also matter. But we also want to emphasize that there’s no right or wrong number of blades – the choice is largely an aesthetic instead of a functional one. You may, for example, choose a three-blade fan because it looks more symmetrical than a five-blade fan.
Note: Huge ceiling fans with as many as eight blades are available in the market. But these are usually designed for commercial and industrial use, and these are designed to for gentle air circulation around the room instead of making a cooling breeze.
The blade pitch or angle matters more since it partly determines the amount of airflow generated by a ceiling fan. According to the American Lighting Association, optimum air movement will be generated by a 12-degree to 15-degree blade pitch.
But you can also choose a fan with steeper pitch to their blades for more air movement, especially in a large room or in hotter climates. Generally speaking, the steeper the blades’ angles, the more air that can be churned.
As for the height, the optimum height for ceiling fans in terms air circulation is 8 to 9 feet above the ground. In terms of the distance from the edge of the blades to the wall, it’s between 12 to 18 inches, at least. You may place the ceiling fan higher in relation to the floor but the distance shouldn’t be less than 7 feet for safety reasons.
And don’t forget to check the motor! You can tell whether a motor is powerful or not by checking whether fan creates noise or not when it’s in operation – if it makes an annoying background noise, then it probably isn’t a powerful enough motor.
The overall design of the fan should ideally be your last consideration. You won’t run out of choices since there’s everything from simple to sophisticated, classic to avant-garde, and affordable to expensive.
The best ceiling fans with lights will add more comfort and style to your home so these are excellent investments. You will agree, too, that since these will last for years and years, you’re getting great value for your money.
- 10. Hunter Fan Company Indoor Ceiling Fan with LED Light And Remote Control
- 9. Warehouse of Tiffany Laure Crystal 6-Light Ceiling Fan
- 8. Hunter Fan Company Ceiling Fan with Light and Pull Chain Control
- 7. Harbor Breeze Antique Bronze Downrod Mount Indoor/Outdoor Ceiling Fan with Light Kit and Remote
- 6. Harbor Breeze Indoor Ceiling Fan with Light Kit and Remote
- 5. Prominence Home Low Profile Ceiling Fan
- 4. Hunter Fan Indoor Ceiling Fan
- 3. Hunter Fan Company Indoor Low Profile Ceiling Fan
- 2. Westinghouse Lighting Indoor Ceiling Fan, Light Kit with Frosted Glass
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