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Classy Clutter: Prescott View Home Reno, Master Bedroom Sources

Classy Clutter’s blog highlights her glamorous master bedroom makeover featuring the chandelier inspired Hepburn modern ceiling fan in white and modern brass.

“I have never LOVED a ceiling fan because from a design stand point, there are few that aren’t an eyesore. This is the opposite. I have had SO many questions about it and I feel like that’s why we can agree this one takes the cake.”

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The Washington Post: Are ceiling fans the kiss of death for design? Not necessarily. 

The Washington Post Online featured the Symphony smart home ceiling fan and mint Cranbrook modern ceiling fan in its feature on how ceiling fans are “smarter, sleeker and quieter than ever.”

“Picking the right style of ceiling fan can be tough, but brands and retailers have made it easy to shop based on your taste and space. Hunter’s Website (hunterfan.com) lets you shop by look (casual, traditional, global and so on) and then narrow down the options by noting your hardware and flooring.”

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The Denver Post: Ceiling fans that look cool while keeping you cool

The Denver Post highlights a myriad of rustic, vintage inspired ceiling fans and mid-century modern ceiling fans by Hunter Fan Company.

“Ceiling fans are smarter, sleeker, and quieter than ever

It doesn’t matter how design-minded you are- when the temperature approaches triple digits, you want to beat the heat. But ceiling fans are a contentious topic. Blacklisted by designers for being noisy, tacky and outdated, they’re often the first thing to go in a home renovation and a cause for debate in divided households in which one party wants circulation and one wants style.”

Read more at Washington Post Online Syndicates

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USA TODAY: Here’s how Home Alone’s Kevin McCallister would booby trap his home 2017

How could Hunter’s Symphony smart home ceiling fan help Kevin McCallister from Home Alone set the trap for the burglars? USA Today had some ideas.

“When Home Alone debuted more than 25 years ago, poor Kevin McCallister, left behind by his family, was forced to use regular household objects like glue, paint cans, wire, and blow torches to protect his house (and himself) from would- be robbers. Kevin made do with his supplies, successfully booby trapping the house, but we can’t help thinking his would have been a lot easier if he had today’s smart home technology on his side.

Here’s how we imagine Kevin would booby trap his house 2017 with the help of the latest home tech.”

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