There is only two fans in my house. One in my room and one on the porch.
The one in my room is a Ritz Ceiling Heat Fan
The other one is some crappy outdoor ceiling fan that I really want to replace.
At my grandmothers:
A 1998 Encon Vintage is in her kitchen that I put up for her on Thanksgiving. This Encon replaced one of the crappiest Hampton Bays I have ever touched. Its actually a pretty good fan.
In her bedroom is a 90's Hampton Bay? I am not sure but it looks a lot like my raleigh plus but with rounded blades.
She used to have a pb gev fan in her hallway that I used to be deathly afraid of. I have an old picture of it and it almost looks like a Casa Zephyr. It was removed along time ago unfortunately Here is the picture of it.
The Artisan look perfect in the living room, not sure about the Crown though.
The polished brass Delta II is beautiful, particularly because of the stencil blades!
It seem that most of the Casas in the basement are hanging on generic ball & sockets.
I've caught the stack motor bug when it comes to fans installed in the house. They're just so quiet, most of my spinners and direct drives that would look any good are so noisy compared to a stack motor.
Glad you like the Artisan. I'm marginal about the Crown, but I think the white works, and the ornateness of it adds a certain contrast that is very appealing. I should've taken a pic further back as well, it looks better in context with the room.
I knew you would like those stencil blades.
They all hang on generic ball/socket mounts. For awhile now I've converted every fan I hang down there from its original mounting to generic because it's so much easier to handle, but specifically Hang-Tru and Sierra mounts, because #1: because of the wood block I can't put the screws in through the mounting bracket, and I don't want to drill holes above for them to pass, and #2: I would have to leave the hatch off to allow the wires to pass inside as there is no access above to pass them into the canopy.