Update of the stuff actually in use inside the house. Most of it has been the same for some time, other than the Saturn which is the latest change from right after I got it. Didn't do the fan room or garage, even though both have changed again, just because I feel it unnecessary.
My bedroom: Casablanca Saturn
Spare bedroom: Casablanca Lady Delta
Family Room: Emerson Crown (don't even get me started on how this came about)
Well, I don't know that they're my choices either but I will explain:
The Saturn looks good in my room, that's the one I for sure like.
The Lady Delta is going to be swapped, I don't like it at all in there but I just never have the gumption to go in and change it.
The Crown I don't have a choice on at the moment. I've lost two IT boards in this room for no apparent reason and I'm not risking another one until I repair or replace the bad boards. We prefer a light, thus I had to use a Hunter remote kit thingy and the only canopy the receiver fits in other than Hunter is the Emerson. All of my Hunters that would fit the room look horrible with light kits.
The basement fans are just whatever. Easily swappable but there aren't many other options since it's gotta be VERY low profile (ceiling barely more than 7'). Realistically I could put any Casablanca where the Panama is, white just makes the ceiling feel higher.
Last Edit: Oct 21, 2011 12:48:46 GMT -5 by Cole S.
Post by fancollector12 on Dec 30, 2011 22:04:39 GMT -5
It's been a long time since I posted in this thread, everything is pretty much the same, but here's the full list:
Family Room: Quorum Celtic (Cobblestone, 2000) Sunroom: 2 Hampton Bay Easy Streets (New Bronze, 2003) Master Bedroom: Hunter Stratford I (Antique Brass, 2001) My Bedroom: Casablanca Panama II IT (Brushed Nickel, 03/03/2011, Fan # 270) My Bedroom Closet: Hampton Bay Metarie (Brushed Nickel, 2010) Sister's Bedroom: Harbor Breeze Cheshire I 52" (White, 2008) Spare Bedroom: Hunter Coastal Breeze III Plus 44" (White, 2001)
Hanging in my basement:
*Harbor Breeze Classic Style 36" (White, 2009) *Hunter Infiniti (Gloss White, 1995) *Hampton Bay Landmark III Plus 52" (Polished Brass, 2003) *Hampton Bay Farmington (Polished Brass, 2009) *Harbor Breeze Armory (White, Motor Dated 03/2002, Fan Dated 2009) *Hampton Bay 1910 Classic (Antique Brass, Possibly Dated 1994)
Yeah, those light kits are well made, I have one in chalk and another in appliance white and they're really nice. Of course you always run the risk of the adjustable arms getting loose, but they seem pretty tight to begin with so hopefully that wouldn't happen very quickly.