IDK what the blades are from, they were on a shelf at Habitat and I thought the spacing looked like Emerson so I grabbed them. Turns out they match the wood in the room almost exactly.
LOL, it's not much different other than the high gloss but any amount of weight I can take off the flywheel is a bonus. I'd do four blades if it didn't look stupid to me that way.
Well thanks for taking note. I'm one of those people who takes time to think about the glass if I possibly can, like the Amphora I don't have much of a choice on since I don't have a variety of bowls, but the FASCO glass for example is NIB Craftmade that really suits well, and I have a good size collection of all kinds of bulbs to make sure it's the right kind of light as well as the right amount.
Post by fancollector12 on Mar 19, 2012 15:58:54 GMT -5
Not much has changed, but I've changed some things around a bit, so:
Family Room: Quorum Celtic (2000/2001) in Cobblestone with Weathered Pine Blades and 5-Light Light Kit w/ Brown Alabaster Swirl Shades and a Remote Control w/ LCD Display Screen
Sunroom: x2 Hampton Bay Easy Streets (2004) in New Bronze with Reversible Dark Cherry/Dark Oak Blades (Dark Cherry Showing) and 4-Light Chandelier-Style Light Kit w/ White Tea-Stained Chandelier-Style Shades and Remote Controls
Master Bedroom: Hunter Stratford I (2001/2002) in Antique Brass with Reversible Dark Cherry/Walnut Blades (Walnut Showing) and 4-Light Fitter with Alabaster Swirl Shades
My Bedroom: Casablanca Panama II (March 3rd, 2011) in Brushed Nickel with 21" Mahogany Blades, K4S Fitter w/ Nuage Blanc Sation Glass and W-85 IT3 Wall Controller and W-65 IT3 LCD Remote Control
My Bedroom Closet: Hampton Bay Metarie (2010) in Brushed Nickel with Reversible Dark Maple/Maple Blades (Dark Maple Showing) and Dome Light Kit w/ White Frosted Shade
Sister's Bedroom: Harbor Breeze Cheshire I 52" (2007/2008) in White with Reversible White/Bleached Oak Blades (White Showing) and 4-Light Fitter w/ Ribbed Frosted Bell-Style Shades
Spare Bedroom: Emerson Midway DC Eco (2011) in Appliance White with Gossamer-Style Appliance White Blades and Integrated Light w/ Frosted Dome Shade, Emerson Six-Speed DC Motor Remote Control
Basement Fans (Not Hooked Up, Just Hanging):
Main Basement Area:
*Harbor Breeze Classic Style 36" (2010) in White with Reversible White/Bleached Oak Blades (White Showing) and Bowl-Style Light Kit with Frosted Shade
*Hampton Bay Littleton (2004 SMC-Made Model) in White with Reversible White/Bleached Oak Blades (White Showing) and Schoolhouse Fitter with No Shade
*Hampton Bay Landmark III Plus 52" (2004) in Polished Brass with Reversible Dark Cherry/Dark Oak Blades (Dark Cherry Showing) and 3-Light Turtle Fitter with No Shades (One of 3 Fans I Own, 2 Antique Brass, 1 Polished Brass)
*Hampton Bay Farmington (2009) in Polished Brass with Reversible Dark Cherry/Dark Oak Blades (Dark Cherry Showing)
*Hunter Coastal Breeze Plus 44" (2001/2002) in White with Reversible White/Pickled Oak Blades (White Showing) and 3-Light Fitter with Alabaster Shades (Former Spare Bedroom Fan, Was Replaced by Emerson Midway DC Eco)
Over Air Hockey Table:
*Hunter Infiniti (1995) in Gloss White with Gloss White Blades (1 of 6 Identical Fans I Own) (Moved Over from Main Basement Area)
Post by fancollector12 on Mar 20, 2012 16:08:40 GMT -5
The Westminster is downstairs in my basement in a box.
The Coastal Breeze Plus was kind of noisy and the switch housing was loose. I won the Emerson Midway DC Eco in a contest from Hansen Wholesale, telling them how I conserve energy in my home. The Emerson moves a lot more air due to the Gossamer blades (sounds like a helicopter at speed six) and is wobble-free. Plus it looks better and cleaner.
Post by fancollector12 on Mar 24, 2012 15:42:34 GMT -5
The DC Eco actually moves an excellent amount of air on speeds 4-6. I just thought I'd try and enter, and didn't expect to win! We probably wouldn't have replaced the CB if I wouldn't have won this fan. I told my parents they could have it just so I wouldn't be wasting a great fan by hanging it in my basement where it wouldn't be hooked up. And it fits the room perfectly!