Adding a ceiling fan is a terrific way to improve so many things about a room. For one, you’ll get a style boost. There are so many stylish, eye-catching, unique styles of ceiling fan out there these days–if you haven’t looked at what’s available in a while, believe me, you’ll be surprised! And of course, you’ll be able to feel more comfortable under a nice breeze. Plus, some fans have lights in them, so you can enjoy brighter and better light.
Influencer Alli Havrilla was in the process of designing her young daughter Willow’s bedroom and knew she would need a ceiling fan. She reached out to us expressing interest in the Hunter Norden 54″ ceiling fan in Fresh White. A great choice!
Inspired by Scandinavian design, Norden features real White Ash wood blades (you can even see the wood grain!) paired with a goes-with-anything white finish that lets the blades take the spotlight. It comes with an LED light, a pre-installed remote and a powerful 6-speed motor for optimal performance.
Hunter is a company with a pretty impressive pedigree, too: they helped to invent the ceiling fan in the first place. It’s one of our bestselling brands!
Enough about how great Norden is, though. Let’s see how this ceiling fan worked out for Willow’s room.
Oh, that’s lovely! You can really see how Norden fits in perfectly with the design theme of the room. It goes well with the relaxed neutrals in the walls, flooring and furnishings.
“I just love the modern three blade style and the light wood matches her room perfectly!” Alli says.
Mother and daughter both praised the output from that powerful 6-speed motor, too.
“It puts off some serious air,” Alli says. “When we turned it on for the first time, Willow said ‘whoa, it’s windy!'”
“I am thinking we need this fan for our master bedroom too!” Alli adds.
See how just one ceiling fan can make all the difference? We’re here to help you find your new favorite fan, too.
Are you an influencer who is interested in working with us? DM us on Instagram! Note that we are no longer able to provide Hunter fans in collaborations.