What are your cooling options when size is a serious consideration or limiting factor? For some bed or living rooms, small hugger ceiling fans are the best choices. When the chandelier style setup or downrod would overwhelm the room’s look and feel, a flush mount is your best option. Because small low profile ceiling fans also come with light kit options, you can incorporate them into the versatility of your lighting design.
Control small flush mount ceiling fans with a pull chain or opt for a wall switch. Some models also come with remote controls, which makes them very convenient for the bedroom. The right light kit on a 42-inch hugger ceiling fan can quickly turn task lighting into ambient illumination. An uplight option further boosts the versatility of the appliance. Besides that, you can bring cooling technology even into the smallest rooms with short blade low profile ceiling fan models.
Have you been thinking of using smaller fans to support larger models already in the home? In this way, small flush mount ceiling fans with lights could be ideally suited for a laundry room or nursery. That said, other enclosed spaces have different needs. Cases in point are small enclosed blade ceiling fans for garage use or patio installation.