I am learning something new this week. Something that I didn’t even realize I was doing until now. I haven’t been sharing images of our home as much as I know some of you readers have been wanting me too, and my excuse is silly. If I feel a room isn’t complete enough, or even up to my standards then I won’t photograph it to share. Prime example is my bedroom. I haven’t hardly shown off my bedroom because I know this is one room, probably the last room, that I will get to redoing and getting furniture for. So why not share it now, right?
Eventually we plan to get new bedding, nightstands, light sconces, a rug and so much more. Actually hang things on the wall etc. But that isn’t just all the fun part of a renovation process, the fun is seeing the before, during and after. Seeing the old furniture not ‘fit’ a space, see two crazy patterned bench cushions piled on one another until we can get around to recovering them in a more neutral and subtle color or pattern. That is all the fun in this game.
However, one thing is certain, and finished in this room and that is the simple, practical fan hanging from our gorgeous wood ceilings. Hunter Fan Company was kind enough to collaborate with us on our home renovation. I had done tons and tons of searching trying to find a fan with a light that wasn’t an eyesore. That is where this matte black Dempsey Fan came into place. The minute I spotted it, I knew it would be the perfect light source to add to our bedroom. You can find this exact one linked here.
This Dempsey Fan from Hunter Fan Company also comes in 2 other colors. We did this exact same fixture, but in white, in Edison’s room which is pictured below. Another great feature to these fans is the blades can be reversible since the opposite side has another color option to choose from. I loved being able to have that option, even though I still went for the monochromatic look.
Brandon was the one who was pretty persistent that we have fans in our bedrooms. I wasn’t big on the idea, but then again, come summertime, I do love having a consistent airflow during the night. We decided to do both the 52 inch blade size for both fans in the home and love how they turned out.