When is a chandelier not just a light fixture? When it hides a ceiling fan inside its framework. Then it’s a ‘fandelier’ — functional and stylish. The styles of these hybrid fans/light fixtures vary widely, but the dual functionality of light and air movement remains. To see all of our "fandelier" entries, visit the August issue.
Natural Rattan wicker forms a sloping drum shade on the Tulum outdoor Fandelight from Maxim Lighting. Features an LED lighting ring with dark bronze outdoor coatings on metalwork. www.maximlighting.com
The Hunter Roswell fandelier features a caged exterior, 16-inch blades and a 42-inch overall diameter. Designed for smaller spaces with a whisper-quiet motor. www.hunterfan.com
Hinkley’s Sawyer will inject any outdoor living experience with the warm, cozy ambiance of an indoor setting. Available in several finishes with composite material fan blades and clear seedy glass. www.hinkley.com
The Marilyn from Minka-Aire features a 30-inch, 3-blade ceiling fan in a coal finish with coal blades and etched opal glass. www.minkagroup.net
The Kerring from Fanimation adds a touch of mid-century modern charm to a space. This 32-inch fan has 10 3.8-watt energy-efficient LED bulbs with opal frosted globes and a 3-speed fan. Satin brass finish and clear fan blades. www.fanimation.com
This Kichler fandelier is designed for smaller area installations such as landings or small bedrooms. This beautiful industrial exterior hides a functional fan mechanism. www.kichler.com