High & Low: Fab Floor Fans for Fall

High & Low: Fab Floor Fans for Fall

Taryn Williford
Oct 6, 2011

We love the fall. Along with beautiful weather, fall welcomes football season, the re-arrival of Starbucks' Pumpkin Spice Latte and—our favorite part—lower utility bills. We're able to finally cut the A/C and enjoy a few solid months of windows-open perfect temperatures. To get the most comfort from your powered-off period, grab a floor fan like one of these.

The OTTO fan is a great addition to any room in the house. It tackles all of the things you'd like a fan to do—circulate air and keep quiet, namely—plus adds in a gorgeous mid-century aesthetic. Looks don't come cheap, y'all. OTTO will run you $200 from 2modern.com.

Not into the wood look? Then you'll think this Black + Blum Venti Fan is hot. Er—cool. Taking style cues from aviation, this $549 fan can be floor-standing or wall-mounted. Grab one here at MyPopcornMachine.com.

If you're just looking for something inexpensive to get you through until it's heater season? This plastic fan isn't sleek, but it does a great job at moving the cool fall air all around the room. At only $20.49 (from Amazon.com), it's a worthwhile purchase that you can hide away when company comes.

Want something you can leave out all the time? Something so beautiful that, once the weather cools off and it's no longer needed, it almost becomes an art piece? You need the Chromed Clay Furniture Floor Fan by Maarten Baas. Of course, it's priced "upon request." If you have to ask, you can't afford it. (Hint: It's $22,000)

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