Monday, February 27, 2012

Ombre Ceiling Fan


I have a fabulous daughter w/ a fabulous room (click here to take a tour). What is not so fabulous is this ceiling fan.

 So I busted out the fan blades and some craft paints.....
 and made it a little more fabulous. TADAA!

So much better!
(when we move, if the next owners prefer something a little less fabulous, they can just switch the fan blades over).  I think the craft room's ceiling fan also wants a make-over.
Update: click Here to see how I painted it red.



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27 comments:

  1. I would have never thought of doing that with paint! Thanks for the great idea. It looks awesome!

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  2. I love this! I neeeeeed my ceiling fans but I hate the way they look, never thought of painting them like this!

    What does it look like when its on? Please answer before I kill myself trying to tape construction paper to the fan over my bed!!

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  3. We have a super ugly ceiling fan in our hall. I should try this if I didn't have a million other craft projects on my list...following from the hop...

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  4. What a great idea! I had thought of painting the blades on one of our ceiling fans. But, of course, I was thinking of making them all the same color! Thanks for your recent visit to the Cottage at the Crossroads. I hope you have fun picking out your stencil.

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  5. The paint colors on the fan match perfectly with the rest of the room! What an unexpected splash of color:)

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  6. Your fan is awesome! I love the sweet colors you chose.. such a perfect match to the the bedspread!

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  7. This is gorgeous!! Would love it if you would link this up at my turquoise lovin' party!! ;) http://www.sweetlittlegals.com/2012/02/turquoise-lovin-27.html

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  8. That is fantastic. Such a great idea. Thanks for sharing at DIYbyDesign.

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  9. How fun, I bet your daughter loves it! :) Thanks for linking up the The Kurtz Corner!

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  10. How cool! I'd love to see the colors change as it spins slowly!

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  11. I love how adventurous you are! What a great result.

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  12. I love how well it goes with the room! Great job.

    -Jazmine
    keepitkrafty.blogspot.com

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  13. How cute is that! Love it! (stopping over from the kurtz corner). I'm a new follower!

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  14. Oh...your daughter is so lucky to have such a crafty momma! Looks fabulous! Thank you for linking up to our party this week! ;)

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  15. what a fun idea! i'd love to see what it looks like when it's spinning! thanks so much for linking up to tip-toe thru tuesday!

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  16. How cute. I would never think to paint a ceiling fan. Love it!

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  17. Love that so much!! I would never have thought of that...I might have to do the one in my kitchen. I will use the same purple that is on the wall...what a great idea!

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  18. I love the way the colors on the fan coordinate with the colors in the room.


    It was an outstanding week of talent at Rook No. 17. Thank you for being a part of the creative energy and spirit that gives “A Little Birdie Told Me…” wings. Hope to see you again at this week’s party!

    Jenn

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  20. Great job.. love the color choice.. so fresh and bold! :)

    Angie from ALI

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  21. The combination of light colors on your ceiling fan has made your room more vibrant and jovial. It also complements the color of your bed blanket and pillows. Hmm.. I guess you do love the color green? True?

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  23. That came out so cute! The Ceiling Fans actually looks stylish now!

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  25. Awesome idea! Who would have thought that it was just a DIY project, right? Maybe you can also paint the brass metal holder of the ceiling fan to match everything with the entire interior design of the room. Anyway, good job on this one!
    Staci Severns @ Brooklyn Fan

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