Harbor Breeze Sage Cove Ceiling Fan Review

The Harbor Breeze Sage Cove Ceiling fan is handsome. With it’s somewhat darker finish, it works well in a room with rustic décor or modern outlook. The finish is of a somewhat darker bronze (but not too dark). The frosted light kit is of a bowl design or shape. The fan is has a 44 inch blade span, so one thing to consider is it works well in smaller rooms – not larger ones. The fan can move up to 3,931 CFM, so it works for rooms that are up to 100 square feet. The fan features three speeds, and also offers a reverse setting (like many fans) so that you can cool in the summer and heat in the winter.

As we mentioned earlier, the finish on this fan is bronze. The blades have a toffee cocoa finish, which is unique and as mentioned, handsome and appealing. With that being said, there is also another finish that we can look at below. So depending on your décor choice, the secondary finish may also work for your room.

There is also a Sage Cove model with a satin nickel finish. We show the differences in how these fan finishes look below.

Harbor Breeze Sage Cove Ceiling Fan
Harbor Breeze Sage Cove Ceiling Fan, with a bronze finish. Not bad, however if you’re looking for a more modern look or something to match stainless steel appliances, you may want to consider the brushed nickel finish below.

 

Harbor Breeze Sage Cove with Satin Nickel Finish
Sage Cove fan with a satin nickel finish. You can see the differences are mostly on the blade arms, where the fan blades connect to the fan. The satin nickel is also noticeable at the base of the fan.

In both cases, the fan blades have that toffee cocoa finish that we spoke of. The satin nickel finish is a good choice, if you’re looking for a more modern look, and trying to match up the decor with perhaps a set of new stainless steel appliances, as an example. It depends on the look you’re going for (or the one you already have, that you’re trying to match).


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