I have five Harbor Breeze Bella Vista Ceiling Fans with Lights throughout my home: one in each bedroom, one in the kitchen, and one in the living room. During the heat of the summer, I had the ceiling fans on high to cool the rooms while I slept because they're much quieter than my oscillating fan. The Harbor Breeze Bella Vista Ceiling Fan has a three speed reversible motor and five fan blades. There are three candelabra bulb lights in the light fixture with a maximum wattage of 60W, but that's plenty bright enough to light up the entire room. The ceiling fan is very attractive with an antique nickel finish and an ash and mahogany blade finish, and the $59 price tag is very reasonable.
These ceiling fans look like they were a lot more expensive than they really are. However, the Harbor Breeze Bella Vista Ceiling Fan only has a 74.2% airflow efficiency (CFM/watt), not high enough to qualify as an Energy Star rated ceiling fan. And there's no remote control for the ceiling fan, so I have to stand on a chair to reach the pull switches to change the speed or direction of flow. The Harbor Breeze Bella Vista Ceiling Fan does come with a limited lifetime warranty. But if you expect to be using your ceiling fan a lot, then I would recommend buying a more efficient Energy Star rated model.