The direction in which a ceiling fan’s blades turn has no importance.
It comes down to science! In the winter, the blades should turn clockwise so that the cooler air is pulled upwards to the ceiling. The warm air, which tends to accumulate near the ceiling, is then pushed downwards and able to spread through the room. For the best results, the fan should run at low speed.
Conversely, in the summer, the fan should push the air downwards to create a cool breeze. In this case, the blades should turn counter-clockwise.
Check out your own fan to see what direction it’s turning!