A handsome hugger ceiling fan look in a classic and vintage design, from the Casa Vieja ceiling fan collection.More Details >
This chic Casa Vieja Ancestry hugger chic rubbed white ceiling fan has a handsome look and a stylish design. It features a rubbed white finish motor with white finish blades. Integrated frosted glass light kit.
|Energy Information (at high speed)|
Cubic Feet Per Minute Per Watt
36" to 48" ceiling fans have airflow efficiencies ranging from approximately 71 to 86 cubic feet per minute per watt at high speed.
49" to 60" ceiling fans have airflow efficiencies ranging from approximately 51 to 176 cubic feet per minute per watt at high speed.
Money-Saving Tip: Turn off fan when leaving room
|Category||Features (Mouseover the underlined feature to review its benefits)|
Allows Control of Air Movement: High, Medium, Low
|Fan Name||52" Casa Vieja Ancestry™ Hugger Ceiling Fan|
|Motor Size||188 x 20|
Very Good Airflow
Suited to Large Rooms Over 12'
|Blade Type||Not Reversible Blades|
|Reverse Air Flow||
Save Energy in the Summer & Winter:
When Fan is Off, Flip Blade Direction Switch on Side of Switch Assembly (Location Varies by Model) to Change Seasonal Direction of Blades.
Keep Cool Air Down in Summer With Counter Clockwise Air Flow during Winter, Operate Fan in Clockwise Direction to Keep Warm Air from Rising
Great Value for Customer.
Creates a Designer Look
MFG. Limited Lifetime Motor Warranty + 1Yr Component Parts
Assurance of Quality Product
11515 wall control with independent downlight function
On/Off, 3 speed, Independent downlight function
37824 Hand Held Remote Only
Ability to Control Most Fan Functions From Wall Switch or Remote Control
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
I had an electrician install the fan. I showed him some of the comments previous customers had made...no problems, very smooth installation. Fan and light are gorgeous in my bedroom, very quiet operation, circulates air much better than my old Hunter fan, and I love the dimming capability.
Nice sturdy fan!
This fan is very beautiful when mounted. Most of the mounting procedure was very straightforward. Putting up the motor surround is definitely a 2 person job. I found it easier to purchase 1 1/4 screws to replace the four shorter mounting screws supplied so I could find the mounting holes more easily once close to the ceiling. I could also start the screws by hand instead of trying to find the mounting holes while trying to hold a screwdriver in the screw head, as you would have with the short screws supplied. This is a heavy fan so make sure you have the proper mounting box to mate it to.
I love it! It works well and looks great.
This is a beautiful fn and works great.
Happy with Fan
Ceiling fan very unique. Unlike any other.
I LOVE this fan, it is even more gorgeous in person, best investment I've ever made.. it truly made our room. This looks great in all white/beige room with mix of wood furniture and shabby chic style. Absolutely GORGEOUS.. and no problems at all!!
Great ceiling fan for guest bedroom...circulates air and is attractive...just the right size!
Sometimes the speeds change by themselves without touching anything. Also, the glass dome is defective. The frosting on the inside of the dome is flaking and I've only had it for 3 years in a room that hardly gets used. I had to order a new dome since it's no longer under warranty. It looks nice but for the price it should have been made better.Images/Videos shared by: Rosy
We put this in our sunroom and it looks beautiful. The rubbed finish adds a special touch and the piece is weightier without being overpowering for the size of our room. It looks elegant, the light is closed so not a lot of bugs to be cleaned regularly, and it works well silently.
This is a very beautiful fan, but was a complete pain to install. I am no novice when it comes to installing ceiling fans (this was my 7th one in this house). I am a 53yr old woman who is quite capable of following even complicated instructions, however, let me tell you if you have never installed a ceiling fan do not make this one your first diy project. That is not to say not to get this fan because it is beautiful; just if you do, hire it out because the instructions are useless! In fact they are less than useless. It was only because I have installed so many fans before that I was able to figure out how to get this one up at all. During the wiring process I found that the wire caps included with the fan were much too small and had to use some of my own from ones that I had on hand. If you don't normally have some available I recommend that you pick up some red and yellow wire caps for this project. I normally test the unit to make sure everything is working properly before I get everything tightened up and the blades attached, but with this you can not do that because you must install the wall receptor before you can try anything out as it has a transmitter in it. No where in the "instructions" does it say anything about any of that, so don't be worried if yours is not working yet, and you install like I do, just keep going. The other thing is the Motor cover is made of a plaster like material which is beautiful, however, when you are attaching it to the mounting ring, DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN THE SCREWS or you will make the "plaster" crumble and destroy the mounting holes. I hope some of this helps others who are trying to do it themselves.
This fan style was exactly what I was looking for in my daughter's room. Her room is small but the size was still fine and the hugger function was necessary! The light output is acceptable. I'd say the two halogen bulbs put out similar light as 2 60 watt bulbs. I think they'll be expensive to replace and tricky to find though. The color is antique white or cream. The fan blades are supposed to be the same or a similar color but actually have a definite green cast. Once installed and looking at from underneath, it's not noticeable but straight out of the box the "greenish" blades were a little frightening. The fan is heavy, and, as is necessary with all fans, you should make sure your light's electrical box is re-enforced from above (in the attic). The switch box in our room does not have two incoming live wires (one for light and one for fan). The switch that comes with this fan allows for one wire and still controls the fan and light separately. Meaning, you don't have to put in another wire and you don't have to control the fan from the chain (it does it wirelessly). Love this! Currently, this fan is whisper quiet, moves air really well and looks very nice. Now for the bad, my father and I installed this fan together. I would rate my father's fan installation expertise at the expert level and mine as very good. As there had never been a fan in this room, we needed to re-enforce the the electrical box from above. As I mentioned, this should be done for any fan, so no problem there. When we got to the part where we install the drum (the decorative surround that is against the ceiling), we discovered the holes drilled to hold it up had been drilled in the wrong locations. Initially, we could easily install one of the four necessary screws. The other three were not lined up properly. After some significant man-handling we were able to get two more screws into place. They were in at an angle though. The fourth screw would not go into place so we were forced to create a new hole to line up and hold it all in place. I am confident we did not do anything wrong in the installation or have the drum in the incorrect location as the reverse switch prevents you from placing the drum in the wrong location. Annoying! For us, not a deal killer. But for an individual installing, it would be very difficult to fix this on your own and you'd need some DIY know how. Hopefully, they aren't all built this poorly. Once finished installing, we turned on the fan for the moment of truth only to discover the very first piece installed (the bracket attached to the electrical box) was vibrating against the ceiling and making an awful racket. We proceeded to un-install the entire light and fan. If the edges of the bracket touch the ceiling at all, they will vibrate. We physically pulled the bracket away from the ceiling, but if you pull it too far the drum will be too low and scrape against the fan blades as they go around. You really haveImages/Videos shared by: Kelyn
I use this fan in my upstairs bedroom. The fan is so efficient, I have to adjust the thermostat when it is on.
I love the quietness and moves the air and enough light for the room.