This fan is a piece of crap. I can't believe I ordered it, but it looked so nice. When it arrived, I saw that it was made by Harbor Breeze, the in-house brand for Lowe's. No where on Overstock was this made clear. Since we really liked the fan, we installed it anyway, only to find out that the remote for the fan did not work. We could either have a light or a fan. We called the number on the box and were told that a part would arrive in 8 weeks, which gave us the option of still returning the fan. It didn't arrive for 16, and the fan still doesn't work. I had learned in the pass never to buy from Harbor Breeze, but now I know not to buy any type of fixture from Overstock where the brand is not clearly displayed. It is past the point where I can return this, so don't make the same mistake - there's no extra warranty with these things.
This ceiling fan is gorgeous and very quiet. The installation instructions were awful. Fortunately I know a little about installing ceiling fans and I figured it out. The pictures could use a few more words. Recommend using a tall ladder to rest the fan on while wiring to ceiling - otherwise you will need another pair of hands. But the fan sure looks nice when installed. One drawback is the light cover must be removed to access the switch that reverses the fan direction. It cannot be done from the remote. Also, the reverse side of the blades are a dark cherry finish - not shown in the picture - which I call a walnut finish
Bought 6 of these for the new house. They are very nicely made, ok so not 100% wood - who's going to notice that far up anyway? Straight forward install. Lowes had the hardware extensions we needed. They look terrific, modern and fashionable.
Very pleased with the quality of this product, ordered a second one for an adjacent room. We have very high ceilings, and was able to order the necessary downrods from Lowes, that carries this brand. Our electrician could not get the remote to work, and instead installed a 3-way fan switch on the wall (we don't really care about a remote). The light, however, is quite dim, presumably because the remote setting is low. Hopefully the next one will have a working remote!
I furnished my brand new condo completely from scratch, in a mid-century modern style. I have a 1950s-era medium cherry Danish credenza and highboy in the bedroom, and this ceiling fan fit in perfectly! This fan replaced a gothic style ceiling fan that had pull chains and hung down really low from the ceiling. No one knew how awful that old ceiling fan was until I replaced it with this beauty! Lovely clean lines. Very quiet. The light is not very bright, but it will do. I've got other lamps in the room anyway for task lighting. Oh, by the way, the light IS dimmable from the remote, which I think is really cool. The only ugly thing about this fan is the remote control, which is cream colored plastic in the shape of an egg, with gray buttons. I mounted the remote on the wall; not very attractive, but at least it's small. I'm thinking of getting one of those hard-wired fan switches to use with it. I do already have it hard-wired into the light switch, but that only flips it off and on, based on whatever the last settings on the remote were. So of course I need the remote for choosing specific fan levels. I love this fan. If you go to vivadowntown on fb, you can see my photos.