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Hampton Bay Chateau 52 in. De Ville Walnut Ceiling Fan
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Hampton Bay

Chateau 52 in. De Ville Walnut Ceiling Fan

  • Five medium oak blades
  • Dome light with aged champagne glass
  • Standard mounting fan
$199.00 /each

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The Hampton Bay chateau de ville 52 in. de ville Walnut Ceiling Fan has a de ville walnut finish and an intricate scroll and leaf design that will complement many decor styles. The light kit features aged champagne glass and 3 bulbs for brilliant and bright illumination. Featuring a manual reverse function for year-round comfort, this indoor ceiling fan comes with a 3-speed, hand-held remote control for convenient speed and light control. The 5 blades with a 14 Degree blade pitch and 52 in. blade sweep help move air efficiently with whisper-quiet, wobble-resistant operation. Pair with other pieces from the chateau de ville Collection for a sophisticated and elegant lighting and decor scheme throughout your home. Bulbs included. UL listed. Lifetime motor warranty.

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Will the fan run from light-switch on wall (in addition to, or besides the remote control)?

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Stepha
August 26, 2013
The room in which I envision using this fan is pre-wired for a fan, including the light switch on the wall. Will I be able to control the fan using the light switch, or can you ONLY use the remote? (Or can both remote and wall switch run the fan?)
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January 22, 2014
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I wanted a dimmer control light switch and the remote. Was not able to do so because of our wiring. According to our re-modeling electrician another electrical line would have to be installed in order for the fan to "read" the dual command. I am not electrically verse so I understood what he was saying just having trouble relaying.You can use the light switch for basic on and off, light and fan, and the Read More
I wanted a dimmer control light switch and the remote. Was not able to do so because of our wiring. According to our re-modeling electrician another electrical line would have to be installed in order for the fan to "read" the dual command. I am not electrically verse so I understood what he was saying just having trouble relaying.You can use the light switch for basic on and off, light and fan, and the remote for changing fan speed and light brightness. Haven't had any issues. Hope this helps. Read Less
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January 9, 2014
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Yes, it has the usual three wires -- two for fan power and one extra for light power, so if you have two wall switches dedicated to the fan it should work as usual. The only problem might be for fan speed. Since there's no pull chain for fan speed, I think you would have to use a fan speed wall switch to change the fan speed. I wired my light to the wall switch and used the wireless remote to only Read More
Yes, it has the usual three wires -- two for fan power and one extra for light power, so if you have two wall switches dedicated to the fan it should work as usual. The only problem might be for fan speed. Since there's no pull chain for fan speed, I think you would have to use a fan speed wall switch to change the fan speed. I wired my light to the wall switch and used the wireless remote to only control fan speed. Read Less
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Cameron Park, CA, USA
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October 8, 2013
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Yes you can use the wall switch. Just don't install the remote component if you don't want it. I installed it and I also use the wall.
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winston salem, nc
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October 8, 2013
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Yes, in fact I use the light switch to run this fan in my living room.
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October 3, 2013
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you can wire it to the switch to provide power, but there is no way to adjust the fan speed. that is done only with the remote.
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North Richland Hills, TX, USA
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September 14, 2013
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remote only, but light switches must be on at all times.
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Mableton, GA, USA
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September 8, 2013
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it will run in addition to the remote; the wall switch gives it power & the remote controls the speed. If you connect it to the wall switch, you cannot use the remote to power it on, only control the speed. Depending on your wiring & you have 2 switches, you can use one to turn on the light & the other to power on at what ever your previous speed setting was.
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Cape Coral, FL, USA
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August 27, 2013
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Depending on how you wire it, you should be able to run it with the wall switch or remote but please remember the wall switch controls actual electricity. If it is in the off position there is no way the fan motor or the lights can be turned on using the remote only. I leave in the on position all day using the remote to turn on/off the light or fan as I wish and when going to bed I shut off the wall Read More
Depending on how you wire it, you should be able to run it with the wall switch or remote but please remember the wall switch controls actual electricity. If it is in the off position there is no way the fan motor or the lights can be turned on using the remote only. I leave in the on position all day using the remote to turn on/off the light or fan as I wish and when going to bed I shut off the wall switch. Read Less
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Albuquerque, NM, USA
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August 27, 2013
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You can turn the fan/light on by using the wall switch but you must set the fan ( on,off, speed,etc.) by the remote control. Then you can turn it on and off with the switch. We had the remote mounted on the wall next to the switch so we can use it like a switch and not a remote because if you lose the remote you are in trouble.
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Winter Springs, FL, USA
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August 27, 2013
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If the fan was left in one of the on positions on the remote when you turned off the wall switch, when you turn the wall switch back on the fan go back on to the speed that was set on the remote when you turned off the wall switch. Same is true for the light. Whatever position the light switch was in when you turned off the wall switch, when the wall switch is turned back on, it will return to that Read More
If the fan was left in one of the on positions on the remote when you turned off the wall switch, when you turn the wall switch back on the fan go back on to the speed that was set on the remote when you turned off the wall switch. Same is true for the light. Whatever position the light switch was in when you turned off the wall switch, when the wall switch is turned back on, it will return to that setting. Both the fan and the light operate independly, so whatever position was set when the wall switch was turned off, that position will return when the wall switch is turned back on. Read Less
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North Royalton, OH, USA
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August 26, 2013
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Yes, with no problem for both the light and fan. I use it either way, remote and wall. As I too had my old fan wired from the wall.
Most of the time we use the remote, you will find it very convenient.
But in a word..YES, it works both ways for us. You will love the fan, it is so classy, we especially like the dimmer light on the remote. We can dim it down so it is more like a night light or make it Read More
Yes, with no problem for both the light and fan. I use it either way, remote and wall. As I too had my old fan wired from the wall.
Most of the time we use the remote, you will find it very convenient.
But in a word..YES, it works both ways for us. You will love the fan, it is so classy, we especially like the dimmer light on the remote. We can dim it down so it is more like a night light or make it bright with the remote control. Your old light switch may not work the dimmer light part of the fan, my electrician disconnected it. Read Less
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Can any other light kits be used to increase the light output of the Chateau Deville fan?

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August 11, 2013
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February 9, 2015
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A simpler solution is to replace the 40 watt incandescent bulbs with dimmable LED bulbs with a candelabra base. I used the EcoSmart flame tip LED bulbs from Home Depot that are the "60 watt equivalent". Not cheap but significantly increased the light output, reduced total current draw compared to incandescent and should last a long time.
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Hampton, VA
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June 11, 2014
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You can't put a different light kit on this fan, but the globe cover could possibly be changed out to a lighter glass, emanating more light.
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Cameron Park, CA, USA
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October 8, 2013
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yes its a typical light kit installation. however, I would recommend using a hampton bay kit as they will connect much easier. Adding any other kit will change the look of this light. I would recommend using the brightest lightbulb allowed. Which unfortunately is not that bright.
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October 3, 2013
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no, I don't think so. the light from mine was dim also. I would suggest using stronger (brighter) bulbs.
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September 17, 2013
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possibly 60 watt led's with the small base, they were not available at me local Home depot but may be online.
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North Richland Hills, TX, USA
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September 14, 2013
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Do not know, but looks custom for this fan only.
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Winter Springs, FL, USA
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August 27, 2013
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I dont't think so.
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North Royalton, OH, USA
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August 17, 2013
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I have no idea..ya might call HAMPTON BAY CORP.
YOU CAN FIND THE NUMBER ON THE BOOKLET OR ON-LINE.
THEIR CUSTOMER SERVICE IS VERY GOOD.
THE WORST IS TO PAY AN ELECTRICIAN TO LET YOU KNOW IF YOU CAN CHANGE VOLTAGE-WATTS OF THE LIGHTS TO UPGRADE IT....BUT IF IT WERE ME...I WOULD CALL HAMPTON BAY...
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Cape Coral, FL, USA
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August 12, 2013
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Don't think so. The glass globe might be interchangeable w a clear type but that would be distracting from the intended "look" of this fan. It is really quite attractive and fits a classical interior look perfectly. The intricate designs are surprising considering the low cost of this fan
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HOW DO I ORDER 2 FT EXTENSION ROD FOR THIS FAN?

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DON
August 3, 2013
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Parsons, Tn
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March 21, 2014
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I don't know....We need a 2 ft. rod as well. It looks okay, but a longer rod would look better. If you find out let me know, too. We have 10 ft ceilings.
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winston salem, nc
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October 8, 2013
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I needed a 72" downrod for this ceiling fan so I just picked one up at Home Depot. Not an exact match but I bought the bronze. Looks great!
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North Richland Hills, TX, USA
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September 14, 2013
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That was a problem, had to go to lowe's to get a walnut 2 foot extension rod, Home depot of the manufacture of the fan, this is not offered or in stock at the store.
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Mableton, GA, USA
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September 8, 2013
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Home Depot has some generic ones on the shelf in the store, but the color is not the same.
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Winter Springs, FL, USA
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August 27, 2013
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I would go to Home Depot and see if they have one in the color you want. If they don't, they can tell you what to do.
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Albuquerque, NM, USA
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August 15, 2013
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Go on line to home depot and look up ceiling fan rod and the size and order it.
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Baton Rouge, LA, USA
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August 13, 2013
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I ordered 2 of this same fan. For my den the length was ok, but for my Kitchen the rod was too long, so we cut/sawed the pole to desired measurement and drilled a hold in it. This is just a suggestion, it was a little work, but worked out great.
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Cape Coral, FL, USA
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August 6, 2013
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I used the rod from the existing fan and spray painted it. You can also get these
Rods from Home Depot in sizes up to 4 ft.
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how far does the fan hang from ceiling?

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I have a 9 ft. ceiling and am wondering if it will hang too low.
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October 24, 2016
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I have not measured but approx. 18 Inches
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Riverside, CA
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April 25, 2016
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We have a 10' ceiling where the fan is mounted. We got a longer down rod of 18". The lowest part of the fan, which is the light, is 7'4" from the floor. The blade is 8' from the floor.
The down rod that came with the fan is 12".
The fan with the 18" down rod hangs down to the lowest point from the ceiling at about 32". With a 12" down rod, this would be about 26".
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We have a 10' ceiling where the fan is mounted. We got a longer down rod of 18". The lowest part of the fan, which is the light, is 7'4" from the floor. The blade is 8' from the floor.
The down rod that came with the fan is 12".
The fan with the 18" down rod hangs down to the lowest point from the ceiling at about 32". With a 12" down rod, this would be about 26".
By the way, we are quite pleased with this fan & its operation. I replaced the incandescent bulbs with LEDs. Even though the LEDs are dimmable, the dimming function works somewhat, but once it gets to a certain level, they turn off. Read Less
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April 25, 2016
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This fan comes with a 4.5" and 12" DR. You can use either DR but if you want to use the decorative DR accent you will need to use the 12" DR. On a 9' ceiling that will put your fan at 8' using the 12" DR.
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April 24, 2016
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This fan hangs 25.19 inches top to bottom.
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 166 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Beautiful looking fixture. Found it on Home Depot's website. Don't know why its not carried in stores. We have a vaulted ceiling and the fan looks great. The only problem is that there was an issue after it was installed. The light would only come on for a second and then shut off. Contacted Customer support and now waiting for replacement light kit. Seems a number of other purchasers had the same problem. Otherwise I would give this a five star rating. Keeping my fingers crossed that the replacement kit fixes the issue. October 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Pretty fan This is a very pretty fan. I don't care much for most ceiling fans, especially light kits, but this one is attractive. It was a little small for my vaulted bedroom, but it works. Mounted on long down rod and still has no wobble, quiet, and remote works good. My only complaint is that I cannot reverse the direction with the remote - that feature proved difficult to find in an attractive fan. Also be aware that the glass on the light kit provides an amber glow - doesn't bother me, but might not be what you are looking for. As you can see in the picture, it is very different from the LED can lights. I like this in my bedroom, but probably would not want it in my living room. May 3, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by I expected much more when purchasing a ceiling fan costing this much. Unable to get it balanced for wobble free use. Blades rubbed on one side of the motor and you can clearly see the tolerance on one side is different than the other. Terrible will not be purchasing this brand in the future, what a disappointment. October 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This ceiling fan is so beautiful and compliments my living room perfectly. It was easy to assemble and install by my contractor. I wanted a fan that was unique and this one exceeded my expectations. I'm very happy with my selection. October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Beautifully decorated ceiling fan. Adds pizazz to any room. Quiet motor, ample lamp lighting. So glad I bought this for our family room! October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Ceiling Fan The fan looks fantastic in the master bedroom and was very easy to install. May 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love this fan Have this in my dining room very quiet, runs 24/7 has remote. Didnt think id like remote but i do. Hung it on wall. I would buy this fan again September 29, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best Purchase ever The fan is gorgeous, heavy duty, lovely lighting and very good at cooling off the kitchen. It is by far the most beautiful fan I could find and we are very pleased with it in every way. It does take a while to assemble, but it was worth it. The motor is heavier than our old fan and required a bigger box to mount it in. Love it. August 17, 2016
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