If your remodeling your kitchen or building a new one, your range hood is an opportunity to incorporate a special design element into your kitchen. It’s a great way to take a traditional looking design and turn it into something memorable. We hope these unique hoods will give you some ideas on how to integrate them into your own kitchen design.
📸: Yellowstone Traditions
This log kitchen in Jackson, Wyoming features a custom steel range hood that blends seamlessly into the design. It has a patinated finish that perfectly offsets the reclaimed-wood walls, ceiling beams and custom cabinets. The design by Yellowstone Traditions!
📸: Andrea Cipriani Mecchi Photography
This range hood has a warm metallic finish that compliments the islands bar stools perfectly. The black gridded lines also tie in well with the design of the the black cabinetry. We personally love the feel and look of luxury in this design, and that range hood is just the icing on the cake.
📸: Steve + Filip design
Zinc is the material used in this Chicago kitchen's range hood, as well as the countertop on the room’s opposite side. The added studs to the strapping brings an industrial quality to the hood, and really ties in well with the rest of the design. Designed by Steve + Filip design.
📸: Gilmans Kitchens and Baths
The designer for this kitchen cladded the range hood in the same quartz material used for the countertops. The fabricator created a custom sheath out of the quartz and attached it using a plywood structure that wraps the vent hood liner.
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📸: Dichotomy Interiors
The range hood in this New York kitchen captures the slope of the ceiling perfectly, calling attention to it through the dark paint color. The light wood floors and pale colored walls balance out the darker elements in this space, giving it a refined look.
We hope this blog post inspires you to think outside the box when it comes to range hoods, and gives you the inspiration you need to get the kitchen of your dreams!