Published at Sunday, 06 January 2019. Kitchen Window and Ventilation Hood. By Pedersen Wilda.
This custom-built 'canopy-style' hood stars the same 'crown' molding as well as 'pecan-color' termination as the 'perimeter' cabinetry; beaded-board 'boards' give the hood a 'characteristic' look. Made to form a 'tentlike' crown for the complete 'cooking' niche, the hood encompasses a counter area as well as 'cabinets' as well as the cooktop. The fan as well as filters, designed as an addition, fit snugly 'within' a liner inside the decorative sheet.
This style hood with a 'stainless-steel' 'backsplash' as well as warming shelf evokes a 'restaurant-style' hood. It conceals a blower 'strong' enough to serve the professional-style 'range' below. Stainless steel is a 'contemporary' material, but the riveted straps as well as 'edging' on this range hood suggest the lid of an old trunk, giving it a form that marries well with the most 'common' kitchen.
One of the most 'common' installations for ventilation hoods are attached to the wall below a bank of cabinets. Although it is 'greatest' for hoods to be discharged to the outside, if the area of your kitchen makes this hard, you can adapt the hood with a 'nonducted' a kit that will recirculate the filtered air. Here, the 'stainless-steel' counter below the hood is 'practiced' for performance, but it can 'also' work as a warming shelf.
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