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 ornamental 'hood' is constructed of 'plywood' coated with 'plaster' above a deep base 'coated' with a mix of molded ceramic pipes. A liner 'addition' with the filters, fan, as well as motor fits inside the case. This kind of hood secures a 'major' fashion statement in the kitchen as well as is simple to customize with your favorite of decorative tiles.
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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