Published at Friday, 21 December 2018. Kitchen Window and Ventilation Hood. By Pedersen Wilda.
Most people probably would have reversed this as well as used the stone on the outside thinking they needed all of that texture, but it is really special with quite authentic looking, while still looking like someone modern lives here.
You 'can' not go wrong with ,rustic, 'textured' beams as well as a lovely stone "hearth" above the range. This look has made the rounds several times over the years, but this one looks quite good now. I think it is because ,they, were restrained in the hue pallet used for the stone as well as then combined it with a more upgraded finish on the island. This creator has an outstanding portfolio of projects with a Mediterranean or Country 'French' design. If this is your 'cup' of ,coffee,, you 'completely' must view the rest of the home related to this kitchen. These have been around for a while, but I think the trick to making them look relevant today is to keep them really simple as well as clean. In this kitchen, the width of this range hood makes it a theatrical focal point.
This kitchen that I recently designed really reflected the historical nature of the home as well as its Georgian architecture. The cabinetry had so many good-looking architectural details that the range hood needed to be good-looking clean as well as classic. This idea was really born from a fireplace mantle of that period. The whole " chimney breast" was paneled with millwork as well as the circular detail on the panel centered over the range hood played well off of the Georgian arched glass cabinets on either side.
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