Range Hood Ideas – Stylish Designs from Modern to Traditional

31+ Range Hood Ideas

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Rustic Kitchen with Pink Stacked Tiled Island

The delicate and lovely pink tone surrounds and makes a big impact in this rustic kitchen, providing a warm and inviting environment! The pink cement-tiled kitchen island is the first thing that draws the eye. The wood countertop and wicker counter chairs complement the pink tiles. The same hue of pink is utilized for the eye-catching range hood design, which gives it a one-of-a-kind look. With a beautiful view of nature behind it, the window backsplash functions as a piece of art and adds to the room’s spaciousness.

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Modern Industrial Kitchen with Reddish Subway Tiles

This modern kitchen has an industrial charm thanks to its brick-look backsplash tiles and natural textures. Because of the white grouting, the crimson subway tiles make a strong focal point here. Gray cabinetry and black counters give the space a clean and professional look. The black stainless steel range hood completes the sleek industrial look. The higher cabinets with glass fronts on the right side serve as a display unit for kitchenware, adding visual interest.

Range Hood Ideas

Extracting grease and odor particles from the air, range hoods are one of the most important functional elements of kitchens that improve the quality of air significantly. But in this blog, we will explore them with a focus on their aesthetic features and how they also improve the overall look of the design. In today’s world, not surprisingly, we encounter creative range hood ideas, including the exposition of the range hoods to make them the centerpiece and hiding them in fixtures to add extra character and style to the kitchen.

Statement Maker Range Hood Ideas for Both Style and Functionality

Featuring disguises ranging from wood to marble, steel, brass, copper, and tile dressing options, range hoods are highly customizable and can be given any form with a few touches. They can even melt into the background when their dress matches the backsplash or the wall. Or, on the contrary, they can create contrasts, which depend on the impact homeowners wish to achieve. If you want to activate your imagination and see your options with range hoods, just scroll down to discover some creative range hood ideas.

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Transitional Kitchen with Concrete Range Hood Ideas

Besides their functionality, range hoods can also be a statement maker element that elevates the entire look, as you see in this transitional kitchen. Thanks to its oversized design and concrete texture, this gray range hood creates a striking focal point without breaking the elegant and sleek appeal of the kitchen. The full-height white subway tile backsplash is an excellent choice as a timeless backdrop. On the other hand, the wood kitchen island with a concrete top complements the natural charm of the range hood, making a cohesive final touch.

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Unique Kitchen Island Design with Quartz Slabs

If you are looking for a more modern look, consider placing the range hood above the island! In this contemporary kitchen, the island is the real show stopper that creates a focal point at the heart of the room. Even though this island has already an attractive appearance thanks to its quartz slabs and two-tiered design, installing the range hood above it highlights more this area, enhancing impact.

How to install the range hood?

First, make sure that the power is turned off. Then, start with removing the old range hood by unscrewing all the wire nuts and disconnecting pieces from each other. At this time, it’s better to have a partner. While one is supporting the range hood, the other can loosen the screws.

The range hoods generally come with stoves. However, if you are buying them separately or the home improvement project only includes the range hood change, then make sure that the new hood is the same size as the stove and will cover it fully. The second thing to take notice of is to leave at least 24 inches between the stove and the hood. If you are replacing the old one where all the ductwork is complete, things will remain easy. But if you are doing everything all over again, then it gets more complicated in the next steps.

Installing the ducted range hood:

1) Plan the ductwork, keep the route as short as possible, and use the fewest elbows possible.
2) Measure 24-inches or the required distance between the stove and the hood and mark it to make sure where you will make the hole. If there is a template that comes with the instructions, then use it.
3) Inside your kitchen, drill an opening for the ductwork and the electrical wires. Make the duct connector slide into the ductwork and take care of the electrical connections. Install the ductwork to ensure that it leads to the outdoor safely.
4) Drill mounting brackets and screws into the wall or the cabinet ( if it is going to be hidden inside a cabinet)
5) Check if the vent matches the ductwork for vented range hoods. If not, do the necessary adjustments and screw the hood into the cabinet or the wall.
6) Outside the house, cut a hole 1-2 inches larger than the diameter of the duct. The cap needs to be attached to the duct to keep dirt and debris accumulated in the duct.
7) Run the duct back to the range hood, and if there are any uncovered connections, cover them with aluminum foil tape.
8) Make sure to fasten the cap outdoors and range hood indoors.
9) Turn the power on, just to make sure that everything functions smoothly.

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Modern Kitchen with White Quartz Backsplash and Floating Shelves

Marble textures are always luxurious because of their natural veinings! Marble, on the other hand, is one of the most valuable materials and may cost a lot. But don’t worry, quartz slabs in today’s market provide this exquisite texture at significantly lower rates. So, if you’re going to integrate this material, why not utilize it for your range hood as well? In this manner, you can get a clean, continuous look with your quartz backsplash while also emphasizing the effect of the slabs. You can even use the same material to accent the range hood with floating shelves!

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Transitional Kitchen Design with White Range Hood Ideas

If you want to catch a timeless elegance, the white color will never fail you down!! As you can see in this transitional kitchen, the purity, and cleanliness of the white serve as a sleek backdrop with the elongated hexagon tiles and the range hood. The plain and minimalist design of the range hood allows the backsplash tiles to stand out. The black grout of the tiles and the wood floating shelves enhance the visual interest of this accent wall. For a final touch, the gray marble countertop enhances the sense of luxury.

What is a convertible range hood?

In the market, you find three types of range hoods in terms of mechanical differences, which are ducted, non-ducted, and convertible range hoods. Vented or ducted range hoods expel the air to the outdoors, making less noise as the vent can be installed in the ductwork. But for the same reason, it is harder to install them.

Secondly, ductless range hoods house a fan that pulls the old air and filters it before releasing it back into the room. They are effective in trapping grease and odor particles, but in terms of performance, they are not efficient as the ducted ones.

Finally, a convertible range hood offers both systems. It means that a range hood either can be installed with external venting/ ductwork or ventless/ ductless installation. They come with fans and hookups that enable connecting them to a ventilation system and conversion kits bought separately. For the variety of uses, it offers, it is more expensive than the other ones.

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Black and White Kitchen with Stainless Steel Range Hood Ideas

All range hoods ventilate cooking odors, but this stainless steel one does it with style! With its oversized design, this metal range hood makes a statement on the white quartz slab backsplash and enhances the contemporary aesthetic. For the rest, the matte black kitchen cabinets dominate the space and provide a sleek and elegant appeal. The two-tiered kitchen island serves as an additional cooking space and breakfast nook. The brass-detailed pendant lights create a focal point above the island, adding a dose of glam

Material Options for Range Hood

Material options for a highly-customizable range hood fixture show a significant amount of diversity. The homeowners can either hide the hoods in wood, tiles and natural stone panels or present them as they are. Also, as the hoods are gaining a more futuristic character to the advanced technology, they can be exhibited without being hidden in any fixture especially in contemporary designs which favor sleek lines and cutting-edge vibes.

Wood Range Hood Ideas

Wood range hoods are always welcome in all sorts of kitchen designs whether it is a farmhouse, modern, or contemporary. They always have a rustic flavor attached to them, bringing an earthy delight and emanating a sense of warmth. They can be complemented with brass fixtures and, white and off-white cabinets for more sleek and monochromatic designs. To evoke a cottage flair, green, dark, gray, or distressed-looking cabinets can be incorporated into the design.

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Contemporary Kitchen with White Cabinets and Wood Range Hood Ideas

Reeded pieces are a popular décor trend in recent days, so why not incorporate one into your kitchen with a range hood? In this contemporary kitchen, the wood range hood becomes the focal point of the space with its stunning paneled design. The wood open cabinets and the kitchen island complement the natural texture of the hood. Keeping the rest of the kitchen white allows these wood textures to stand out while providing a clean and fresh foundation. The matte black cabinet hardware makes a contrasting final touch to enhance the modern appeal.

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Oversized Wood Range Hood Ideas with Marble Slab Backsplash

Sleek, elegant, and modern. This custom-made range hood is definitely a statement maker that instantly elevates this transitional kitchen!! The natural texture and medium-tone shade creates a focal point between the white flat-panel cabinets. The marble backsplash creates a cohesive look with the hood, adding a dose of luxury to the design. The wood kitchen island with granite top complements the warm and inviting appeal of the hood.

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White Kitchen Cabinets with Gray Stacked Tile Backsplash

Including wooden textures in a white kitchen is sleek modern kitchen space, the dark wood elements, like the custom hood and open cabinets, bring variety to the predominantly white space while elevating the overall design. The combination of the gray stacked tile backsplash with the white and wood color palette adds a delightful textural dimension that blends seamlessly.

How much cfm for the range hood?

The cubic feet per minute abbreviated as cfm refers to how much air the vent can pull each minute, or cubic feet per minute. Good-quality residential range hoods’ Cfm is generally between 300 and 500. However, this number changes. For example for gas stoves, it is required for cfm to be 600-900 because of the intense heat and smoke a gas stove produces. For Barbeque hoods, of course, this number rises even higher.

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White Subway Tile Backsplash with Shaker Style Cabinets

This transitional kitchen oozes timeless beauty with an exquisite combination of black, white and wood that will definitely fascinate for years to come. The white shaker cabinets exemplify a timeless design and provide a sophisticated foundation for this kitchen. The white subway tile backsplash produces an incredibly open and large feeling. The eye-catching wooden range hood stands out among the clean white cabinets and matches the wood island with a sparkling white quartz surface.

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Farmhouse Kitchen with Navy-Blue Island and Wood Accents

Designing a wood range hood doesn’t mean that you have to cover all the surfaces of the hood. As you can see in this farmhouse kitchen, you can incorporate the warm sense of wood with the addition of a trim. And you will be shocked that even this small detail of how to make a big impact on your kitchen! Showcasing a timeless appeal, the white shaker cabinets become the foundation of the space. The white herringbone backsplash and stainless steel oven perfectly complete the sleek and elegant look of the shaker-style cabinetry. On the other hand, the navy-blue kitchen island creates a striking focal point at the heart of the kitchen by adding a pop of color.

Metal Range Hood Ideas

Stainless steel, copper, brass, and zinc are just a few of the metals used to make range hoods. Each has different finishes that substantially alter the texture of the materials. The polished finishes and stainless steel hoods are advantageous for a shining surface. Additionally, ones that have an oxidized appearance provide a lived-in vibe with a rustic flavor to them!

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Industrial Kitchen with Full-Height Subway Tile Backsplash

If you are designing an industrial flair for your kitchen, stainless steel appliances will be a perfect match. In this spacious kitchen design, the stainless steel range hood perfectly completes the industrial aesthetic of the exposed pipes and brick look wall tiles. These white subway tiles act as an exposed brick wall that enhances the overall look. On the other hand, the light gray kitchen cabinets and peninsula soften the atmosphere.

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Green and Black Kitchen Cabinets with Mosaic Tile Backsplash

If you are looking for some statement maker details for your kitchen, this circular range hood will do the job! With its circular shape, this range hood softens the overall look that contains sharp edges and a contrasting color scheme. The mosaic tile backsplash behind the hood enhances the impact, creating an accent wall. Using darker shades such as green and black for the rest of the kitchen provides a sophisticated appeal and brings depth to the space.

Does a range hood need to be vented outside?

It depends on the range hood you get. If you get a ducted hood, then yes, it needs to be vented outside. But for convertible and ductless range hoods that rather are specialized in recirculating the same air after purifying it through a filter, hoods don’t have to be vented outside.

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Blue Kitchen with Marble Slab Backsplash and Brass Accents

The overwhelming presence of flat-panel kitchen cabinets in a beautiful blue shade offers a clean and stylish foundation in this design. Between the cabinets, a dramatic marble slab backsplash grabs attention and gives a sense of richness. A brass range hood is masterfully blended to provide a sumptuous environment with a sense of elegance. Finally, the dazzling white quartz countertops add a luminous finishing touch that adds to the overall impression of space in this wonderful environment.

Design tip: If you need additional storage space for your kitchen, a kitchen island might be the best place to do it! As you see here, this island maximizes functionality with its cabinets and open shelves.

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Black Metal Range Hood Ideas with Marble Backsplash

Consider utilizing different colors on your range hood to create a focus point! The black range hood stands out against the white cabinetry in this farmhouse kitchen, creating an emphasis wall. The marble mosaic tile backsplash creates a clean and modern backdrop for the hood while also adding texture. While the gray kitchen island softens the stark contrast between the black and white, the granite countertops and brushed nickel accessories highlight the classic aesthetic’s timeless elegance.

Tiled Range Hood Ideas

If you want to hide the range hood for a clutter-free design, you can envelop the hoods with the same material as the backsplash. Though we are accustomed to seeing marble, quartz, or other natural stone panels coating the hoods, it is less common to see them tiled. But tiling the range hoods is also a clever idea that adds dimension to the walls and accomplishes a uniform look.

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Navy-Blue Kitchen Cabinets with Beige Zellige Tiles

The beige Zellige tiles clad the shelves and chimney breast, creating a nice textural backdrop. The navy-blue kitchen cabinets create contrast against the beige tiles and bring depth to the space. At the heart of the kitchen, the pink island with a white quartz countertop adds some romantic feel with its pastel shade. The patterned encaustic floor tiles complement the pink color of the island while adding another layer of texture.

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Eclectic Kitchen with Mustard Yellow Cabinetry and Wood Countertop

This eclectic kitchen serves a bunch of personalities with a combination of different textures and colors. Here, the white square subway tile backsplash draws attention at first sight. Thanks to its black grouting, these white tiles exude the timeless elegance of the classic running bond pattern. The same tiles are also used for the range hood, creating a continuous look. For the base, the mustard yellow cabinets and the dark wood countertop provide a warm and welcoming atmosphere.

Range Hood Applications in Different Kitchen Styles

As range hoods occupy a great amount of space on the walls, the way they are presented makes a lot of difference in terms of maintaining the kitchen’s design style. In transitional kitchens, stainless steel hood is sometimes kept as they are or sometimes hidden in a more classical fixture. Farmhouse, rustic, and traditional kitchens favor bulky range hood dressings, while modern kitchens employ rather sleek lines and use the same material of the backsplash to envelop them just to create a clutter-free look. Now let’s look into the range of hood applications in different kitchen styles more closely.

Modern Range Hood Ideas

Modern kitchens love clutter-free looks which makes it necessary to hide the range hood in marble, wood, and quartz-clad dressings. Though, wood applications are recontextualized through a refined architectural language than rather bringing something completely rustic. Overall, modern kitchens are experts at hiding hoods without letting them break up the streamlined look.

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Modern White Kitchen with Circular Range Hood Ideas

If you’re searching for something a little unusual, this white range hood that reaches all the way to the ceiling may be it! Its distinctive cylindrical-shaped chimney complements the modern white overall look. The matte black accents, on the other hand, offer a stark contrast and increase visual intrigue.

Design tip: This type may not work on a four-burner range, but it is ideal for this conventional cooktop.

How high above range should hood be?

Generally, it is recommended to leave a space of 20″ to 24″ between the hood’s bottom and the cooktop. For gas stoves, the distance differs slightly, ranging from 24″ to 30″. But this goes for the indoor hoods. For outdoor hoods, they can be 36 to 42 inches above the cooktop. Because of the intense heat of the BBQ grills, it required an extra distance. And it is always better to check the manufacturer’s instructions and see the specified or advised distances.

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Contemporary Black and White Kitchen with Red Accents

The bold red details, such as the fridge and the stools, stand out against the monochromatic color scheme and add a vintage feel to the space! Rather than covering the entire wall, backsplash tiles are set in a distinctive pattern. The unfinished appearance of the white hex tiles adds liveliness to the overall aesthetic. The gray wall paint helps the backsplash tile to stand out. The white perimeter cabinets, black upper cabinets, black range hood, and white floating shelves all contribute to the minimalist design. The brass pendant lights over the peninsula lend a touch of glitz to the scheme.

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Modern Kitchen Design with Two-Tone Cabinetry

If you appreciate modern designs, you will love this open-concept kitchen! This kitchen has a timeless charm with a pleasant ambiance thanks to its white and wood color scheme. Keeping the upper portions of the area white is the greatest method to create light and airy interiors, and the combination of the white flat-panel cabinets, backsplash, and countertop achieves this purpose here. The contemporary range hood stands out among these elements due to its distinct form. The wooden base cabinets and brown-colored dining table, on the other hand, add warmth to the space.

Farmhouse Range Hood Ideas

Farmhouse kitchens love earthy palettes, authentic materials, and of course, lots of wood and green. Though the main features stay the same, the way how objects are treated has slightly changed in traditional and modern farmhouse kitchens. And this change is perhaps most evident in range hoods. For example, traditional farmhouse kitchens favor bulky range hood dressings that dominate the space while modern ones feature a more refined architectural language where you encounter marble-coated range hoods to add more sophistication while sticking to natural materials.

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White Range Hood Ideas with Wooden Trim

This kitchen perfectly exudes the elegant and cozy vibes of the farmhouse style!! At the back, the white upper cabinets and white quartz backsplash provide a clean and fresh backdrop while the blue base cabinets bring depth to the space. Also including a blue shade adds some beachy vibes to the atmosphere. The wood kitchen island brings warmth to the room with its natural charm and the wood trim of the white range hood perfectly complement it.

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White Transitional Kitchen with Black Countertops

In this transitional kitchen, the white shaker cabinets exude timeless elegance and versatility, providing a bright foundation! Drawing the eyes upward, a white paneled chimney breast adds a touch of architectural splendor to the space. The white subway tile backsplash lends a touch of understated sophistication to the kitchen while the black countertops break the white dominance, making a striking statement. Above the inviting kitchen island, a trio of delicate glass pendant lights dance like shimmering gems.

How to clean range hood?

Cleaning a range hood is important; because if you stop taking care of them, they also stop taking care of the air as their performance slows down and starts producing bad smells. As a range hood is made up of different parts, each part requires separate cleaning. To clean outside of the range hood, you can use baking soda, vinegar solution, or any soap or detergent of your choice. To clean it, rub the dirt and grease away with a brush and sponge and dry it with a soft towel not to leave any watermarks or particles on the surface. While using vinegar, you can just spray it to diminish its strong interaction with the surface.

For the filters, it is recommended to detach them from the hood and clean them separately for effective cleaning. While cleaning the filter, first get rid of the accumulated dust or debris stuck in it. Then, you can again mix baking soda with water and soak the brush in the mixture and brush the inner area of the filter. Then spray a vinegar solution and clean it with a microfiber cloth.

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Rustic Farmhouse Kitchen with Shiplap Walls

The kitchen design expertly balances consistent forms and contrasting hues, providing the room with a compelling play of light while keeping its exquisite form!! The use of white marble in the island design and a sophisticated stone texture offers a dramatic contrast against the oak cabinets, improving the kitchen’s overall look. The beautifully rustic ball pendant lights on the island lend a vintage touch, while the warm oak flooring creates an inviting ambiance.

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Chevron Mosaic Tile Backsplash with Oversized Range Hood Ideas

The white shaker-style cabinets showcase a sense of traditional charm and functionality. Against the backdrop of the cabinets, a captivating chevron mosaic backsplash emerges, infusing the space with a touch of artistic flair. Above the cooking area a gray oversized custom range hood takes center stage and becomes the visual focal point. To complete the farmhouse aesthetic, the oil-rubbed bronze cabinet hardware adds a rustic touch.

How to vent a range hood?

The key issue about how to vent a range hood is that you vent the hood outside your home through the ceiling or wall. First, decide on the application area because this process includes cutting and drilling to vent the hood outdoors. Secondly, you need to build a road for the ductwork. Check the CFM of your range hood and make the hole in according to the suggested size for specified CFMs. For example, 400 CFM requires 4 inches, while 600 CFM demands 6 inches hole, which becomes 8 inches for 900 CFM.

While bearing this in mind, start building a road for the ductwork. It is recommended not to use more than 2-3 elbows to keep the air circulation better. Just think of the shortest way to orient your ductwork outside by using the fewest elbows. It will ensure the longevity and efficiency of the vent hood. Also, the ducts shouldn’t be longer than 30 inches for the air to circulate smoothly without encountering much resistance.

To get back to the cutting part, make the hole and cut it 1-2 inches larger than your ductwork to thread your ductwork to the outdoors much more easily. Drill a hole just to leave yourself a clue around which point the duct is centered.

The following steps continue outdoors. So go outside of your home and install a cap at the end of the duct. The cap provides a barrier blocking debris and dirt from getting trapped in the duct. The rest is connecting all the pieces.

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Black and White Farmhouse Kitchen with Quartz Backsplash Behind Stove

The classic white cabinets combine functionality and style flawlessly!! The striking black range hood above the cooking area creates a captivating focal point, bringing an element of drama and contrast to the serene white backdrop. The luxurious white quartz backsplash behind the stove exudes an air of elegance with its stunning marble-like texture. The captivating black color of the island beautifully contrasts with its pristine white top.

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Navy-Blue Kitchen Cabinets with Exposed Wood Beams

Dark blue flat-panel cabinets take center stage in a spacious farmhouse kitchen design!! The use of brass hardware adds to the cabinets’ lively and elegant appearance. Natural wooden columns and beams are utilized to create a beautiful environment, evoking a genuine farmhouse vibe. A big hood chimney anchors the room, and a white quartz countertop and backsplash add to the clean and fresh look. The sloping roof accentuates the room’s architectural appeal while the modest skylights flood the kitchen with wonderfully slanted natural light. The windows on each side of the hood add to the overall feeling of space and light.

Rustic Range Hood Ideas

If you can’t give up on earthy tones, wood, and interior designs reminiscent of the outdoors, rustic kitchen designs will speak to your soul. From exposed wood beams to brick backsplashes, stone accents, and wood open shelving, every element in one way or another nurtures organic vibes that stimulate the users’ senses in rustic kitchens. As stainless steel range hood looks like an anachronistic element in rustic kitchens, it is better to hide them in custom-made wooden covers. Various types of wood can give channel rustic vibes. You can also feel free to keep them as large as possible and add wood trims to create diversity.

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Rustic Kitchen with Natural Wood Cabinets and Granite Countertops

This beautiful kitchen design seamlessly blends rustic and modern features!! The warm, natural mood of the solid wooden textures of the cabinets and floors is well balanced by the sleek metal counters and black cabinets, which offer a touch of elegance. The ceramic patterns on the flooring are visually appealing as well as useful, neatly dividing the wet and dry regions without sacrificing the overall appearance. To round out the look, the lighting fixtures above provide a pleasant environment – basic but undeniably beautiful.

Hidden Range Hood Ideas

If you don’t like how hoods look and occupy space in kitchens, there are a couple of strategies that you can employ to hide the range hoods. While the range hood dressings are one of the solutions to hide them, the second one is to hide them inside a wall-mounted cabinet where you can see only the bottom part of the hood. Aligned with the rest of the cabinets, they almost completely remain out of sight. As for the ductless range hood, slide-out options provide great and budget-friendly alternatives.

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Scandinavian Kitchen with Hidden Range Hood Ideas

This Scandinavian kitchen exudes positivity thanks to the neutral and warm colors introduced by white surfaces and oak cabinets, respectively. A white chevron tile backsplash that brings geometry to some extent to make the white background more expressive compliments them. Also, using a concealed hood is an excellent way to add function without sacrificing style!

What type of range hood is best?

When choosing a range hood, the first thing to consider is what kind of stove you are using and secondly, whether you are looking for a ducted, duct-free, or convertible range hood which can act like both, and thirdly, what your budget is. These three things are worth considering before deciding what type of range hood is the best for you. If you are cooking a lot, a ducted hood will serve you better, for example.

The other things to notice could be its aesthetic features, how loud it is, and what its CFM (cubic feet per minute) is. Just to make you more familiar with certain trusted brands, below we share some of the more cited and mentioned range hood types:

1) Hauslane Chef Series 30-Inch PS18 Under-Cabinet Range Hood

2) Winflo 30-Inch Convertible Wall Mount Range Hood

3) The Cosmo 668ICS750 Island Mount Range Hood

4) ZLINE KB-36 36-Inch Wall Mount Range Hood

5) Broan-NuTone 413004 30-Inch Ductless Stainless Steel/Black Under Cabinet Range Hood

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Beach Style Kitchen with Multicolored Backsplash Tiles

This kitchen becomes a painting of coastal hues, reflecting the relaxing tones of the sea and sand, thanks to a stunning multicolored backsplash. The creative tile arrangement gives a sense of fun and energy. Light gray cabinets stand gently against the backsplash, providing a clean and beautiful base. To achieve a seamless effect, the same gray hue is chosen for the paneling on the chimney breast. Finally, the black cabinet hardware adds a striking contrast that complements the modern style.

Are range hoods worth it?

No matter which version you get, ducted, ductless, or convertible, a range hood is always a great addition. It will improve the quality of the air indoors. Kitchens are the most used rooms and are addressed as the heart of our homes. That’s why keeping its air clean is as important as keeping other furniture items clean and neat.

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All-White Small Kitchen with Stacked Tile Bakcsplash

An all-white color scheme will never fail you if you want a timeless design!! The mix of white cabinets, worktops, and backsplash produces a clean, bright, and expansive environment in this little kitchen. Using white is also an excellent method to make a tiny area appear larger. The concealed white range hood completes the modern design. The pink grout lines of the white stacked tile backsplash give visual interest to the area while also emphasizing the basic grid design. The little peninsula design, on the other hand, not only offers a dining area but also gives additional storage space with its open shelves.

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