Kitchen Range Hood Styles
Cary, North Carolina Custom Homes
Chef style kitchens often feature ample counter top (and island) space for prep work, multiple ovens for multi-course meals, large pantries and cabinets for storage, and extra wide ranges for dual-cook use.
The range ventilation hood - often large and eye-catching - can take center stage in these chef style kitchens.
See photos of seven range hoods - from copper colored to glass accented - in these Raleigh area new homes built by Stanton Homes.
Kitchen Range Hood Style #1: Antiqued Copper
A hexagon mini mosaic tile backsplash extends from the gas range to the ceiling - serving as a subtle backdrop to an antiqued copper range hood.
Glass-front cabinets extend to the ceiling - adding height throughout the kitchen.
Kitchen Range Hood Style #2: Cedar Accents
In this version of The Dinsmore, the stainless steel range hood, black island lights, and cedar accents merge mountain home charm with modern home character.
A wine fridge and wine rack - more must-haves for chef style kitchens - are tucked into one side of the large, curved island.
Kitchen Range Hood Style #3: Cabinet-Front Hood
If you want to de-emphasize your range hood, consider an all-cabinet design, which conceals the hood vent.
White cabinet fronts extend above the range, for a soft, classic kitchen design.
Kitchen Range Hood Style #4: Under Cabinet Hood
Are you drawn to kitchen designs that incorporate a mixture of textures and colors? In this version of The Shelby, an additional cabinet rests above the stainless steel range hood, adding even more storage space.
Mini tiles wrap around the kitchen walls. The granite island pulls together all colors and textures in this vibrant kitchen.
Kitchen Range Hood Style #5: Peek-a-Boo Hood
This kitchen - a version of The Country Manor - showcases a similar under cabinet range hood combination, with contrasting tile, cabinet, and appliance selections.
Carved wood island legs add another texture - and color - to this timeless kitchen design.
Kitchen Range Hood Style #6: A Touch of Glass
Another way to make your kitchen range hood stand out is to add a touch of curved glass.
Glass accents are found more often in modern style kitchens - which emphasize whites, blacks, greys, metals, and contrasting lines.
Kitchen Range Hood Style #7: Curved Canopy
Here is another glass range hood idea - with a custom tile accent below. The tile back splash can transform the overall feel of your kitchen range.
In this version of The Shoal Creek, a rubbed bronze tile design emphasizes a more rustic kitchen style.
Range hoods are essential kitchen appliances that serve a very practical purpose, designed to dissipate smoke and cooking fragrances.
When you build a custom home with Stanton Homes, our design team will help you choose the right range hood for your kitchen design and lifestyle - with recommendations on the size, material, style, and location.