Overlooking the cooking area, the kitchen hood plays an important part in ventilating the air in your house. To better integrate it into their kitchen’s style, many people choose to have it built in. Is there a way to harmonize it with the decor? Here are a few ideas that could inspire you to add some style to your kitchen during your next renovation.
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White built-in kitchen hood, minimalist look
Many will choose a built-in hood that blends in with the kitchen’s design like a chameleon. An example of this is a kitchen with immaculate white cabinets. By choosing an all-white covering, the hood’s presence will be more subtle, allowing for other elements of the kitchen to be highlighted.Source : Amy Bartlam et Kate Lester Interiors
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Built-in hood and shiplap combo
Have you thought about covering your built-in hood with a nice shiplap? That’s right, shiplap isn’t just for walls! In addition to complementing the farmhouse style or simply adding an original touch, shiplap will bring depth and texture to your new kitchen. The result is truly stunning, isn’t it?
Add a wood-like strip (or real wood) to the hood’s lower part for an even warmer look. To add contrast to the pure white cabinets, complete the decorative hardware and recall the black quartz countertop, black shiplap is the perfect choice.Source :archzine.com
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Built-in hood with clean straight lines
This built-in black kitchen hood perfectly blends in with the dark-colored kitchen cabinets, which are faced by a white quartz countertop that replicates marble. A sober and elegant balance that will make sure the kitchen stands the test of time.
For a clean, modern look, neither the drawers nor the cabinets have handles. Complete the modern vibe by switching to a matte black kitchen faucet with a tapered, rounded design.Source : hgtv.com
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Slightly angled built-in kitchen hood
A built-in hood can be a great way to recall the color of both the island and backsplash, sometimes in a lighter color range. Delicate neutral tones give the kitchen a classic look.
A slightly inclined kitchen hood can also blend in with its surroundings by matching the cabinets’ color to allow for a soft integration. It is perfect for a more traditional kitchen style.
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Built-in kitchen hood with wood paneling
A built-in hood with a wood finish will enhance your kitchen, and other wood accents like your countertop and backsplash are sure to complement it well. A nice way to bring a warm and comforting touch to the room.
A wood imitation siding will also produce great results because thanks to the latest technology, manufacturers are now able to reproduce the natural look of wood in an extremely realistic way.
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Built-in marble kitchen hood
Just like the countertop and backsplash, this white marble-clad kitchen hood is simply breathtaking. The veins in the marbled surface of the hood add to the kitchen’s elegance. As the marble block covering the hood extends beyond the height of the cabinets, it gives a whole new dimension to the kitchen.
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Built-in ceramic kitchen hood
Need a clever way to hide the kitchen hood? Try a built-in hood covered with tone-on-tone ceramic tiles. Using the same ceramic as your backsplash will create an extension effect. Going for white tiles with a glossy finish will also give your kitchen a brighter look. Isn’t it great?
By trusting your kitchen renovation to experts, you can be sure that the end result will meet your expectations. To discuss your kitchen renovation project, don’t hesitate to ask for advice from Cuisine NewZone’s refacing specialists.
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