11,174 country style vent hood Home Design Photos

Sue Murphy Designs
Lake Arrowhead Country French Kitchen
Ideabooks4,309
Questions13
This is beautiful! I am planning my own kitchen and would like to make the baseboard just like this - furniture style - instead of having toe kicks. Can you please tell me if after using a kitchen without toe kicks - do you find it comfortable enough? It looks so
They are a beaded inset cabinet with a raised panel. Wood-Mode's Brookhaven II line of cabinetry has a door style very similar to this and the color is a pale yellow paint over maple.
Charming French country kitchen - Roosters by Intrada of Italy
Door styling, lit cabinets, too cluttery
“Love the feel of a farm house kitchen, but yet the modern features” — Miranda Johnson
Pinnacle Mountain Homes
7 Reviews
411 Long Ridge
Ideabooks8,874
Questions16
How wide, how deep is the range hood? How many CFM? What brand is the insert?
What is the cabinet door style?
This must be a 46"W x 22"D range hood, pretty similar to our Arezzo Model. For that type of range, it must have a 1200CFM blower Check out more info at: www.elica.com
The granite and stone make for a very cozy style
“Kitchen caninets” — nancy_bobbitt
Verge Architecture & Design, LLC
17 Reviews
Shoreline Residence
Ideabooks2,856
Questions5
2 1/4" wide red oak. Totally standard flooring in most of the country. Easy to source and very cost effective. Other parts of the country more readily use white oak.
Love the vent on this one.
Range hood streamlined and large for 6 burner
modern vent hood...ceiling hood
“Window” — tonian0516
TreHus Architects+Interior Designers+Builders
2 Reviews
Historic cottage renovation kitchen
Ideabooks14,638
Questions24
Could you tell me is a vent required for the gas stove? Thanks!
A vent was not required for this stove. They are required most places, but not in this particular location. The home is in a historic district and had to
Preservation Society guidelines (we were actually more stringent than the guidelines required) - in the early 1900's there would have been no range hood and the owner did not want one.
owner had not moved a lot of his things in. So the kitchen was staged specifically for these photos by a stylist - we discussed the accent colors and styles, but I do not know exactly where each piece came from.
“Love the colors” — imborekk
Capozzi Design Group
13 Reviews
Contemporary Kitchen with pop of color
Ideabooks272
Questions2
design challenges included the windows, which could not be changed. and the existing Viking range needed to be included. As well as the hood that needed venting, and corner chimney that needed to stay. The combination of quartz and stainless counter tops, as well as the use of aluminum legs and no
love modern look and outside vented hood.
“clean” — abocchetti
Contemporary Kitchen
Ideabooks548
Questions2
Hood vent and lights suspended in open concept kitchen
Good hood design for long benches.
Cabinet style & Color
Long vent...vent hood...Cook vent...custom hood
“Kjk kult” — Irene Frøiland
tuthill architecture
13 Reviews
BreakfastForFour
Ideabooks40,297
Questions60
Vent hood supplier ? thank-you
next to the double oven, the cabinets that cover the refrigerators? I very much like how there is no "vent panel covers" above the actual refrig. All of the refrigerators I have looked at, needs a "vent cover" I would like to duplicate your look. Can you please tell me the brand of the refrigerators used
What brand is the range vent?
“Color of ceiling, center island, windows” — Interior Motives
Kim Duffin for Sublime Architectural Interiors
Contempory Colonial
Ideabooks4,259
Questions8
How did you frame out the arabesque tile under hood?
Looking to do same thing with out kitchen using white subway tile then arabesque under hood for design.
keeps you toasty during winter and cool throughout summer. Here, the blackbutt flooring boasts an array of hues, almost overtaking the understated country-style kitchen. When selecting Australian timber, check it’s sourced from sustainably managed state forests.GREAT FOR: All rooms. If using in wet areas
“Hardwoods” — kawilson
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