116,292 flat kitchen hood Home Design Photos

Ulrich Inc
11 Reviews
Kitchen Portfolio
Ideabooks404
Questions5
and flow of the space. Also featured is a custom designed and maufactured stainless steel range hood by Rangecraft. Contact Jeannie at Ulrich for more of the secrets that we hid in this lovely kitchen - there is much much more than meets the eye!
Weidner This modern/transitional kitchen was designed to meld comfortably with a 1910 home. This photo highlights the lovely custom-designed and built cabinets by Draper DBS that feature a gray pearl finish that brings an understated elegance to the semblance of a "white kitchen". White calcutta marble tops
Where is the hood from please?
Hi sthome1! The hood was custom designed by me together with the homeowner. It was custom fabricated by Rangecraft (Fair Lawn, NJ). Thanks for your interest! --Ulrich
“Color” — kareninal
Christopher Developments
5 Reviews
Shore Way
Ideabooks1,306
Questions1
like the high windows in the kitchen
Our kitchen layout Like minimum upper cabs
Table facing out and kitchen on two walls
Lighter kitchen cabinets
PAC crest kitchen similar
Hood area...Flat version...Colors kitchen...stainless hood fan...kitchen island
“Kitchen floor” — ctjmwitt
National Association of the Remodeling Industry
3 Reviews
2012 CotY Award-Winning Kitchens
Ideabooks955
Questions2
2012 North Central CotY Award Winning project in Residential Kitchen $40,000 to $80,000. By Dybdahl's Classic Kitchens & Cabinets, Inc. based in Middleton, Wis., http://www.dybkitchens.com/
What kind of wood in the lighter wood in that kitchen? It looks like tiger wood.
What hood insert did you use?
Paul Dybdahl, CKD, owner of Dybdahl's Classic Kitchens, says the lighter wood in this kitchen remodel is American Apple.
Love how kitchen hood is totally flush with the underside
LOVE eh color--maybe this for the isalnd and then white for the kitchen
“bar wood” — kgeorge22
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Whelan-Funston
Ideabooks3,241
Questions5
what Terry wants to do in the kitchen
White countertop and wood kitchen
Hood with glass block behind!
Kitchen window...hmmm
Cooktop kitchen idea
Glass blocks in kitchen
Possible Kitchen windows
The block grid in this streamlined kitchen calls to mind a Japanese shoji screen. Light filters in, yet the opaque glass keeps the exterior view from breaking the serene lines of the space.
Hood in soffit?...block n hood...glass kitchen...indoor kitchen...range hood...eat in kitchen...kitchen hardware...kitchen island
“island home” — lauriebellingham
Mike Smith / Artistic Kitchens
4 Reviews
Ultimate Farmhouse Kitchen
Ideabooks79,944
Questions39
Could you please tell me the stain and type of wood flooring in this kitchen? Thank you!
Would you please share the mfg of the vent hood? Thanks!
tell me the dimensions of this kitchen? Thanks!
what you used on the ceiling here in your kitchen. I am trying to achieve this look in mine. Thanks!
Hi, love this kitchen! Can you tell me where the faucet is from? Struggling with that decision right now...
everything about this kitchen even down to the small details! Where did you get the wicker bread box?
I absolutely love this kitchen! I want to get
accommodate times when there are two cooks in the kitchen..
I love this... inspiration for my old farmhouse kitchen
Very nice kitchen and thanks for explaining in the earlier comments
“Sink” — 993turbo
Phil Kean Designs
2012 New American Home
Ideabooks18,092
Questions21
what is on the kitchen counter tops?
This kitchen is very similar to the one I'm building. The big rectangular light box would be a great compliment to the recessed pots. Pendants just
Hello, we plan to have our kitchen sink on our island, as well as seating like this across. I was curious the depth and width of this island, and if there is any storage on either side
I would also like to know about the counter stools. Please. I just finished remodeling my kitchen and haven't found the right pair of stools. Thanks
Surfaces for kitchen, bath and exterior
exterior DuPontTM Corian® solid surface DuPontTM Zodiaq® quartz surface was used in the kitchen/bathrooms in this house. Tom Perich (302) 999-4907 should be able to tell you the exact material.
“kitchen counter that wraps around into dining room. How could we pair this with open cooktop into d” — copperopolis
Arnal Photography
6 Reviews
Etobicoke condo
Ideabooks15,383
Questions11
This kitchen features a remarkable Ikea kitchen and custom marble countertop
If you have any sketch or plan measurement for this kitchen I would love to have it
This is a kitchen in my condo building
It's not an ikea kitchen, go to south beach condos etobicoke Ontario and you'll find the maker. I can't remember what the designers name is.
Rory, As I posted to a previous question about this kitchen, the designer told me that it is a basic IKEA kitchen. The only thing that isn't IKEA of the actual kitchen kitchen is the countertop which is marble.
other than when I asked about the kitchen in general I was told it was from IKEA. Sorry not to be of more assistance.
As the photographer on the project, shot for Canadian Home Trends magazine, I don't know sourcing on the space other than when I asked about the kitchen in general I was told it was from
“grey cabinets” — vianne1966
Ward-Young Architecture & Planning - Truckee, CA
Mountain Modern Digs
Ideabooks9,063
Questions10
Hello, the counter top at Kitchen is Ceasar Stone Blizzard
What kind of wood was used for the cabinets and wall? I'm looking for a similar kind of wood to use on walls in a main hall and would want it to match with the kitchen and wood used in a great room off the kitchen. Love your Mountain Home
pantry behind the kitchen wall? clean lines
I love the stone in the kitchen!
Work zones are really just the natural evolution of the kitchen work triangle. As kitchens grew in size and opened up to other rooms in the house, it became more of a challenge to place appliances in a neat triangular layout. We also have more appliances than ever before — dishwashers, extra sinks,
microwaves, separate cooktops and wall ovens — not to mention more people working and socializing in the space. By sectioning off your kitchen into work zones, you'll maximize efficiency in a larger space; more cooks, as well as their guests, will be better accommodated.
“Wood and slate” — clydenrobbins
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