A pot filler located just above the stove makes boiling water fast and easy. No more walking back and forth to the sink for water.
Hanging small pots, measuring cups and spoons from S-hooks on a rod above the stove keeps frequently used utensils readily available. This frees up drawer and cabinet space for other kitchen items.
For a simple look, a white subway tile backsplash is continued above this cooktop. The tile is low maintenance and can be wiped down easily. The hood mimics the cabinetry for an even more cohesive look.
For an island cooktop, a downdraft ventilation system that rises up from the countertop is a modern surprise and functional to boot.
A piece of stainless steel above the stove gives this kitchen an industrial element.
Decorative tile set within a wall niche above the stove proves form and function can work together. It's a nice focal point, and the ledge is a great drop zone for cooking essentials.
Make a statement by installing backsplash tile in a chevron pattern all the way to the ceiling.
A stainless steel backsplash, shelf and hood along with a tiled backsplash take this kitchen from plain to lovely and layered.