24,555 not vented Home Design Photos

Glenvale Kitchens
White Kitchen
Most appliance dealers have access to a variety of downdraft vents, which can often be matched to the cooktop you are using.
Where can I buy the downdraft vent???
Look into cost and venting requirements
the pop up vent may be a solution to replacing an old Jennair
down draft vent to go with cook top should stand ab
Maybe get the pop up vent
fully extended Pop up downdraft vent for the stove. Vents out the wall but this one vents out the floor. Maria
air vent remotely moves up & down
under the counter stove top vent
photo shows a pop-up downdraft fully extended. You can now purchase vents that open up to about 15 inches above the counter. These are very beneficial when combined with gas tops. Previously, the standard 6- to 8-inch height of a pop-up vent would draw gas flames toward the fan, distributing heat unevenly
“The vent hides away” — doe22
David Bucovy Architect
1 Review
Madison Square Apartment
on how to buy hood vent
how to buy right vent hood
1. Buy the right vent hood. Vent hoods are rated by the cubic feet per minute (CFM) of air they can suck
1. Buy the right vent hood. Vent hoods are rated by the cubic feet per minute (CFM) of air they can suck from a room. While formulas for determining how much power you’ll need vary, you’ll want to start by acquainting yourself with the basics. There’s no point in buying a hood that’s larger than your
won’t look right either. Gas ranges generate more heat than electric ones, and thus require more powerful vent hoods.Maxxing out the CFMs isn’t always a good thing. For example, a 1,000-CFM vent hood will suck the air from a 10-by-10-by-10 room in about a minute, then will lose suction unless you have
“on how to buy hood vent” — joyuslee
Sub-Zero and Wolf
please let me knowthe specs for the vent on the stove
Curious, where do the smoke and cooking odors get vented to?
Pop up vent on range top ?
Corner sink and pop up vent
The vent. The windows! The raised counter
The downdraft vent...may be an option for a gas range
If this would be a cost saver this stove vent is okay
vent behind stovetop on island & the whole article
The down draft vent and stove top Wolf
“very nifty but does is really work?” — martidee
David Johnston Architects
3 Reviews
Fox Run 13
L series seems to be direct vent. If so, how is venting handled?
Can you tell me where this non vented fireplace is from? It looks amazing!!
The unit pictured is being vented straight out the back. This picture shows a rear view of the same installation.
Sparkfires L38 direct vent fireplace. Low Profile. Direct Vent
Direct vent fireplace with window above.
double sided fireplace - no vent above
You decide: To vent or not to vent. Many of the new prefabricated, metal fireboxes don't even require a chimney. Only if the fireplace is meant to be wood burning is there a need to vent smoke up and out. If it's solely a gas-burning fireplace, a direct vent (directly outside behind the fireplace) or
or a no-vent solution works just fine.There's no need to feel uncomfortable with a no-vent fireplace — think of it as a gas appliance, like a stove. These fireplaces can burn the gas so efficiently that no venting is needed. Just make sure to install the fireplace in accordance with all local building
“Windows” — Jacqueline Cummings
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
Barn Retreat
How does this vent above the cook top works? It looks like there is the 2nd floor above it?
252-3244 If, however, you are referring to the vent hood, it was custom crafted by the contractor.
I wish I could answer your question, but I am not sure as it was installed by the builder and his fabricators. Yes, there is a 2nd floor above, so it might vent out into the porch beyond the windows but
vent hood looks like a handcrafted split oil drum!
Genus hood/vent. half metal barrel double stack vent/hood
most awesome hood vent I have seen in a while
home," Pylant says. Placing the sink on the dogtrot side dictated that the range be placed in the island, and the clients' range required a commercial vent hood.Frustrated with the choices available (too contemporary or too typical), Pylant wanted something large scale that looked like it was fashioned
“oven hood is sweet” — mscerbin
David Vogt - Case Design/Remodeling Inc.
Kitchen & Addition
Could use this type of hood vent.....
vent/hood over island
cooktop with down vent
trim line overhead vent
Vent hooh & pendants
freestanding vent hood
hood vent over island
Island and vent hood
vent hood...vent overhead...Vent ahood...Island vent pendant
“trim line overhead vent” — apardue
Sullivan Building & Design Group
7 Reviews
Light Farm-Kitchen
distance between stove and vent bottom?
How does the fan vent out?
Who is the manufacturer and style # of the over the range vent? thank you!
your kitchen now that vents to The outside then it's no problem. If your current exhaust fan blows back into the room then you have a problem. If your kitchen is just by chance on an outside wall then this will work. Good luck
What if it is installed in a condo? How would one vent it?
have a "remote" fan. These units are made with integral fan motors also which are installed in custom cabinetry and simply vented out the side wall or roof.
I love the hood/vent/blower--what brand and where can I get? THank you!
The vent is an insert which is made by Broan as well as lots of other kitchen hood manufacturers. The motor is a "remote" unit mounted on the roof. It is not
“Like simple hood” — blackspark
3D-Tile-Design - Bertram Tasch
8 Reviews
Barrier Free / Curbless Rain-Shower - Coquittlam
vent in glass walled steam shower
Could we vent this way instead of having
Love the window vent on this steam shower.
Please research these glass louvered vents - thanks
Vent to air out steam shower
Steam Shower venting option
vent for shower door
Vent on steam shower door
The vent...shower vent/window...top vent...Steam vent...venting glass...steam shower vent...glass vent...vent idea...Glass Steam Vent...vent door...Air vent...Door topper vent...top vents
“steam shower” — wokladyinwa
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