15,415 Industrial Vent Hood Kitchen Design Photos

Andrew Snow Photography
Kitchen
Ideabooks2,433
Questions8
Can you please tell me the make and manufacturer of the hood? Thanks.
great kitchen! what brand hood is that?
Custom hood with cfm 800 blower inside
could we have a window between cooktop and vent?
slab under the hood? Then brick the backsplash
Another cabinetry possibility- framing some white cabinets in a wood-toned sheath. Don't care for the drawer pulls or the backsplash under the oven vent, though.
“Ask Houry about dark colour around fridge and oven” — janeshannon1
Andrew Snow Photography
Kitchen Detail
Ideabooks582
Questions1
love the kitchen. what brand hood is that?
very cool marble with shelf also like cw vent a hood
Industrial Vent Hood
“layout: range with marble & wood shelves beside” — lisajanesweeting
Austin Patterson Disston Architects
River View
Ideabooks705
Questions3
Would love to purchase/replicate a range hood like this... It's beautiful! Is it one of a kind? Thank you
This is a fabulous hood, custom designed by architect McKee Patterson, AIA, and fabricated by Danbury Sheet Metal in Bethel, CT.
contemporary cabinet work + industrial style vent hood.
intersting cabinetry and range hood
cool hood, and nice configuration
Kitchen range hood- industrial
Range hood...Vent hood...Vintage style hood...Cocina industrial...Love the hood...Exhaust hood...gorgeous hood...range hood...hood vent...Love hood...extractor hood...Vent hood!!!...cool hood...range hood
“whoa!” — darnvic
Oak Hill Iron
1 Review
The Oak Hill House
Ideabooks1,467
Questions4
The kitchen backsplash as well as the hood are hand forged steel...We are featuring a 1/8" copper counter top. All done by the EXTREMELY talented Craftsmen at Oak Hill Iron in Morganton, NC / Contact: Mr. Josh Smith @ 828.437.5348 or e-mail: info@oakhilliron.com
who is the hood by please
copper countertops, industrial backsplash & vent hood
“counter top copper” — geogann
Emily McCall
Our bright, white, open kitchen
Ideabooks748
Questions2
Hood vented to existing chimney, stove
I like the venting with the splash of brick for a touch of industrial
Counter to dining room, and vent hood to chimney.
Stove, vent, island,
Hmmmm...interesting hood design
industrial connection vent/hood
hood to chimney idea
Industrial look to vent pipe
vent hood...Vent a hood...Beam for hood...Weird hood...vent hood duct
“hidden chimney in our house?” — darnvic
Tracery Interiors
Kitchen
Ideabooks847
Questions2
subway tiles, exposed beams in ceiling, steel hood and rage. Elemental stone, wood, metal, and blank palate for color accents from pots, pans, and decorations.
stove, shelves on either side, industrial feel
Industrial appliances and utilitarian finishes. The convenience to be able to "hose it all down." One can't argue the influence of commercial style appliances on residential design. Don't forget tile to the ceiling and lack of wall cabinets! Here's an ideabook all about that.
“commercial style” — jenpound
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
Barn Retreat
Ideabooks2,750
Questions7
How does this vent above the cook top works? It looks like there is the 2nd floor above it?
Where did you get the hood?
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
That's neat. Looks like a 50 gallon metal drum cut open and it must have a hood pack built into it. That's a cool idea.
vent hood looks like a handcrafted split oil drum!
Genus hood/vent. half metal barrel double stack vent/hood
STOVE HOOD MADE FROM OLD STEEL BARREL
the hood over the island is pretty dope yo
“Range” — Krista Heen
David Bucovy Architect
1 Review
Madison Square Apartment
Ideabooks4,778
Questions5
Where can I get the hood?
FOODIE KITCHEN DESIGN TIP #1 Buy the right vent hood. Vent hoods are rated by the cubic feet
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 an
“glass behind stove” — fphartanto
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