33 electric coil cooktops Mediterranean Home Design Photos

Echelon Custom Homes
9 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks3,607
Questions11
What is the manufacturer of the dual surface cooktop?
It's 30" 4-burner gas cooktop by Wolf (item #CT30G/S) with 15" induction cooktop by Wolf (item #CT15I/S)
I think this is the perfect solution: induction and gas cooktops
cooktop with griddle
Cooktop with drawers underneath
unique under cooktop
Drawers below cooktop
Induction and gas cooktop
Drawers under cooktop
dual cooktops...Electric plates...gas and electric...cooktop exhaust...hood, cooktops...wolf cooktop
“no” — cozyhse
Tenney Construction
1 Review
Barton Hills
Ideabooks226
Questions3
Architect Series 30" Single Electric Wall Oven
The setup of cooktop and oven instead of slide-in range
“floor? next to light cabinets” — holeman4
Officine Gullo USA
4 Reviews
Officine Gullo South of France Kitchen
Ideabooks3,259
Questions5
Electric Ranges
“backsplash” — lilygoat
Sinclair Associates Architects
23 Reviews
Brentwood
Ideabooks2,070
Questions3
kind. You will need to work with a steel fabricator Show them this image and the needed dimensions and they will be able to reproduce there was electrical lights embedded in this hood....that requires a little extra thought and an additional subtrade. Hope this helps.
“all” — Bright Obasuyi
Woodcliffe Design
Custom Vent Hood
Ideabooks1,628
Questions1
buying a hood that’s larger than your range. It won’t really suck more smoke out, and it 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
a hood that’s larger than your range. It won’t really suck more smoke out, and it 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
buying a hood that’s larger than your range. It won’t really suck more smoke out, and it 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
“Peter thinks the water over the stove is cool” — Holly Saxton
Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center
12 Reviews
Sub-Zero & Wolf Kitchens
Ideabooks7
Questions0
Sub-Zero and Wolf kitchen. This kitchen features a Sub-Zero BI 36” built-in refrigerator, Wolf single ovens, Wolf gas cooktop and chimney hood.
Wolf electric cooktop
Wolf induction cooktop
Wolf gas cooktop...Wolf cooktop
Diane schott
Cooktop custom cover
Ideabooks31
Questions0
This electric cooktop took up most of the space in this kitchen in Dallas, Tx. By utilizing the custom cooktop cover or 'stage' it provides more than 4 square feet of additional entertaining space. the artist's design
Cooktop custom cover
Cooktop cover
“Cooktop cover” — pmj32
Butterfield Custom Homes
3 Reviews
Escondido 171
Ideabooks1,053
Questions6
If we had gas instead of electric
cooktop backsplash accent
Granite and cooktop...Cooktop backsplash...Tile over cooktop
“stone hood and mosaic” — syndyz
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