75 contemporary vent hood Staircase Design Photos

Murphy & Co. Design
4 Reviews
Billy's House
Ideabooks1,760
Questions5
around hood vent. kind of gross
Rustic/contemporary cabin
“perfect room” — Deco Lav
David Hertz & Studio of Environmental Architecture
5 Reviews
Beverly Grove
Ideabooks174
Questions1
pit and hood? both safety and structure are my concerns - we are working on a similar situation and have found the venting concerns and advice to be somewhat controversial.
“Fire” — Yvonne Clancy
Corynne Pless
My Houzz: Colorful eclectic style in a traditional New Orleans home
Ideabooks1,902
Questions2
vented door under stairwell
intake vent into door.
“Handrail different from steps, painted newal” — rs1716
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Full service Interior Design Firm
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Signature Design & Cabinetry LLC
13 Reviews
Shiela Off, CMKBD
Ideabooks11,514
Questions14
Any info on the stove hood would be great!
designed hood, fabricated by US Sheet Metal in Tacoma, Washington. The number for the company is (253) 272-2444. We hope this information helps!
Nice. Contemporary feel
STOVE HOOD?
“free standing stairs” — melissa1818
Dunlap Design Group, LLC
5 Reviews
Upper Staircase
Ideabooks6,497
Questions5
it with contemporary fabrics and artwork. Our client’s miniature chairs fit perfectly in the niche---a collection always has more impact when grouped together. We covered the window seat in a graphic Italian fabric, and added a bronze spot table to hold a book or glass of wine. Contemporary graffiti
still venting (north and east air is coolest in summer)
“Built in” — aseagrovr
Thomas Bateman Hood Architecture
4 Reviews
Contemporary Bungalow
Ideabooks6,334
Questions2
Contemporary Bungalow
Bateman Hood Architecture
“Reading nookon staircasre” — chitraqed
Putra Indrawan Photography
Interior
Ideabooks28
Questions0
r and vent
“floor and vent” — nechbaum
Habitat Studio
14 Reviews
Up to Loft
Ideabooks5,243
Questions3
actually the vent for the wood stove on the main floor below that you can see in this picture here:
“space saving way to get to attic” — ADAPT Architecture
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