Stylish Kitchen Hood Treatments

While the main function of a range hood is to remove moisture and heat from the kitchen during cooking, hoods also serve as a key styling element in kitchen design. Take a look at kitchens with elegant hood treatments on

Photo By: Designer, Gail Drury

Photo By: Designer, Rebekah Zaveloff

Photo By: Designer, Shane Inman

Photo By: Designer, Gail Drury

Photo By: Designer, Lou Ann Bauer

Photo By: Designer, Lori Dennis

Photo By: Designer, Ken Kelly

Photo By: Designer, Lori Dennis

Stucco Centerpiece

This kitchen was designed around the requirement that the hood be above the island. The use of a stucco texture over the sage green trim helped the hood to visually blend into the space. Design by Gail Drury of Drury Design
From: Drury Design

Transitional Contrast

The industrial stainless steel hood and appliances contrast with the three-inch thick Calacatta marble countertops, adding a modern touch to this traditional kitchen. Design by Rebekah Zaveloff of KitchenLab

State of the Art Features

This kitchen features a custom ceiling-mounted hood with a rack for convenient storage of pots and pans. A stone island, deck-mounted pot filler and state-of-the-art appliances complete this high-end kitchen.

Double Stack Hood

The double stack hood serves as the focal point of this soft contemporary kitchen, and the glass tile backsplash makes for a sparkling backdrop. Design by Gail Drury of Drury Design

Built-In Hood With Storage

This traditional kitchen features an arched hood enclosure with built-in niches at each end for spices. Design by Gail Drury of Drury Design
From: Drury Design

Pro-Grade Focal Point

The focal point in this kitchen is the French La Cornue stove and professional-grade hood, which is framed by custom-fit cherry cabinetry and oversized frames. Design by Lou Ann Bauer. Photo by Andrew McKinney

Elegant Stone

This kitchen's beautiful stone hood frames an intricate tile backsplash that serves as the focal point of the kitchen. Design by Gail Drury of Drury Design
From: Drury Design

Sleek Glass Hood

A glass range hood, under-counter fluorescent lights, glass wall tiles, glass shelves and glass-faced upper cabinets are designed to provide lots of light without using lots of energy. Design by Lori Dennis of Dennis Design Group

Bold in Black

This warm, functional kitchen mixes shades of white, black and brown to soften the large space. The black metal range hood ties in with the color scheme and adds to the kitchen’s professional feel. Design by Ken Kelly of Kitchen Designs by Ken Kelly. Photo by Ric Marder

Ultra-Modern Appliances

Paired with modern appliances, the ceiling-mounted stainless steel range hood adds to this kitchen’s sleek look. Design by Lori Dennis of Dennis Design Group

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