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Large stainless steel range Custom Made Cabinets hoods have been all the rage in kitchens in recent years, but we are now seeing a move toward concealed hoods. This goes hand in hand with our increasing desire for streamlined kitchens of any style. Range hoods, which extract grease and cooking odors from the air, are useful and sometimes required by building codes. But just because you want or need one doesn’t mean that it has to be on display. Here we explain why and how you might choose to hide the hood. "Why Hide It? A concealed range hood can work in any style of kitchen and is especially appropriate Custom Made Cabinets when planning a contemporary streamlined kitchen. Concealing the hood helps maintain clean lines and avoids disrupting the continuous flow of upper cabinets, creating a sleek look.Provincial Kitchens4Integrating range hoods into traditional-style kitchens has been a popular choice for many years. In these kitchens, hoods are often built into ornately designed custom cabinets, such as the mantelpiece-style unit pictured here. This creates a feature in a cooking area that often has a large freestanding stove as its visual centerpiece.Calautti HomesThe current trend for open shelves in the kitchen (as opposed to upper cabinets) is another design Custom Made Cabinets style that benefits from an integrated range hood. In this photo, the shelves are the main feature of the back wall. The hood is integrated into the upper cabinets to the right of the shelves, completely concealing it from sight. This ensures that nothing detracts from the display area. What Are the Choices? Inside a wall-mounted cabinet. The range hood in this kitchen is referred to as concealed, integrated or undermount. This style is tucked in an upper cabinet, and the only visible part is the bottom of the Custom Made Cabinets hood on the underside of the cabinet.Bios Design Build SustainSlide-out. Another option is a slide-out range hood, seen here built into the cabinetry above the cooktop, with just the front edge of the slide-out section showing close to the bottom of the cabinet. This section is usually finished in stainless steel; however, some models have the option to swap this out for a custom panel in the same color as the kitchen cabinets. Above an island. The island is a popular location for cooktops since it allows the cook to converse with family and friends who are gathered around. The disadvantage of having the cooktop on an island is that positioning a range hood above it often creates an eyesore. One workaround is Custom Made Cabinets to build the hood into custom cabinetry that matches or complements the rest of the kitchen, as shown here.AR Design Studio LtdIn the ceiling. Another option for above an island is to select a range hood or exhaust system that can be built in flush with the ceiling. These hoods are generally more expensive, as they need to be extremely powerful to suck up greasy air and odors from such a distance. The advantage is that the area above the island and the view to other parts of the home beyond the hood remain unobstructed.Glenvale Kitchens1Downdraft. A downdraft exhaust system is one of my favorite solutions when a cooktop is on an island. It isn’t really visible unless it’s in use. Some top-of-the-line cooktops now have an optional built-in exhaust system. Again, these are Custom Made Cabinets a good choice for an island or a space where there are no upper cabinets to accommodate a concealed range hood. They operate in a similar fashion to pop-up downdraft systems, except that nothing pops up. Instead, they suck steam and odors down using powerful fans. The air then can be routed outside or cleaned and recirculated back into the room. No range hood. Building codes vary depending on your location. Some don’t require range hoods in the kitchen as long as there is adequate ventilation. This isn’t a popular choice, as most people prefer to Custom Made Cabinets have some means by which to quickly extract grease and odors from the air when cooking.Rycon Building GroupWhat Are the Cons? Tell us: Would you like a concealed range hood? If you have one, please let us know what you do and don’t like about it."