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Choosing a range hood is an opportunity to create a dramatic focal Kitchen Pantry Cabinet point in your kitchen — or, if you go for a subtler style, a way to support the overall look of your kitchen. With the potential styles of range hoods — from oversize to barely there — nearly limitless, it’s helpful to know some basics so that you get the range hood right. First, it’s important to remember that a range hood is a kitchen appliance, with an important job to do. Read on for a summary of what you need to know about power, noise and sizing before you pick a model. And then we’ll look at some fun range hood options to fit a variety of decor styles. "Why You May Want a Range Hood Before You Pick a Style, Know Your Power Get Your Size Right Consider Your Noise Tolerance Now for the Fun Part: Style The case for two parts. The second option gives you a bit more flexibility: You Kitchen Pantry Cabinet choose a hood shell and a blower separately so that you get both the look and the power level you want. This option is available only in higher-end hood models. The Flexibility of Hood Inserts Here’s another example of this concept, in the personal kitchen of Jacob Wight of the design-build firm Syltebo Wight Homes. Here, Wight framed a range hood from two-by-fours and drywall, and coated it with primer stucco — a signature treatment he’s done in a number of homes. The stucco has a texture like Venetian plaster, he says. Inside, it hides a Vent-A-Hood insert that takes care of the blowing. “You can build a frame out of one-by-four[s], and you can basically surround that Kitchen Pantry Cabinet with anything you want,” says Frees, the Plain and Posh designer. You just need to follow the manufacturer’s specifications in terms of distance from the range so that your creative range hood isn’t flammable. Lately we’ve noticed more range hoods that look like drywall — or in this case, shiplap — edged with one simple beam. Again, this is done through the magic of framing plus the hood insert, and it can look rustic, as in this shiplap-rough beam combo, or more refined.Sullivan Building & Design Group2A more Kitchen Pantry Cabinet luminescent wood tone brings sophistication to the range hood in this close-up shot. This range hood style shares some characteristics with the previous example.RAO Design Studio, Inc.Another option is building a hood surround that mirrors the style of the cabinetry, as in this kitchen.'tamborí arquitectesRange Hood Styles for Contemporary Kitchens Many materials can work for a range hood in a contemporary kitchen, though you might consider stainless steel or a combination of stainless steel and glass, as in this photo of a white kitchen with an over-the-island hood.Alinda Morris Interior Design LLCA variegated metal finish for this clean-lined hood in a contemporary-style kitchen brings warmth to the kitchen. “You can get really creative when it comes to Kitchen Pantry Cabinet contemporary style,” says Hellen Hsieh of Design Loft Co. Range Hood Styles for Traditional Kitchens A plaster hood, or a copper or brass range hood designed to look more aged, could also work for this style.Beck/Allen CabinetryCost: The price tag for standard all-in-one range hoods can run as low as $40 at a big-box store on up to $8,000 for a high-end professional-grade hood with a blower. “For most Kitchen Pantry Cabinet consumers shopping for an attractive wall hood to go over a 30-inch cooking surface, they should be able to find a midrange hood in the $800-to-$1,200 price range, depending on their market,” says Elder, the Ferguson national appliance director. Getting started. To help determine your range hood style, start saving images you like on Houzz in an ideabook. Visit appliance stores or showrooms to check out the Kitchen Pantry Cabinet different range hood models. A kitchen designer can help you come up with the best look for your kitchen’s decor."