All range hoods ventilate steam and cooking odors, but those shown in the following gallery do it with creative flair as well. Find stylish range hood design ideas as well as an abundance of creative concepts to incorporate them and or even hide them in your kitchen. See how a range hood can make a statement without stealing the show from other architectural features in your kitchen.

Cooking in Comfort Hudson Meadows 2019
A GE Monogram six-burner cooktop with griddle is positioned under a custom-built exhaust hood. A Broan exhaust insert complete with a 1500cfm exhaust removes cooking odors and smoke from the kitchen. Glass subway tiles provide a low maintenance backsplash.

Custom Focal Point Braeswood 2000
Knotty Alder cabinets provide a functional workspace with granite countertops providing aesthetic appeal. A simulated fireplace mantle hides the exhaust hood. An in-line exhaust fan and sound-deadening muffler from Fantech of Lenexa, Kansas minimizes the noise level when the hood is in operation.

A Range of Possibilities Braniff Hills 2019
A six burner Wolf dual fuel range is surrounded by custom full overlay Natural Alder cabinets. The 1500cfm Wolfe hood was installed in conjunction with a make-up air system that allows the owner to utilize the full capacity of the hood without excessive air infiltration throughout the home. Antique Chicago Brick subway tiles provide a contrasting backsplash.

A Chef’s Delight Harter’s Second Subdivision 2008
This kitchen features Knotty Alder cabinets with inset doors, a tumbled Travertine Marble backsplash, a Five Star gas range and custom hood with Venetian Plaster finish. The Broan exhaust fan insert captures cooking odors and smoke and exhausts them through the exterior wall.

Custom Crafted Wexford Estates 2016
Walnut cabinets with inset transitional doors provide a striking contrast to the Alaska White granite countertops. Kitchen smoke & smells are controlled by a custom Ventair exhaust hood with both brushed and polished stainless-steel finishes.

Balanced Grandeur Hudson Meadows 2005
A carved vent hood from Jay Rambo Cabinets of Tulsa, Oklahoma services the needs of this kitchen. Complete with a glazed plaster finish it becomes a focal point in the kitchen while functioning silently with a hidden duct muffler from Fantech of Lenexa, Kansas.

Dinner for Two South Tulsa 1986
Custom laminate covered cabinets with black ebony accents and a curved glass display cabinet with hand carved fish creates a one-of-a-kind kitchen. The exhaust system features a roof-mounted blower located 20’ above the custom hood.

Solutions in Steel Wexford 2014
A Thermador exhaust hood & range, complete with steam oven are focal points in this kitchen. The capacity of the stainless-steel Thermador exhaust hood is balanced by a fresh air intake that was fabricated specifically for this expansive kitchen remodel.

The Perfect Peninsula Thomas E Williams First Addition 2004
A beautiful, hand-picked granite slab provides visual movement in the eating bar that draws one’s eyes to the cooktop and the work surfaces beyond. The small eating peninsula satisfies the needs of these empty nesters while allowing them to look out through their new patio doors into their backyard and the creek that lies at its edge. Dark mahogany-stained superior alder provides the traditional richness in cabinet appearance requested by the owner.

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Stainless Steel Appeal Patrick Henry 2002
Storage is provided by natural finished Ash full overlay raised panel cabinets. An island mount Zephyr stainless steel exhaust hood is located over the cooking surface.

A Marble Medley Harter’s Second Subdivision 2008
This kitchen backsplash is covered with six-inch-by-six-inch tumbled marble field tile. The tumbled marble insert is framed by a marble pencil molding with a center field of tumbled marble 2” x 2” mosaic tile. A Five Star commercial range and custom hood with a Venetian Plaster surface provide both function and additional interest.

Geometric Look Heatwave Supply Showroom 2012
A wall mounted Broan stainless steel exhaust hood serviced by a stainless-steel chimney complements this contemporary kitchen installation.

Classic Form Southern Oaks Estates II 2012
Walnut perimeter cabinets & center island provide storage & added prep space. The backsplash features handmade subway tiles with a custom center medallion. The custom hood features an interior blower with the capacity needed for the clients’ cooking requirements.

Family Friendly Rockwood Hills Manor 2004
This raised panel oak exhaust hood from Woodstock Cabinets of Tulsa, Oklahoma is centered over one of the most unusual islands that we have ever created. Outfitted with a Fantech in-line blower and muffler it hangs gracefully from the ceiling of this kitchen.

The Perfect Match Oakwold Addition 2011
Book matched Brazilian Mahogany cabinets surround a Wolfe duel fuel range and stainless exhaust hood. A Kohler wall mounted pot filler provides convenience for the cook. The Wolfe hood features an in-line blower and Fantech sound-deadening muffler. This combination, minimizes the sound from the 1500 cfm high capacity exhaust system.

The Past Perfected
A 400-year-old cast iron “Fire Back” is centered in the Carrara Marble subway tile back-splash. A brushed Absolute Black granite countertop surrounds the Five Star range. The exhaust system is hidden within the custom hood that was fabricated for this kitchen remodel by Jay Rambo Cabinets of Tulsa, Oklahoma.

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