Range hoods are an essential piece of any functional kitchen. They suck up smoke and steam to keep the air in your home healthy and clear. However, these essential fixtures can take up a lot of space and don’t always look good. The problem of unsightly range hoods can be solved with hidden or integrated hoods that you hardly even notice. Here are 7 examples of range hoods that are hidden in plain sight.
1. The door covering this range hood matches the other white cabinet doors on this yellow shelving unit, effectively hiding the hood and blending it in with the rest of the kitchen.
Portland kitchen designed by Schmidt – Palmers Green
2. This range hood only pops-up when it’s needed. When it isn’t being used it disappears down under the counter to create a clean look.
Rise from Elica
3. This fan is also hidden in the countertop but doesn’t rise up when it gets used. Instead it sucks the steam and smoke right down into it using powerful fans.
Bora Classic designed by Bora
4. This small fan comes out only when needed and stays tucked in the counter the majority of the time.
Designed by Cezign.
5. A fake cabinet conceals this range hood that can only be seen when looked at from underneath.
UNDERVERK from Ikea
6. The fan part of this range hood is covered by a stainless steel door that opens up to turn on the fan.
Magika Kitchen designed by Pedini.
7. This range hood is surrounded by a light fixture. A charcoal filter filters out the smoke, odors, and steam, purifying the air as it flows out the top.
Shining designed by Fabrizio Crisa for Elica.
You can see how this hood works by watching the video below.
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