Photo By: Windermere Real Estate, a member of Luxury Portfolio International
Photo By: Design by Chioco Design LLC; Photo by Lars Frazer
Cottage Neutral Kitchen with Wood-Framed Vent Hood
The Baker’s new kitchen has been completely transformed with new cabinetry, appliances, and wood flooring. A modern tile backsplash, a wood-framed vent hood, and granite countertops were installed, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
Neutral Kitchen With Island and Color-Changing Vent Hood
Walls were removed to open up this kitchen. An island with a gas range was added, as was a stainless steel and glass vent hood with lighting that changes colors. Shaker-style cabinetry is used throughout the space.
Simple Floating Shelves and Vent Hood Add Style and Function Tiny Vintage Home
On HGTV's Fixer Upper, the small kitchen features a vintage refrigerator, vent hood, floating shelves and wooden flooring. The black floating shelves, vent hood and counter top are a stark contrast to the neutral walls and tile back splash, making them a functional design element in the space.
Small Kitchen with a Wide Open Feel Tiny Vintage Home
The small kitchen was opened up by removing walls and vaulting the ceiling. The neutral color palate keeps the space bright and complements the vintage refrigerator, vent hood, floating shelves and wooden flooring, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
Sleek silver fixtures and neutral reclaimed wood cabinets coexist peacefully in this rustic industrial kitchen. Where the metal vent hood, exposed brick, and three pendant lights suggest hard functionality, the reclaimed wood cabinetry, flooring, and island soften the space and create an elegant balance.
Contemporary Kitchen With Stainless Hood Above Island
A stainless steel vent hood hangs above the island stove in this contemporary kitchen, and stainless steel appliances are built into the sleek woodgrain cabinets. Heavy drapes peel back to allow natural light and bright color from the outdoor plants to stream into the neutral-hued space.
Storage abounds in this neutral, traditional kitchen, part of a luxurious 10-acre estate in Fall City, Washington. A wide window allows the cook to enjoy views of nature while prepping food and cleaning up. Glass front cabinets on the opposite wall help to open up the space, as does the sleek vent hood mounted from the ceiling above the center island.
During the renovation of a kitchen, dining, and living area, the team at Chioco Design incorporated strong, pared-down design elements, including a clerestory window above the wall of cabinets and a blackened steel vent hood. Instead of choosing bright colors for the space, or even an all-white palette, they used a selection of muted shades that keep the focus on the architecture. “The muted colors in this space offers a neutral palette for which form and light are the main contributors,” say the designers.