The hood, an indispensable kitchen appliance useful for extracting steam and odours produced by culinary experiments, comes in various models, thus helping to define the indoor furnishing style. Do you prefer a classic or modern design? Let’s have a look at some of the products available!
In its traditional shape, the wall-mounted hood is rectangular and is designed to be fixed to the wall, using space between kitchen units. One of these is the chimney hood of the Baltimora model, which blends perfectly into the setting and embellishes it by also featuring open-fronted side elements, which are useful for storing jars and utensils.
However, the wall-mounted hood can also boast an ultra-modern design, diverging from the traditional silhouettes and flaunting unusual and unique shapes: an example? The vertical one in the Moon Blue lacquered composition, with LED lighting and glass panel: a genuine tribute to class and modernity.
Unlike the previous one, this built-in hood is not visible but is built into a unit, seamlessly merging with the kitchen and thus ensuring a visually clean and tidy environment.
Fixed to the ceiling, this type of hood is ideal for kitchens with an island or peninsula, thus turning into the heart of the social space.
With a strong visual impact, the model offered by the Prestige White glossy lacquered Carattere kitchen has a large but slender chimney, lightened by transparent glass inserts that also enhance the entire composition.
A worthy alternative is the fluctuating hood offered by Evolution, a rectangle with rounded corners that almost blends with a designer lamp, catching the eye of every guest.
Lastly, the ultimate breakthrough in hoods is the concealed hood, which can be built into the kitchen worktop. It appears with a simple touch and then quietly disappears after use.