Curved wood range hood with wood strapping in Fog
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Are you looking for the perfect wood hood for your kitchen? With all the styles and colors on the market today, it can be difficult to figure out what’s best for your design. Many styles are versatile meaning they can be mixed and matched. Additionally, wood range hoods are often the main focal point, so they should be cohesive and complimentary to the design. Here are some pairing recommendations to find the perfect wood range hood for your style.


Curved wood range hood in light taupe paintCurved wood range hood in light taupe paint
Curved wood range hood with wood strapping in Fog

Curved Hood Style

The curved style wood hood is a classic shape that provides a traditional look. For a more mature style, pair this hood with a raised panel door or decorative shaker style. 


Tapered wood range hood in medium gray paintTapered wood range hood in medium gray paint
Tapered wood range hood in dove

Tapered Hood Style

The tapered style wood hood is great for creating a transitional look. Choose any door style from raise panel and shaker to inset styles for the perfect match. 


Box wood range hood in Indigo paintBox wood range hood in Indigo paint
Box wood range hood in Indigo

Box Hood Style

The box-style wood hood is a rigid shape that gives off a contemporary look. This hood is best paired with a slab or minimal shaker door styles to compliment the minimalist style. 


Angled wood range hood in light cream paintAngled wood range hood in light cream paint
Angled wood range hood in Mist

Angled Hood Style

The angled style wood hood has clean lines that are cohesive with almost any look. Try pairing this style with an inset shaker, shaker, slab, or simple raised panel door to add interest. 


Sloped wood range hood in taupe paintSloped wood range hood in taupe paint
Sloped wood range hood in Fog

Sloped Hood Style

The sloped style wood hood has elegant and soft lines that create a traditional look. Use this hood style with an inset shaker, decorative shaker, or raised panel door style. 


It’s probably apparent now that there’s flexibility in matching wood hoods with door styles. Take your time as you walk through this process. A designer recommendation would be to gather all samples and photos you can that encompass your project. Once you have these items, create a mood board. This will help you see the design in its entirety before you make any major decisions.  

 

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