Designer cooker hoods are a major trend in kitchen design. There are dozens of styles out there, offering homeowners plenty of choice when picking out a kitchen extractor fan that suits their kitchen décor.
Downdraft or Updraft Cooker Hoods
Downdraft and updraft cooker hoods are stored in your kitchen counters, and they only pop up when they are in use. As such, downdraft extractors remain hidden most of the time, so they are perfect for minimalist kitchen décor schemes. Other alternatives are ceiling kitchen extractors, which are operated using a remote control and remain out of plain sight.
Cylinder or Lantern Style Cooker Hoods
Cylinder and lantern style cooker hoods feature a remarkable and distinctive appearance. They seem to be modern versions of chandeliers, and really add to the look of industrial kitchen décor schemes. Since they stand out in kitchen décor, they also make for a great addition to busy, eclectic-style rooms. Another option for a striking cooker hood to add to your kitchen décor is an angled glass cooker hood.
Flat Glass Cooker Hoods
A recent trend in cooker hood design is the introduction of flat glass cooker hoods. They are usually mounted on the wall, similar to a piece of art. The clean lines and minimalistic appearance make them perfect for contemporary and modern kitchen decors.
What About Classic Kitchens?
If you’re going for a classic or vintage aesthetic in your kitchen, it is best to go with a more traditional style of cooker hood. Curved glass and chimney cooker hoods look best in these types of kitchens, and they will enhance the overall look of the room.
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