Design Trend 2018: Minimalist Range Hoods

There are a lot of pretty ways to design around your kitchen stove vent. You can make it the focal point of your kitchen with statement metal or decorative wood, let it blend with an under cabinet vent, or even leave the metal chimney exposed for a clean industrial look. We love all these looks in the right kitchen, but a look we are loving for 2018 is a custom minimalist hood. A simple box frame of drywall or plaster with little or no decorative trim looks clean and fresh. It works with lots of different styles. It serves as a perfect simple counterpoint to open shelves displaying beautiful dishes or art, and it keeps the focus on statement marble, a pretty tiled backsplash, or colored cabinetry. Today we have a beautiful roundup showing you why this is a look to love.

 

Natalie Walton via Homes to Love

The minimalist range hood looks beautiful in this simple farmhouse kitchen. With vertical shiplap to match the wall, its a seamless blend that keeps the focus on pops of black and color.

 

Hutker Architects

Umm…well this kitchen is amazing and the clean hood is just the begining. Love the rich mix of white, wood, and blue.

 

Design Loves Detail

The clean lines of this minimalist range hood are mimicked in the windows that surround it. The simple hood allows the warm woods and pendant lights to shine.

 

Alyssa Kapito Interiors

This is such a pretty tuxedo kitchens with clean minimalist lines contrasting with rustic woods and metals used in the styling.

 

Coco and Jack

A fresh bright white kitchen. The white range hood looks perfect with the simple metal and glass hanging shelves.

 

Neptune Home Official

Amazing layers of texture in this kitchen, and the white island and range hood keep it all balanced.

 

Su Casa Design

White and wood kitchens are a classic look and another trend we are loving. This smooth hood looks great agains the textured white brick tile backsplash.

 

Samantha Sacks

The crown molding along the top of this hood adds a more traditional feel in this transitional kitchen.

 

Shapeless Studio

Tall and skinny, the scale of this hood makes a statement even though it’s painted to blend with the walls. We like the single open shelf that lines up with the bottom of the hood.

 

Dana Lynch Design

This is a killer modern farmhouse kitchen. The lines of the hood stay simple, but a cement-look finish and rustic wood add a little personality if a plain white box feels too stark for your taste.

 

Katie Hackworth

Simple molding on the front of the hood is a pretty detail that has a more traditional vibe.

 

Box Street Design

Another idea is to tile the clean-lined hood to match your backsplash and add a little texture.

 

Urban Grace Interiors

Love how the simple hood lines look with the rustic textured reclaimed beams in this white kitchen.

 

A minimalist range hood allows other design elements in your kitchen to pop. It’s a pretty look that adds a fresh modern look to your design. For more range hood inspiration, check out our Range Hood Guide. And if you missed our posts in January, read more 2018 Design Trends:  Flat Front Cabinetry, Two Toned Kitchens, The New TraditionalPatterned Tile and Mixed Wood Tones.

Thanks for stopping by today! Happy Monday!

Xxo
Becki

 

 

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