4 designer cooker hood options for white kitchens
Are you looking for a designer cooker hood for a white kitchen?
Or just for a white cooker hood?
White cooker hoods
Designer cooker hood options for white kitchens
The colour white is suitable for any kitchen style; can be easily complemented by colourful accessories; and is thought to encourage you to de-clutter! Unsurprisingly, white kitchens continue to be popular.
The most popular cooker hood colours for a contemporary white kitchen include: white, stainless steel and black cooker hoods. What are the advantages of each of these options?
White cooker hoods
A white cooker hood will blend into a white or light coloured kitchen as shown here in a Mereway Kitchen. The circular shape of the Gemini pendant hood matches the curved kitchen cabinets.
To avoid an overly online pokies minimalist look – especially when choosing a white cooker hood – a white kitchen can be enlivened with colourful small kitchen appliances, plants, a darker work surface or a few dark wooden cabinet panels.
Stainless steel hoods
A stainless steel extractor is a popular choice for a white kitchen. Stainless steel combines well with any style of kitchen cabinets.
The unusual design of the curved Shelf chimney hood makes a design statement in a contemporary style kitchen as pictured in the Lewis and Hobbs showroom. Stainless steel cooker hoods are available in a wide selection of designs suitable for traditional as well as more contemporary kitchens.
Black cooker hoods
A black cooker hood will stand out in a white kitchen. The Azimuth chimney hood combines black glass with polished stainless steel – adding a sophisticated focal point as shown in the picture.
BEST offer a wide selection of black cooker hoods including wall-mounted, pendant and island hoods.
If you’d like to add a splash of colour, you can also consider the Lipari island hood in red.
“Hidden” cooker hoods
Have you thought about hiding your cooker hood? Contemporary cooker hoods can add a wow factor to your kitchen, but some kitchen designers prefer a more understated look.
Canopy hoods can be built into a kitchen cabinet or over mantel housing.
Ceiling hoods are built into a ceiling.
When not in use, downdraft hoods are hidden away below your work surface.