The Block's Alisa and Lysandra renovate a heritage home The Blocku2019s Ali…




The Block's Alisa and Lysandra renovate a heritage home The Blocku2019s Alisa and Lysandra worked their magic with a modern revamp of a heritage home in Melbourneu2019s Albert Park.

The days of hosting a dull piece of metal in the middle of your kitchen are over. When it comes to hood areas, your options are plentiful, such as fantastic cutters, stainless steel, ceramics and much more. This guide will give you some ideas to keep in mind when planning to install a main series. Add some sparkle to the kitchen while keeping the smell and grease in the distance.

Cloak Hood Ranges

If you want a more elegant look in your culinary space, you may want to consider creating a mantle-themed hood series. This type of assortment has an advanced presence that is elegant and elegant. Most mantle hoods are made of treated wood and painted in the color of your choice. However, copper can also be used and still looks just as fantastic.

Black is back

Over the past decade, the usual black hood range has pretty much gone out of style due to copper and other metals taking its place. However, black carbon steel has made a definite comeback in the world of kitchen fittings and gives your cooking space a distinctly traditional feel. If you think your home has a great look, this type of ventilation hood is definitely what your kitchen needs.

European style

Ah, the English countryside in all its glory can now be in your kitchen. Consider constructing a high arch made of wood panels over your range that acts as a cover for your ventilation hood. If you have stainless steel appliances, the contrast between them and the dark lacquered wood will pair well.

Modern essentials

If you are using modern technology but still like to keep your decor secret and basic, you may want to consider using a small, invisible serial hood to get a tasteful kitchen. This type of hood is small in size and looks fantastic against a sharp, white baking sheet. Feel free to go with a valve, a copper or a ceramic hood.

Spanish charm

If you are a fan of the look of the Old World, you can do well with a neat plaster hood. This style looks fantastic in contrast to a colorful backsplash pattern with Spanish themes. It is best that when you choose this style, the main color matches the colors of your walls.

A perfect match

If you are big in Feng Sheng and have your kitchen appliances completely matching, add a wall of glass tiles as a backplate behind your range. Ideally, your appliances are stainless steel or copper, and the hood you choose will be of the same material and sport a basic, boxy look that is known more for its functional purposes rather than appearance.

The focus

If your dream kitchen is complete with a fantastic focal point, follow that it is your main valve. This type of hood can be built from almost any material, as long as it is extravagant and beautiful. Think of intricate designs, grandeur and beauty. The ventilation system itself can hide under this wonderful hood and no one would ever suspect its presence, as they would be too focused on the hood.

Bold, bronzed and beautiful

Adding bronze to your kitchen is a wonderful way to express your personality. Bronze says that you are brave, majestic and that you are not afraid to try new things like a curved assortment cupboard. A bronze hood in your kitchen also gives you the opportunity to choose a wonderful backsplash that fits well into the landscape.

Get curvy

When you have angled appliances in your kitchen with sharp edges and straight lines, adding a curved copper kitchen to your range provides the perfect amount of contrast. By doing this, you help break up the monotony in your space.