Wood Range Hoods
Whether wall mounted or cabinet-mount, a wood range hood that’s neatly integrated with your cabinetry will create a beautiful, unified focal point over your cooktop.
Unlike stainless steel range hoods that have the interior motor mechanism fully integrated into the exterior body of the hood, wood hoods require a bit more customization. Because each wood range exhaust hood needs to be paint or stain-matched to your cabinetry, the wooden exterior “liner” and the exhaust fan and motor assembly are chosen independently of each other. It’s easiest to simply think of it as “wood hood style” plus “range hood exhaust fan” equals “wood range hood.”
Your Guyton kitchen designer will discuss your unique space and cabinetry order, answer any and all questions, and will recommend the best combination of hood style and fan/motor to provide the best cooking exhaust solution.
Cabinet Mount Wood Range Hoods
Cabinet mount style range hoods, shown below, are mounted between and attached between two other upper, wall-mounted cabinets on both right and left sides. Many consider cabinet mount exhaust range hoods to create the most custom, “built-in” look, as this style completely blends into your upper cabinets.