Cabinet and hardware manufacturers continue devising new options to help organize your kitchen. As you plan a remodel, remember to discuss cabinet accessories with your designer ... they will help the efficiency and organization of your kitchen. Here are a few of the items to consider.
Cabinet & Countertop Inspirations
As we wrap up this blog series on range hoods, a few final aspects to consider are:
- Range Hood Width -- Regardless of the type of range hood chosen, the range hood should be as wide ... or slightly wider ... than your cooktop. This provides a canopy, or capture area, that effectively traps the heat and impurities as they rise. For a 30" stove, the range hood width needs to be between 30" and 36."
The blower in a range hood is sized, or rated, by CFM ... the cubic feet of air moved per minute. It is important to correctly size a range hood based on your stove, room size, and ductwork. In this blog, we will look at ways to calculate the CFM requirements for your kitchen.
Spiceland Wood Products works to help you visualize the possibilities for your kitchen, bathroom, or other living space in your home. Over the years, our clients have confirmed the value of “seeing” their kitchen or bathroom as they review the design and make finish choices. As part of our process, we utilize cabinetry design software to generate realistic elevations of the finished space or project. The software even has the capability to include finishing touches in the space … pendant lights, rugs, furniture, or fruit bowls on the countertop … to give a realistic picture of the final product. Below are a few examples from recent design projects.