Honestly, if you people don't know, I don't know where to look
We're looking for an upscale range hood that will compliment our
Cornufe 110 in cabaret red. I figured we'd go with their hood. The
partner wants something "more expressive". Yes, this is turning into a
head ache. Did I mention we live in a Victorian?
Who makes "more expressive" upscale range hoods?
Don't know of any that can talk to hand out compliments, nor do I have a
clue as to what a "Cornufe 110" is to try to find a complement for, but
I have seen in the not far distant past an issue of FHB wherein there
were some custom-built copper hoods and such that were about as upscale
as you would care to go...iirc, the artist designer/fabricator for these
were in the Pacific NW although I'm sure in major metro area would have
such kinda' stuff available.
I figured we'd go with their hood. The
There's also the retro/preservation route as well, perhaps, if the
Victorian is really for real as an objective although the idea of a
range hood and Victorian don't really have much in common, the
servants'/cooks' comfort being of little concern, typically... :)
Has anyone talked about makeup air for the range hood. If the house
is tight enough and the fan pulls enough air it can backdraft natural
draft appliances such as wood stoves, fireplaces, water heaters and
furnaces if their location communicates with the space the range hood
Backdrafting a combustion appliance can be dangerous.
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