Copper Stove Hood Finishing Options
If you crave to accentuate the farmhouse style, a hand hammered wall copper stove hood will give your kitchen the rustic cottage. Don’t be scared to mix your metals and check our options of custom patina finishing and customized metal decorative designs for your new range hood. A custom-made stove hood is a great way to use a subtle pop of copper in your kitchen. The room does not have to be designed in a rustic style to incorporate the copper appliance. Nowadays, there are numerous examples of the use of this metal in a variety of decors from the most traditional to utterly modern ones and playing with stove hood finishing options will help you to adjust to the existing style in your kitchen.
Until now, we were offering to our clients two finishing options which were smooth or hammered but we are happy to announce that we are integrating third options to all of our models which is the distressed copper style. You can purchase any stove hood design with a distressed pattern. For those who are not familiar with this technique, it involves special hand-hammering that crates the strokes lined up in one direction. It is possible to have the island or wall metal range hood made with a mixed pattern. For example, the stove hood body can have vertical distressed finishing and the apron horizontal. That kind of surface makes the hood look modern when dealing with rustic hammering. Identically, as it was when ordering Rustica copper stove hood previously, you can select finishing options from the product detail page menu.
If you are into a minimalist twist on your undercabinet hammered copper stove hood options, you can go for smooth finishing and use lighter patina option. The warm glow of the copper might even reflect light while adding a bit of drama to space. The metallic addition to clean, bright spaces and open-up kitchen will appear elegant and will boost the industrial flair in your decor. Add some metal lightning fixtures among others a black iron chandelier, suitable for high ceilings and spacious rooms or contemporary lamps with exposed bulbs.
A hammered finishing is a great fit in case you are in a market to turn your decorative copper stove hood in a focal point of your layout. It has a richer texture and brings some striking and rustic effect on your island range hood. That appliance will appear great combine with other rustic accents like an apron style sink or Mexican hand-made tiles installed around the cooking area at your backsplash or the kitchen counters. Finally, independently on your finishing technique option, you should consider some more copper accessories into your kitchen to highlight this remarkable bronze tone. It could be items ranging from options of copper pipes in an urban loft kitchen or some copper planters, pots, mugs and perhaps handcrafted punched metal lamp shade in a cozy eating room.