Sorry for my lack of posts this week. Leila came home from camp on Saturday (yea!) with some sort of bug (boo!) that I caught (cough cough). Anyway, we are all feeling much better. Leila is off to day camp, and I am back at work.
Yesterday I visited the home that Steve is working on with Paul Morrow. I did a post about it here. When I walked into the kitchen this beautiful thing was there to greet me. I think this is my favorite hood that Steve has designed so far. I love the industrial feel of the stainless steel and the acorn head bolts. The glass tiles on the backsplash was also an unexpected surprise in this traditional home. I think it really gives the kitchen an updated fresh look.
Steve did a similar hood in this kitchen. This hood was less curved and used rivets instead of bolts.
This plaster hood had a quilted stainless steel interior.
Steve designed this traditional plaster hood for a mediterranean home a few years ago.
Plaster hoods look wonderful in French kitchens. The pot rack was a wonderful touch.
Another plaster hood with a completely different feeling. The simple clean design of the hood is in keeping with the rest of the aesthetic of this home. I like the curved profile.
Steve has also designed some great wood stove hoods.
Steve designed this traditional wood hood for another home that he designed with Paul Morrow. I did a post about the home here.
After seeing all of these pretty stove hoods I am sure you can understand why I am celebrating with Julia at Hooked on Houses, and I am hooked on beautiful hoods this weekend.
What type of hood do you like? I love hearing what you have to say.