Janeska Edyta. Kitchen Cooker Hood. December 20th , 2016.
Expertly designed to showcase forms, materials and colors that adjust to to the environments rather than display the similar functional and boring shape, these creator Contemporary Kitchen Hoods from Britannia Living are a creative and fun way of cooking with elegance. Growing over the years, contemporary cooker hoods discover a fresh vision of today’s kitchen, where functionality and design take the similar way to a tempting cooking environment. Embedded and silent in the kitchen’s plan, these modern hoods are styled by Britannia Living as follows: “Two unconnected trends can be eminent in extractor design. The first trend is a growing request for extractors that are combined within the complete building of a kitchen then that are (nearly) unseen. Ceiling hoods are progressively popular – especially for open design kitchens. The stylish round relief of the Phobos ceiling hood with its LED illumination, for example, hides a strong cooker hood. Downdraft hoods are unseen away beneath the work surface while not in use. They offer a nice alternative to hidden ceiling hoods. And like ceiling hoods, they can be functioned by remote control.
The second trend in cooker hood design is the increasing demand for unique designs that add something special to the kitchen. The Double Vertigo cooker hood with its pleasing, flowing lines looks more like a piece of art than a cooker hood. With the popularity of open plan kitchens, we also see more designers wanting to use the same design cues in the kitchen and dining areas. Pendant style hoods like the Vintage, Moon or Gemini resemble iconic lighting designs. They can light your hob as well as your dining table plus also remove smells. The unusual curved appearance of the newly launched Shelf cooker hood was inspired by fashionable round kitchen cabinets.” As you can see, there are many designs available, it’s up to you to choose the best one for your kitchen.
90cm Turbo Down Draft
The Turbo Downdraft is the newest addition to Luxair’s Downdraft hood range performing a Stainless Steel Structure, LED Illumination and Black Glass! This hood increases up to 500mm high and is functioned by touch responsive to controls. This gorgeous fresh hood has a magnificent 1200m³/hour engine that can be set to maximum speed when the hood attain only 200mm high.
LED Lights are performed on the front and an LED strip lamp turns beside the top black glass structure. The engine on the Turbo Downdraft can be operated remotely if you don’t have plenty room in your cabinet. A blanking plate is delivered to let ducting between the engine and the hood. An extra timer utility will mechanically stop the engine and pull in the hood after 15 minutes so that you clear every excess grease or smells from your kitchen.
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