Coif: 7 questions answered by experts and 130 inspirations

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Anyone who likes to cook knows how much fun it is to prepare and create tasty dishes for friends and family. However, the grease and smoke make many people give up on having a nice feast at home. A good solution to avoid this problem is to have a hood in the kitchen.

This appliance sucks smoke from stoves and is responsible for treating gases and vapors resulting from cooking and frying. It is essential when preparing food, as it prevents the smell of food from spreading to other rooms, especially in the case of an integrated kitchen. In addition, by renewing the air in the environment, eliminating odors and smoke, the hood also helps with the conservation of furniture and appliances, as it prevents the accumulation of grease on surfaces.

Currently, there are several options for hoods available on the market and they are increasingly sought after. However, it is very common for doubts to arise about its installation, as some cases require work. But don’t think about giving up! To put an end to all the doubts related to the hood, the architects Adriana Bijarra and Daniele Cargnin explain everything to us! So you’ll know everything you need when installing one in your kitchen.

1. Hood X Debugger X Exhaust: how to differentiate them?

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The table above gives an overview of the advantages and disadvantages of the hood, the debugger and the exhaust. But architects Adriana Bijarra and Daniele Cargnin explain more deeply the specifications of each type of device:

Hood: According to Daniele, “hood is the name given to any structure in the shape of a hat that serves to eliminate hot air, smoke or vapors through a chimney. But when we talk about the appliance hood, it will always have a system that mechanically pulls air. Therefore, it does not necessarily need to be in the shape of a hat”, he explains.

Therefore, the function of the hood is to suck in hot air, remove the smoke and filter the smell and grease from the environment, retaining it in replaceable filters, with the filtered air being expelled to the outside. As hot air is blown outside, the environment is less heated. Aluminum filters inside the hood serve to condense the fat that evaporates from the air. This mechanism has gutters that reserve this condensed fat. This means a much more complicated installation and a much more striking volume in the setting. Because of this, the hoods are not usually recommended for kitchens or very small apartments, where the installation of the duct may become unfeasible. Adriana says that the hood itself has the function of debugging and exhaust and has greater power: “in addition to being modern, it is more effective in removing grease and odor from the environment and can be installed on an island or on the wall. Your investment can reach double the debugger”.

Debugger: Daniele explains that the debugger is the equipment that sucks air, filters and returns it purified to the environment. During this process, the air passes through an activated carbon filter. Therefore, its mechanism resembles that of the hood. The main difference is that the hood eliminates the greasy air through a duct, and the scrubber only filters the air it absorbs and returns it to the environment. “This system is the easiest to install, but the filter must be changed periodically, depending on the frequency of use”, says the architect. Adriana points out that, as it does not need a chimney, the scrubber is suitable for small kitchens, but it can only be installed on the wall. “In this case, the investment is much smaller, but its power/efficiency is inferior to the others”, he says.

Exhaust: It is an older equipment, its main function is to expel the air from inside the environment where it is. That is, it takes hot air from the kitchen and replaces it with cold air from outside the house. It is basically composed of the air intake structure and a propeller motor, “it’s a kind of fan that pulls air from inside the environment and pushes it out”, emphasizes Daniele. As it does not have any type of filter, it ends up accumulating all impurities in the device. Exhaust hoods do not have systems to remove grease from the environment such as hoods and scrubbers. “It can be installed on an island or on a wall, its value is lower than the hood, but it leaves something to be desired in its power and efficiency”, explains Adriana.

2. What are the types of hoods and how do they work?

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As we saw earlier, the hood is one of the household appliances responsible for absorbing gases and vapors resulting from food preparation. Its function is to keep not only the kitchen, but also other areas of the house, free from odors and grease. However, the hoods can have two functions, which differ in the air treatment process: “it can work in two ways: exhaust mode or debug mode. In its ‘exhaust’ mode, the air captured by the hood is led outside the house through pipes. In its ‘cleaner’ mode, the air is captured, filtered and returned purified to the environment”, explains Adriana.

Pendant hoods, that is, suspended hoods, are an example of a debugger hood as they do not use piping. The more traditional models, such as the pyramidal and the flat, are installed with pipes and usually work in exhaust mode. “The hood as an exhaust has the burden of needing piping, but the bonus of not having to change the filter. The filter must be removed for the air to pass more easily”, explains Daniele.

When choosing, each case must be evaluated individually. Factors such as physical space, availability for chimney installation and price must always be taken into account. However, it is always good to remember that the hoods that work in exhaust mode are more efficient.

3. What is the ideal height and size?

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Here, it is very important to pay attention to one issue: the correct size of the hood depends on the dimension of the stove, and not on the environment – ​​as is often mistakenly thought. “The size of the hood varies with the size of your stove, the hood must have the same width so that there is no loss of suction efficiency”, advises Adriana. Daniele adds: “the hoods are sized according to the number of burners on the stove or cooktop that will be used. Generally, the smaller ones, 60cm wide, serve 4-burner stoves, and the larger ones, 90cm, serve stoves with up to 6 burners.”

The height must also be properly respected for the hood to work efficiently. Daniele states that the ideal height for installation indicated by the manufacturers is between 65 and 80cm above the stove table. The architect also remembers that it is necessary to pay attention to the height of the extension pipe if the right foot of the kitchen is too high or too low. That is, it all depends on the height between the floor and the ceiling of the room. Adriana is also aware of one more important fact: “if the distance from the instruction manual is different, always respect the indicated measure”.

4. How to calculate the correct power for each kitchen?

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Here’s a formula: multiply the kitchen volume (length x width x height) by ten to get an idea of ​​the minimum suction power the hood must have to treat all the air.

For example, for a kitchen 6m long by 4m wide with a height of 2.4m, the required suction will be calculated as follows: (6 x 4 x 2.4) x 10 = 576. Thus, any hood with a suction power equal to or greater than 576 cubic meters per hour will ensure that all the air in this kitchen is treated at least 10 times per hour.

The suction power is the most important characteristic of the hood, as it guarantees the proper functioning of the device. But what determines this potency? The size of the environment and the intensity and type of use. If the use of the stove is intense and includes the constant preparation of fried foods or if there is other cooking equipment in the kitchen, such as a barbecue, for example, the use of a hood with a higher power should be considered. Another factor to think about is that if the kitchen has many doors and windows or is American-style, a greater suction power will be needed to clean the entire environment.

Adriana explains: “It is essential to calculate the necessary suction power, as the power of the hood is determined by the size of the environment in which it will be installed. For the calculation, you must obtain the size of the kitchen (measured in cubic meters) and multiply it by 10. The result of the calculation will designate what power we must obtain to ensure the good performance of the hood”. Furthermore, Daniele reinforces: “by choosing a hood with this suction capacity or greater, the air in this environment will be treated at least 10 times per hour. The most common values ​​range from 400 to 1000m³/h.” On average, a flow of 900 m³/h is enough.

It is also good to remember that the prettiest hoods are not always the most useful, as the shape of the chimney also determines the appliance’s absorption strength. Pyramids are more efficient than rectangular ones. Equipment with lower profiles, such as those with a rectangular design, may even be prettier, but they end up needing larger engines, which can be very noisy. In order not to have any unpleasant surprises, try to test the hood before purchase.

The installation of the duct also deserves attention. It is more effective to draw a straight path straight outwards. If there are too many curves, the hood loses power, and starts to require a stronger model, which can end up being more expensive or noisy. In addition, regardless of the model chosen, close the doors and windows before starting a frying or any other type of cooking. The hood suction is more efficient without the interference of air currents.

5. How should the installation be done?

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The installation of the hood depends on its model and mainly on its functioning. “If you choose to use the hood for its exhaust function, you must hire a professional so that you can correctly install the air duct. If you are using a debugger, there is no need to hire a professional, just install it following the instructions in the manual. In addition, there must be a centralized outlet at a maximum height of 2.3 m from the floor”, teaches Adriana.

Daniele says that to use the hood in debug mode, all you need is a power point and a surface that supports its weight. In exhaust mode, which requires the piping that takes the air to the outside, she says: “Most of today’s apartments already have this waiting for the hood ready. If you don’t have the wait, you will need the help of a professional to find out if there is a possibility of installing it”.

Installations need to be carried out by trained professionals, as they require correct analysis of where and how the equipment will be fitted. When the property already has the hood system, the installer needs to be very precise when cutting the lining to fix the vertical duct support. In some cases, when the person chooses to disguise the hood, it is necessary to lower the ceiling with plaster to hide the duct.

You will also need to study well where your exit will be. Some manufacturers offer installation of the product to the kitchen ceiling slab. From there to the window, the responsibility becomes the owner. So, pay attention and ask for a complete quote with all the details of the service.

Now let’s go to the different hood models and the installation specifications for each one:

Wall hoods: This is the most common form found on the market. In this system, the hood is installed on a kitchen wall, above the stove. They tend to be more efficient, because the engine is only responsible for sucking ‘three sides’. In addition, they are less influenced by air currents, which displace the smoke produced outside the collection limits. In this case, the wall where the equipment will be installed must be strong enough to support the weight of the piece. If the hood acts as an exhaust, it is recommended that the ducts are preferably installed on the same wall. Another caution is that it must be at least 50mm away from side walls or cabinets.

Island Hoods: In this installation system, the hood is installed on the room ceiling. It is widely used in larger spaces where the stove is not positioned next to the wall countertop, but on islands, on those countertops that are in the middle of the kitchen. This model is more subject to drafts and are more visible. Many people choose to use this glass hood model. In these cases, pay extra attention to the ability to suck. In addition, due to their weight, they must be installed directly on the ceiling and never on the plaster or wood ceiling.

Suspended hoods: From a distance, this type of hood even resembles a pendant lamp. But despite the more modern design, it works the same as other models and its installation does not require any special features. These hoods usually only work in debugger mode.

Built-in hoods: In this model, the hoods are placed in a disguised way in the environment and often don’t even appear. Typically, the equipment is placed between furniture such as cabinets, shelves and niches. Therefore, it is necessary to adapt them to receive this type of hood, leaving an opening for the air outlet. There is also the possibility of embedding in the plaster ceiling or in the countertop. In the ceiling, to maintain suction efficiency, since the built-in hoods are at a much greater distance from the stove than the standard one, they need a special motor, usually with twice the suction of a standard hood. on the bench, are positioned behind the stove and are retractable, that is, when activated, they rise from the bench line to assume a height of approximately 30 cm, sucking air downwards, where the motor and the aluminum and activated carbon filters are located. This type of product does not use ducts.

Angled hoods: This system is the least common installation, and is used when the stove is installed in the corner of the kitchen.

6. Maintenance: what care is needed?

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The hood also needs care so that it has a good durability and to avoid clogging and poor performance. In addition, it is important that it is always clean, so as not to impregnate the kitchen and other environments with the smell of grease and accumulated dirt.

“It is very important to keep the hood always clean, using a soft, damp cloth and neutral detergent. Always turn off the circuit breaker before cleaning and never use abrasive products. Keep your filters in good condition, changing periodically according to the manufacturer’s instructions”, emphasizes Adriana.

Daniele explains other precautions that we must take in our daily lives: “you must take care to turn off the stovetops before removing the pan from the top, as excessive heat can damage the appliance. Avoid buckling and take care that fried foods do not generate high flames. To keep the hood clean, just wash the metal filter at least once a week and change the charcoal filter every 6 months”, he explains.

The hood’s maintenance is much simpler than that of a debugger, as the air is eliminated directly to the external area and, therefore, there is no accumulation of grease and other residues. Another facilitator is that as they are made of materials such as stainless steel and aluminum, cleaning becomes much simpler. The hood also eliminates the use of charcoal, which sometimes exists in the debugger’s filtering system, making hygiene even easier.

7. How to integrate the hood into the kitchen decor?

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Just as there are people who love to make the hood part of the decor, there are also other people who don’t want the equipment to show up in the kitchen. Either way, there are options for both cases.

For those who want to use it as a decorative object, Adriana suggests: “nowadays it is common for the hood to be part of the kitchen decor, with several finishing options and a sophisticated design. Choose to choose a hood that harmonizes with the stove or cooktop. On the market we can find numerous models, just choose the hood that suits the style of your kitchen, be it classic or contemporary”.

It’s even worth taking over the duct, so you don’t have to lower the ceiling with plaster and avoid further breakage. If your kitchen design has an industrial aesthetic, even better, invest in a nice-looking pipe. But it’s important to remember that the more design these pieces are, the more expensive they are. You have to be careful with prices.

Another decorative option is the hoods under the island. American-style, this idea is becoming a trend in Brazil and the structure of the equipment allows you to create a modern look, assuming full prominence within the space.

“In addition to the stainless steel hoods, with a more industrial look, we find colored, black and white hoods and hoods that look more like a pendant lamp. If the intention is to use the hood as a highlight in the kitchen, invest in a model with a more sculptural design or with a strong color, but that harmonizes with those used in the rest of the room”, recommends Daniele.

The suspended hoods mentioned by Daniele are ideal for those people who love the modern style, as they have a different design that doesn’t resemble the traditional hoods at all. Some of them even have lighting set by remote control, which influences the ambient light and the decoration as a whole.

For people who are more discreet and who prefer to disguise the hood in the environment, the architect says that there are models that can be hidden inside the countertop or in the plaster of the ceiling. “If the idea is to harmonize the hood with the rest of the kitchen, choose shapes and colors similar to those of other appliances in the environment”, he says. Recessed hoods are also great options for this case, as they don’t attract much attention. It’s the same case with the debugger, which can also be hidden in the closet.

130 kitchen hood ideas for inspiration

After Adriana and Daniele’s excellent explanations, you are certainly ready to choose the best hood model for your home. Check now examples of kitchens with different types of hoods to help you even more in this choice:

1. Hoods are essential for integrated kitchens

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Whoever has a kitchen open to the living room needs a hood with an extractor fan. Otherwise, the smell of food will spread through the rooms. In this case, it was placed on the wall, between a closet shelf, creating a creative composition.

2. Pay attention to height

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As the architects Adriana Bijarra and Daniele Cargnin explained, there is a standard height between the stove or cooktop and the lower part of the hood. This measure must always be respected to ensure the proper functioning of the equipment. Stay tuned during installation!

3. Modern and efficient

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In addition to the more traditional one, there are many other models of hoods. This is the square model, widely used by those who want to give that modern touch to the kitchen. In addition, the hood combined perfectly with the cooktop countertop, making the environment even more elegant.

4. Receive visits without fear

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Here we can see another gourmet kitchen model , that is, integrated with the living room, which makes the use of the hood indispensable. Thus, the chef can cook at will without worrying about paying attention to his guests and without leaving them in an environment that smells of smoke and grease.

5. Innovate in coatings

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You can also choose to use linings on the hood so it doesn’t look as apparent. In this case, the coating used was wood, matching the rest of the kitchen decor. Wasn’t it beautiful?

6. The right power makes all the difference

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Also according to the recommendations of the architects, the potency of the hood is one of the most important factors. In this kitchen, two hoods were used for complete absorption. This round style is also modern and makes the environment more elegant and charming.

7. Proportional stove and hood

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Running away from the cooktop, now the example shows a hood with a stove. This stove is very large, with many burners, so it requires a hood proportional to this size. Regarding the decoration, the copper color of the hood went very well with the kitchen countertop.

8. Glass detail

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Some hoods have this detail on the glass base. In addition to being beautiful, this model is also very practical and makes cleaning a lot easier. In this kitchen, it combined very well with the contrast of black and white, with the acrylic benches and with the ultra-glossy countertop.

9. Beautiful clean kitchen

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This type of hood, tubular, is indicated for those countertops and islands that are in the middle of the kitchen. Very popular in the United States, this idea is also becoming a trend in Brazil. The structure of the equipment allows you to create a modern look, becoming the main protagonist of the space.

10. Discreet and functional

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The design of this hood is also super modern, as it is built into the ceiling. It is made of stainless steel, with neon lighting and a high performance motor. Ideal for those who like more discreet devices that don’t draw much attention. And the best, without ceasing to be powerful.

11. Beauty and sophistication

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In this kitchen with super modern equipment, the hood is also not far behind. This flat and straight model is one of the most used and leaves the kitchen with a very sophisticated air. The suspended lamp on the side made the composition even more beautiful.

12. How about a square model?

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This square model is also very nice and efficient. In this kitchen, the hood was installed on the wall and it also made a beautiful composition with the stove and the utensils hanging between them.

13. A special touch

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In this beautiful and delicate kitchen, the decoration was thought little by little and everything combines very harmoniously. Pink and purple colors predominate and make a beautiful set with the wooden bench and cabinet. The glass detail of the hood gave even more delicacy to the environment.

14. Everything white and clean

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All white kitchen asks for a hood more than any other. The white color is easier to show dirt and grease, and the hood can help give that clean and fresh air to your cooking corner and entertaining friends.

15. Multiple functions

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Here we can see the structure of the hood and its absorption area very well. In this model, it also has lamps for lighting and also hooks for hanging kitchen utensils.

16. Perfect decoration

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Didn’t this hood look great on the tile-patterned wallpaper? In addition, the location of the hood between the two wall cabinets made the decoration more symmetrical and harmonious, making good use of the spaces. The lighting made the environment even more charming.

17. Make the hood more charming

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As mentioned before, some hoods come with hooks that can be used to hang kitchen utensils and make the environment even more charming. Doesn’t it look beautiful? Here, copper utensils left the kitchen with a much more special decoration.

18. Island with cooktop: the darlings of the moment

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Cooktop islands are a pure hit in contemporary kitchens. This pair makes the environment more modern and easier to circulate, and also allows for greater interaction with guests when cooking. For these cases, obviously, the island hood is the ideal model.

19. Beautiful American Kitchen

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This kitchen is also integrated in the style, but the table is not on the same counter as the stove. Even so, the use of the hood is essential so that the environment does not become impregnated with grease. In this example, the hood is stainless steel with a glass base detail.

20. Cocks can also be delicate

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Island hoods are ideal for application on countertops without close walls. This kitchen is also super charming, in shades of white, blue and pink, and it was even more beautiful with the design of the round hood, which ends up being more delicate than the other models.

21. Modern wall hood

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This beautiful wall hood was placed on a wooden panel. The top glass is not only beautiful, it also helps to reinforce the hood on the wall and make it secure.

22. A design that is pure modernity

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This hood model is pure elegance and sophistication. These are the suspended hoods, which look more like a set of lamps. They are also designed for kitchens integrated with other environments and have advanced design and state-of-the-art technology.

23. A special corner

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This beautiful, intimate and creative kitchen is integrated with a kind of living room. The television, the sofa and the vertical garden made the environment more cozy, not to mention the beautiful shade of blue on the bench , giving a special touch to the decoration. But of course, to make the corner even more comfortable, the hood could not be missing.

24. Say goodbye to smoke

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As Daniele explained, the hoods serve to prevent the odors released during cooking from spreading through the house. They suck up vapors with odors and grease as soon as they come out of the pans. That way, you and your house don’t smell like fried food.

25. Beautiful and traditional

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The pyramidal hood is one of the best known models and also one of the most efficient. It can be installed as a debugger or exhaust. So you can prepare delicious dishes and recipes without worrying about grease and air quality in your kitchen.

26. Calculate the dimensions of the hood

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With no windows close together, the kitchen asked for a hood well calculated for the size of the place and to properly fit the five burners on the cooktop. In addition, it made a nice combination with the countertop and the refrigerator, making the kitchen beautiful and functional.

27. Each hood in its place

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In this kitchen, we can see the presence of two different design hoods. The round one for the cooktop and the square one for the barbecue, also built into the countertop. This can be a good option if you have two cooking appliances in the same room.

28. The more powerful the better

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Joining the kitchen with the living room requires the installation of an even more powerful hood, especially for those who do not have good natural ventilation at home. Thus, you will prevent the smell or smoke from spreading to other environments.

29. Double absorption

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There are also hoods that are used in pairs. This is a good solution for those who want to increase the suction power of the device without having to give up their preferred design. In this beautiful kitchen, the owner opted for the round hoods.

30. The look is also important

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This beautiful integrated kitchen is super well decorated and full of style. Black and wood dominate the environment, even with the floor tones matching these colors. The stainless steel hood with black detailing added a special touch to the decoration.

31. The debugger also has a turn

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The debugger is also an excellent option so that your kitchen environment is always clean, removing the unpleasant smell of grease from the environment. This appliance works by recycling the greasy air, then returning it clean to the kitchen.

32. Attention to the glass

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / ACTUAL DESIGN

Glass hood models are very beautiful, but tend to have a loss of up to 40% of the catchment area. While a conventional appliance for a six-burner stove has three filters, a glass one has only two. So, if aesthetics prevail, exhaustion may be less potent. Talk to a professional about this.

33. Kitchen with island, hood and cellar

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / DALINE SOUSA BIEGO

How about this beautiful kitchen with wooden furniture and flashier hood? The visual impact can be used to add value to the decor, with the hood intentionally drawing attention. This model, in addition to being beautiful, original and full of personality, contributes to giving a more rustic touch to the environment.

34. Hood for the beach and country house

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / DAVID GUERRA

Beach and country houses also need a good hood, especially if the place is very popular and receives a lot of people. In addition, this type of house has the advantage of allowing a more visible pipe, as they are usually larger and have a more rustic style.

35. All blue

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / ADRIANA MELLO

This kitchen was a grace with these shades of turquoise blue . The silver hood blended in perfectly with the surroundings. The integrated room has a more classic style, with super delicate furniture.

36. Colored hood, why not?

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / ELEN SARAVALLI

How about this red hood matching the decor of the room? The hoods are very decorative and today we can find a multitude of materials to match the decor of the kitchen. The interesting thing is always to combine beauty with practicality, easy maintenance and equipment performance.

37. Island hood with mini bench

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / JANNINI SAGARRA ARCHITECTURE

The bench for quick meals and the island hood are the highlights of this environment. The light tones were beautiful with the wood and the hood combined with the other appliances.

38. Kitchen with yellow details and stainless steel hood

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / ELEN SARAVALLI

Stainless steel hoods are great options. Stainless steel has many advantages over other materials as it does not rust, does not corrode, is very easy to clean, has a more hygienic appearance, has more stability against extreme temperatures, high durability and a good cost-benefit ratio.

39. Take advantage of the space between cabinets

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REPRODUCTION / FERNANDA MARQUES

In this example, the hood was placed between cabinets and made a great composition with the furniture. The square model is elegant and modern. However, pay attention to the installation specifications for this case, so that it does not interfere with the functioning of the hood or damage the cabinets.

40. Dual function

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / SARA BEVILAQUA HISTER

Many people prefer to use the hood only as an air cleaner, as these models tend to have more beautiful and modern designs. The flat hood, used in this kitchen, can act in two functions: exhaust and debugger. This one still has four lamps, making the device more elegant.

41. The practicality of ceiling hoods

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / AVANTI! GOURMET ELECTROS

The activation of the built-in ceiling hoods is done by remote control, and their lighting helps to compose the lighting of the environment, in addition to providing direct light on the food. In this case, it was made especially for the gas grill.

42. A little green

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / HBINTERIORES

Here, the hood was also used as a support for beautiful plants, which give more life to the kitchen. The mirrored design made the environment even more beautiful. Not to mention the incredible effect given by the cobogós wall .

43. Mix of styles

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MAGDA ROBERTO DA SILVA SANTOS

This kitchen, in general, has a more rustic decor, reminding even a cottage. But the electric hood with glass detail gives a more modern touch to the environment and gives a break in the country style.

44. Modern and high tech decor

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / URBEM ARQUITETURA

A great example of good hood decoration is this beautiful kitchen design. The wide hood covers the cooktop well, taking advantage of the external material of the appliance to bring a good combination with the modern refrigerators in the environment.

45. Special corner for the cooktop

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CLAUDIA RAMIREZ ARCHITECTURE

This cooktop was positioned differently from most projects. It has a special corner and, from a distance, it even looks like a stove. The hood complemented the functionality and decoration.

46. ​​One more option with debugger

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / FRANCINE MOURA

Debuggers are not as efficient as hoods, but they work well for smaller kitchens. As explained by the architects, the difference between them and the hoods with this function is that the hoods have an air outlet, while the debuggers do not.

47. Industrial round hood

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CR2 ARCHITECTURE

This round hood has a more industrial design and is a little more aggressive and heavier. Even so, it made an interesting combination with the clean kitchen and the delicate cooktop.

48. A powerful coif

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / ANA MÄHLER

If the use of the stove is intense and includes the constant preparation of fried foods or if there is other cooking equipment in the environment, such as a barbecue, for example, the use of a hood with greater power should be considered.

49. A more imposing design

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / ROCCO ARCHITECTS

This is another example where the hood has a more imposing design and is displayed as a design piece in the decor. The lighting from the windows and the view from the outside made the environment even more charming.

50. Everything matching

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / VIVIANE DINAMARCO

If you have a kitchen open to the living room, it is better to opt for a hood with an extractor fan, as they are much more powerful. Otherwise, the smell of food will spread through the rooms. In this case, the professional built the duct into the ceiling, making a beautiful combination with the material of the hood.

See more models of hoods to keep your kitchen free from grease and smoke

Next, more options for hoods and their different ways of installing them in the kitchen.

51. A more rustic style

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / ISIS CHAULON

52. Suspended hoods give the kitchen more personality

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / GABRIELE BAROTTO

53. Square hoods are also used a lot

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CR2 ARCHITECTURE

54. Interesting contrast

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / APIACÁS ARCHITECTS

55. Hood in the exhaust function

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CARLA JUAÇABA

56. Another pair of hoods

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / JULIANA PIPPI

57. Large and striking hood in the decoration

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MM ARCHITECTURE AND URBANISM

58. A hood that also doubles as a spice rack

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MANDRIL ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN

59. Take advantage of spaces between cabinets

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / JULIANA LAHOZ

60. Shelves attached

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / BRACCINI + LIMA ARCHITECTURE

61. Match the tones

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CLAUDIA PIMENTA AND PATRÍCIA FRANCO

62. Gourmet kitchen with island hood

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / LAURA SANTOS

63. Charming yellow debugger

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / C+H ARCHITECTURE

64. The flat stainless steel hood made the kitchen even more modern

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / TATIANA COUTINHO + ROBERTA VILELA

65. Modern kitchen and hood

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / FABIANA ROSELLO

66. Kitchen with metallic hood

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CLARICE SEMERENE

67. Beautiful combination of glass hood with marble counter

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / ANDRÉ LENZA

68. Integrated kitchen with young, up-to-date decor

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / THAISA BOHRER

69. Beautiful shade of gold

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / ESPAÇO DO TRAÇO ARQUITETURA

70. Beautiful decoration with glass hood

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARAÚ DESIGN STUDIO

71. Delicate round hood

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / SÍLVIA CARVALHO

72. Aluminum and glass island hood

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / LARISSA VINAGRE

73. Cooktop proportional hood

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / VANJA MAIA

74. Another round island hood option

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / DOT ARCHITECTURE

75. Super functional slanted hood

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / PROJETSE ENG. & ARCHITECTURE

76. The hood attached to the closet became more discreet

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / BRACCINI + LIMA ARCHITECTURE

77. Spacious kitchen with glass table and electric hood

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARCIA ACARO

78. Flat island hood with glass detail

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / ROSSANI AZAMBUJA

79. Use the hood to complement the decor

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / ALINE GUTIERREZ

80. Kitchen with a more industrial design stove and hood

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / L’HARMONIE FINA COZINHA

81. Beautiful composition of the hood with suspended lighting fixtures

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARIA HELENA TORRES

82. Recessed round hood

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CHRIS AMBROSIO

83. Kitchen with aluminum hood

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARLI ASSIS

84. Planned kitchen with aluminum hood

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / JANNINI SAGARRA ARCHITECTURE

85. Another option with hooks

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / KITCHEN EMPORIUM

86. Combination of creative wallpapers, including for the hood

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / SEMARA BRITO

87. Island Coifs: the darlings of the moment

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / ANDREA BURATTO

88. Kitchen ready to prepare that special dinner

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / IARA SANTOS

89. Another square model

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / JÉSSYKA TELES

90. Kitchen clean and shining

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / EVELINE SAMPAIO

91. Round hoods are used a lot for the beautiful and discreet design

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / LETICIA ARAUJO

92. Suspended luminaires make a great composition with hoods

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / PAULA MAGNANI

93. Lighted hoods are even more functional

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / INOVA ARCHITECTURE

94. All gray and silver

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / NUNES AND MONTENEGRO

95. The square model contrasts with more delicate kitchens

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CONSUELO JORGE

96. Kettle and hood matching

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / SORAYA PASQUALOTTI

97. Wide and beautiful hood

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / VERRI & GALVÃO

98. Recessed ceiling hood

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / DANIELE CARGNIN

99. The round hood gave a special touch

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / TR3ARQ

100. Wood and cement

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CLAUDIA PIMENTA AND PATRÍCIA FRANCO

101. Gourmet kitchen with round hood

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / BARILLARI ARCHITECTURE

102. Planned kitchen with stainless steel hood

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MEYERCORTEZ ARQUITETURA & DESIGN

103. Flat hoods are efficient and serve both functions

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / SEFERIN ARCHITECTURE

104. Island with cooktop and built-in hood

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / GABRIELE BAROTTO

105. Another imposing and super modern model

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARIA LAVINIA ARCHITECTURE

106. The hood left the cabinet with a more modern design

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MAIRA DE LIMA

107. Lighted hoods look beautiful

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / BELGUERREIRO ARCHITECTURE

108. Never risk having an integrated kitchen without a hood

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / DANIELE CARGNIN

109. Wall hoods are considered more efficient

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / RF ARCHITECTURE

110. The glass detail matched the environment

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MONICA LAGE GUERRA

111. The color of the hood harmonized with the rest of the kitchen

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / GIOVANNA RAMALHO

112. Copper-tone hood

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARIANE BAPTISTA AND MARILDA BAPTISTA

113. Round and stylish

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / SUITE ARCHITECTS

114. Optimize spaces

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / BRACCINI + LIMA ARCHITECTURE

115. Don’t forget to keep an eye on the height when installing

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MARCIA MENEZES

116. Beautiful composition of cabinets and hood

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / BRACCINI + LIMA ARCHITECTURE

117. Clean and grease-free kitchen

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / ISABELLA LOLLI GHETTI

118. This hood perfectly matched the mirrored kitchen

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / ANNA MAYA & ANDERSON SCHUSSLER

119. Hood and cooktop: the perfect combination

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / GRAZIELLA NICOLAI

120. A kitchen full of personality

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / ILLA

121. Gone are the days when the hood could not add to the decoration

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MÁIRA RITTER

122. With the hood in the kitchen, everything will be even cleaner

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / MIKAELIAN FREITAS

123. The hood was shiny next to the lamps

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / NATALIA PINI

124. Kitchen with yellow finishes and stainless steel pyramidal hood

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / DANIELA OLIVEIRA LANDSBERG

125. Pay attention to the right distance between the hood and the cabinets

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / OSCAR MIKAIL

126. Remember to study the dimensions of the hood and stove

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / ELEVO ARQUITETURA

127. All mirrored

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / ATHOS PERUZZOLO

128. Modern hood and faucet

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / SAMIRA BRONETTI

129. The absorption area varies according to the hood model

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / CAROLINA ROCCO

130. This hood also served to break the color of the environment a little

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / BRACCINI + LIMA ARCHITECTURE

So, did you manage to remove all your doubts about the hood? As we have seen, they are responsible for renewing the air in the room, causing unpleasant odors and vapors to dissipate, not be absorbed and not circulate in other rooms in the house. They also prevent stains on clothing and furniture. Such a system guarantees more than 90% efficiency, due to the duct system that takes the air to an external outlet. So, how about investing in this equipment to renew the air and put an end to that greasy smell that persists in the environment?