Hello, friends! I hope you are having a great day and are looking forward to a lovely weekend ahead–whatever your plans may be. Since our March Break begins tomorrow, we are anticipating a fun weekend at home with three of our four sons completing home projects and competing in a Dodgeball Tournament (yep, you read that right… I’ll let you know how that turned out next week 😉 ).
Even though a range hood cover for our kitchen isn’t in the plans for this weekend, I am beginning to plan my husband’s next few DIY projects because I like to be helpful like that ;-).
Building House|Making Home DIY To Do List
- mudroom coat and shoe storage built-ins
- office desk area
- range hood cover
Since I have a bit of time before we approach the building of #3, I thought I would get some opinions from you regarding the range hood cover. One rule for this little project is that it can’t be too “fussy” as our kitchen is really a part of our main living area which includes our rustic shiplap fireplace:
Also, the range hood cover needs to be simple to build and coordinate with the current kitchen cupboards (white cupboards & gray island) and barn beam mantel in the living room. Possible colors/materials it could be made of: white, gray, black, reclaimed wood. In my opinion the range hood cover should be the focal point in our kitchen and right now it is lackluster at best:
So, keeping those things in mind I have pinned quite a few ideas onto my kitchen board and here are some of my favorites:
So many lovely options! Which one is your favorite? Which one do you think would go best in our kitchen? White, black, gray or natural wood?
Thanks for giving me your two cents worth! And also thanks for praying for our family that we make it through Dodgeball in one piece ;-)!