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Creative Ways to Disguise a Range Hood Vent

Whether you're planning a full kitchen remodel or a little sprucing up, there are many ways to cover up your range hood vent. Think about your overall plan for the kitchen and work in a range hood vent cover up that suits your style. Here are some options for inspiration.

Customize a Cabinet

to cover up your ugly range hood. The operative word here is custom. That’s because the size of the cabinet depends on the size of your hood vent and the space available above it.

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Paint On a New Color

On a budget, but still want a new look for your old range hood? A few coats of high-heat resistant appliance spray paint is an easy and affordable way to for less. Check the paint aisle of any hardware store or home center for just the right color.

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Sheet Metal Cover Up

If you’re comfortable with metal working, cover up your old range hood vent using sheets of galvanized metal—the same material used to install flashing along a chimney. Your home center will have sheets or rolls of metal, as well as specialty tin snips for cutting. (If you need help check out these tips for cutting sheet metal.) If you’re looking for something with more of an antique flare, consider buying to match your style.

Photo: Dmitriy Tikhonenko/Shutterstock


Give it a Good Cleaning

Maybe your range hood vent just needs some TLC to come back to life. A good deep cleaning costs next to nothing and won’t take more than an hour or so.


Box It

Build a custom decorative box to cover your old range hood. Reorganize your kitchen, so you don’t need the extra space of an overhead cabinet and then cover the front and sides with wood that you can stain or paint You’ll still have access to the vent controls by reaching underneath. And, the front ledge works as a spot for small fun or functional objects.

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Add Decorative Corbels

If your range hood cover itself is simply boring, make a statement with a stylish cover. If you’re a novice woodworker, but you want to spruce up your range hood, . This old French word simply means a fixture coming out from a wall to support a structure above it. In this instance, the corbels function strictly as a decorative accent piece since your hood cover is already mounted in place. You can buy pre-made corbels or you can handcraft and install your own design and mount them under your range hood cover.

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Faux Finish

Another way to show your ugly range hood some love on a budget is to . This weekend kitchen upgrade can be applied to any kitchen appliance.

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Tile is Not Just for Backsplashes

Tile floors, tiled bathroom walls, tile backsplashes—tile can be added to just about anything, including your unsightly range hood. You could install a few accent tiles or cover the entire surface to make it blend in with a tiled wall.

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Just Blend In

One way to hide a range hood is to make it disappear. If you’ve got enough space, you can inset your range and vent hood and surround it with drywall. The entire vent assembly is out of sight, so if you paint the kitchen a single color, you’ve created a sleek, uncluttered facade.

Photo: Courtesy of

Customize a Cabinet

to cover up your ugly range hood. The operative word here is custom. That’s because the size of the cabinet depends on the size of your hood vent and the space available above it.

Photo: Courtesy of

Photo: Courtesy of Two Seventy Four

Paint On a New Color

On a budget, but still want a new look for your old range hood? A few coats of high-heat resistant appliance spray paint is an easy and affordable way to for less. Check the paint aisle of any hardware store or home center for just the right color.

Photo: Courtesy of Two Seventy Four


CSD Dmitriy Tikhonenko/Shutterstock

Sheet Metal Cover Up

If you’re comfortable with metal working, cover up your old range hood vent using sheets of galvanized metal—the same material used to install flashing along a chimney. Your home center will have sheets or rolls of metal, as well as specialty tin snips for cutting. (If you need help check out these tips for cutting sheet metal.) If you’re looking for something with more of an antique flare, consider buying to match your style.

Photo: Dmitriy Tikhonenko/Shutterstock


Give it a Good Cleaning

Maybe your range hood vent just needs some TLC to come back to life. A good deep cleaning costs next to nothing and won’t take more than an hour or so.


Box It

Build a custom decorative box to cover your old range hood. Reorganize your kitchen, so you don’t need the extra space of an overhead cabinet and then cover the front and sides with wood that you can stain or paint You’ll still have access to the vent controls by reaching underneath. And, the front ledge works as a spot for small fun or functional objects.

Photo: Courtesy of


Add Decorative Corbels

If your range hood cover itself is simply boring, make a statement with a stylish cover. If you’re a novice woodworker, but you want to spruce up your range hood, . This old French word simply means a fixture coming out from a wall to support a structure above it. In this instance, the corbels function strictly as a decorative accent piece since your hood cover is already mounted in place. You can buy pre-made corbels or you can handcraft and install your own design and mount them under your range hood cover.

Photo:


Faux Finish

Another way to show your ugly range hood some love on a budget is to . This weekend kitchen upgrade can be applied to any kitchen appliance.

Photo: Courtesy of


Tile is Not Just for Backsplashes

Tile floors, tiled bathroom walls, tile backsplashes—tile can be added to just about anything, including your unsightly range hood. You could install a few accent tiles or cover the entire surface to make it blend in with a tiled wall.

Photo: Courtesy of


Just Blend In

One way to hide a range hood is to make it disappear. If you’ve got enough space, you can inset your range and vent hood and surround it with drywall. The entire vent assembly is out of sight, so if you paint the kitchen a single color, you’ve created a sleek, uncluttered facade.

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