I'm stuck on what to do here. This photo shows my hood location with the template and the adjacent bank of high windows (cabinets will go underneath the windows).. The hood will go to the ceiling. Would it be more visually appealing to keep all the cabinets the same height? Or should I go to the ceiling with the cabinets flanking the hood, using glass doors on only the soffit height part of the upper? If I were to go to the ceiling with them, what do I do in the corner? I will have 4" crown molding on top of the cabinets. Splitting the corner cabinetry height presents a a crown molding issue, I believe. The cabinets will be stained and the hood will be painted off white. The window trim will be off white also. My ceilings are 8' 5". There will be a peninsula with pendant lights. It's a smallish kitchen with a 3' x 4' island. There is a lot going on here and I don't want to over do it or be out of balance. Any advice or opinions will be appreciated.