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Bluestar range with 24"backguard with painted wood vent hood look

Posted by dazedandconfused (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 24, 13 at 17:46

Would a 36" stainless Bluestar range with a 24" tall stainless backguard look ok with a painted wood hood or would that range/tall backguard combination look better with a stainless/metal hood?

I can't seem to find a single picture of a prosumer range and high backguard with a painted wood hood. They all seem to have a stainless steel hood.

I've added a picture to show the wood hood style I had in mind.

Any opinions would be appreciated.

Thank you.

This post was edited by dazedandconfused on Wed, Apr 24, 13 at 18:12


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RE: Bluestar range with 24"backguard with painted wood vent hood

I think that looks really nice! Go for it!


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RE: Bluestar range with 24"backguard with painted wood vent hood

Thank you for your imput, Heidi! Btw, i love your username... Lol


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RE: Bluestar range with 24"backguard with painted wood vent hood

Kind of like this (although I think this is a plaster hood)

How practical are painted hoods in terms of cleaning and durability since you have steam and grease etc.?


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