If you love rustic creations as much as I do, you’ll love today’s topic, pallet wood adds a rustic style to kitchen hood.
I’ve tossed around different styles of hoods over the last couple of years, but none of them fit my style.
It’s really hard to decide on one type of range hood installation. Pinterest is full of many wonderful kitchen hood ideas, how would I ever find the right installation for me.
One day, while browsing Pinterest, I stumbled upon a hood on the show Fixer Upper on H.G.T.V. I was smitten! The kitchen was rustic and had all the colors and elements I wanted.
It was like they were reading my mind.
The hood was rustic and simple. It reminded me of an old farm shoot or something you would see in an old factory.
The wheels started turning inside my head. That’s the one.
I grabbed a piece of paper and drew out a rough drawing before heading to the store. I find it easier to make a list so I don’t forget anything, or at least not as much.
While at Home depot, I decided to build the hood frame using purchased wood. I wanted a uniform frame to start out with and my pallet stash wasn’t going to cut it.
I purchased furring strips, studs, and moldings before heading home.
After building the hood frame, I used pallet boards for the front and sides to give it texture and the rustic appearance I fell in love with.
The grain in the pallet wood is outstanding. It really gives the hood a rustic appearance and texture.
Want to hear more, stop back tomorrow to find out how to build your own rustic pallet kitchen hood.
Hope to see you then.
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