Euro ES8 - Custom Range Hood
Old world kitchens contain a variety of elements, many of which stem from the old-school kitchens of the 1600s. With natural materials and earthy color schemes, these kitchens evoke the sense of a time before cooking technology where fire and metal were all anyone needed to create ideal meals for the entire family. The traditional European style of our Euro ES8 is absolutely perfect for those looking to pull off this look.
Looking to maintain the old world vibe? Go with a traditional, hammered copper option, with metal rivets and other accessories, to ensure that you bring up an earthy color with browns and greens. Looking to build something eclectic, with an old world vibe with a modern twist? Check out our variety of options to customize your entire kitchen exactly to your needs.
Sure, this range hood is beautiful, but it is also incredibly functional. It can remove gas and odors from your kitchen. Additionally, when it runs, it removes a tremendous amount of heat. Ever work up a sweat while you're cooking? Kiss those days goodbye when you install and utilize your CopperSmith custom range hood to maintain a pleasant kitchen environment, both in terms of temperature and atmosphere quality.
There are a large variety of ways that you can ensure your CopperSmith products maintain their old-world sheen within your home. If you're looking for tips on how to maintain that new copper look, go no further. The following steps will get you exactly where you need: first, you'll want to clean your copper surface frequently with soap and water. Secondly, you'll want to consider a cleaning spray. We recommend Bayes Teak Cleaning Spray for those looking to bring out the more natural colors available in the patina. For those looking to put in the ultimate effort, we recommend a once monthly scrub with a fine wool in order to maintain the appropriate structure.
The beauty and charm of copper can be hard to overlook. And ultimately, you'll need to take some additional steps to protect the finish of your product as well. To protect your finish, the steps will look largely the same as those you are already taking to protect your copper. You'll begin by washing with soap and water. Additionally, of course, you'll want to avoid abrasive cleaners. Finally, we recommend an annual coating of carnauba wax to keep the colors vibrant, and you'll want to be extra cautious when cooking with materials like lemon or pineapple, to keep the acid away from the finish of your appliances.