Art of Rain Custom Copper Range Hoods

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Adele Copper Range Hood
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Berenice Copper Range Hood
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Caprice Copper Range Hood
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Tall Camillia Copper Range Hood
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Camillia Copper Range Hood I
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Wide Camillia Copper Range Hood
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Camillia Copper Range Hood II
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Estella Copper Range Hood I
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Estella Copper Range Hood II
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Craftsman Copper Range Hood

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Tall Berenice Copper Range Hood 

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Bettina Copper Range Hood

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Camillia Copper Range Hood III
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Copper Range Hood Liners
 
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Bettina Copper Range Hood II

About Range Hoods

Why Copper?
 

There is nothing more beautiful than natural copper material. Some of the most beautiful range hood designs are made of copper. Rustic or shiny bright patina can complement both the new and old world kitchen styles. Hand hammered patterns add more character to a copper range hood and are a part of what gives it a distinctive look. This flexibility makes copper range hoods an excellent choice for any kitchen!


Copper ages gracefully...


Unlike other metal elements, copper becomes more beautiful with time. It’s true, mother nature has given copper a magical aging process. When left alone, copper interacts with its environment and naturally deepens in color and tone. Your copper range hood will become more beautiful as it ages! 


Cleaning your range hood...


Use clean soft, non-abrasive cloth or towel with soap and warm water. Please do not scrub with any acid based chemicals, this will damage the patina. It’s best to wipe your copper range hood dry to prevent any dry spots(these spots may effect or even ruin the patina finish). We always recommend to apply a light coat of wax to your range hood. This will add a layer of protection for your range hood patina finish against dust and grease. How often should you clean your range hood? As often as needed. This could be every 6-10 months(depending on how heavy and often you cook). 


Side note...


If you happen to scratch your range hood and end up with a shiny, bright streak, please let your range hood heal itself. Yes, you heard that right! Over short period of time the scratch will darken and cover with same patina color. No need to help the copper do its magic!