Which Neff Cooker Hood is Best for My Kitchen?

By: Braeg Heneffe

As well as being practical and extremely useful, many people these days are also purchasing cooker hoods for their aesthetically pleasing and decorative qualities. If you have a large kitchen you can get away with making a feature out of your cooker hood and there are a few styles to choose from in the Neff cooker hood range. The cooker hoods range from Series two to Series six, with Series two being the most basic that Neff have to offer and Series six having the highest specification and most features. Neff cooker hoods also come in Island Chimney, Chimney, Canopy, Conventional, Telescopic and Conventional designs and if you are aiming to make a feature out of your cooker hood, then the Chimney and Island Chimney styles are the ones that you need to be looking at.

The Island Chimney models from Neff, as the name suggests, is designed to be suspended over a central island kitchen unit. These come in a variation of sizes, including extra wide, and make quite a statement in a large kitchen, but would definitely make a smaller kitchen look cluttered.

If your kitchen is short on space, but you would still like the cooker hood to be on show, then the Chimney models look sleek and come in a range of finishes and sizes so that they can be matched up to your existing oven easily.

But not everybody wants their cooker hood on show, but still wants the air in the kitchen to be kept fresh. In this case, the Neff cooker hoods in the Canopy, Integrated, Conventional and Telescopic models are the best. They come with similar features in terms of practicality and the choice really lies in your preference of design and appearance. The Canopy style hoods fit snugly under an overhead canopy kitchen unit so that they can remain discreet and save you some kitchen space. You can barely tell that you even have a cooker hood just by looking if you go for an integrated model. This is because the cooker hood is hidden behind a furniture door and is left for you to pull out when you need it.

The conventional hoods are another neat and tidy option and are designed to fit under a kitchen unit. They protrude slightly allowing easy access to the controls. Finally, the Telescopic models are the tiniest Neff cooker hoods available and make choosing pretty easy if you have a, shall we say 'cosy' kitchen. Let us face it- the smaller kitchens are often the ones that will benefit the most from having a cooker hood, because all that old air just lingers in these summer months. The telescopic hoods pull out from the wall when you need them. Otherwise you would barely know that they are there.

So whether it is a statement that you want to make with your Neff hood, or the practicality of the appliance whilst keeping it as discreet as possible, there is plenty of choice out there. And a cooker hood at this time of the year will definitely make spending time in your kitchen a far more pleasant experience.

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