The "Santa Clara Copper Range Hood by SoLuna has a beautiful bell shape that comes with a beautifully embossed apron front design. The design of this hood brings warmth and a baroque touch to your kitchen. This hood is ideal for mounting in a farmhouse style kitchen. It is the perfect combination of artisan crafts and contemporary fashion. All our hoods are handcrafted by our artisans from heavy-gauge copper to assure unsurpassed quality and durability. Copper is naturally antibacterial and is a good environmentally friendly choice.
Decorative copper range hoods are often the focal point of the kitchen. If you need custom options, please give us a call. Our knowledgeable and experienced staff will guide you through the simple process. We can create a custom CAD drawing to help you visualize your beautiful and unique custom copper range hood.
Our hand-hammered copper range hoods are available as a custom shell to accommodate your fan insert or as a complete package with our stainless-steel hood inserts by Imperial Kitchen Ventilation. Each insert can vary in power from 430 CFM to 1500 CFM depending on the size of the insert.
Our range hoods are typically mounted between 30” and 36” above your stovetop. Please consult your local building codes and your installer to ensure you choose the proper height. When possible, size the hood 6” larger in width than the cooktop. For example, if you have a 30-inch cooktop, the size of your range hood should be 36″ inches.
Pair this range hood with one of our unique Santa Clara
Farmhouse Sinks for a one-of-a-kind statement kitchen. These sinks are part of our unique collection of two-tone copper farmhouse sinks by SoLuna. We also have many copper tiles and copper lighting fixtures to choose from if you are interested in extensive copper decor in your home.
Finish Shown: Rio Grande/Custom Size (Image 1), Rio Grande (Images 2-3,5-7 ), Cafe Natural (Image 4)
**Because gas stoves generate more concentrated fumes, it is better to err on the side of caution and choose a higher CFM. For example, if you have two burners that put out 20,000 BTUs each and two burners that put out 25,000 BTUs each, your total BTUs for your stovetop would be 90,000. 90,000 divided by 100 equals 900 CFM. So, you’ll want a range hood that moves at least 900 CFM of air