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Here are a few of Hometalk projects that I think will help you:
How To Make a Kitchen Fan Hood
How I Built A Range Hood Cover
DIY Built-in Range Hood Cover. Cover Your Existing Hood for $20!!
At least you have a somewhat attractive cover. Sometimes we have base metal ducting at Habitat houses that we need to cover. I glued up a 3-sided MDF panel that slid to wall. It was painted to match wall color. It can be fastened in place using a construction adhesive of caulking. It is not going anywhere.
How about a beautiful wood veneer. This very thin wood could be framed like your cabinet doors or not trimmed out at all for a more modern look. Narrow front edge could be covered with veneer or remain as stainless, as well as the sides. I don't see space for added wood at the sides but veneer being so thin would probably work!