Kitchen Model: Cesar Cloe // Kitchen Style: Modern Italian Kitchen Cabinets // Kitchen Designer & Manufacturer: Cesar // Kitchen Cabinet Finishes & Materials: Silk-Effect White Lacquer and Natural Knotted Oak Wood // Kitchen Base Unit Doors: Silk-Effect White Lacquer // Kitchen Tall Unit Cabinet Doors: Natural Knotted Oak Wood // Kitchen Opening Mechanism: Grip Recess // Kitchen Countertop: White Corian Countertop, 2 cm / 0.8 inches // Kitchen Hood: White Lumière Island
Please note that our Cesar Cloe kitchen model is now available under the name Cesar Maxima 2.2.
Our contemporary Italian Cesar Cloe kitchen model, which is now available at our Manhattan-based NYC kitchen showroom in the name Cesar Maxima 2.2, is custom made in our Italian kitchen factory in Pramaggiore, Italy. The above kitchen project has a two-toned kitchen design and comes in a white matte lacquer finish in combination with cabinetry and design elements made of a high-end oak wood kitchen finish with a natural knotted oak pattern. While most of the kitchen base cabinetry finishes including the kitchen island and the flooring are held in neutral tones, the knotted oak finish that is used for the tall kitchen cabinetry within the interior space clearly stands out. The kitchen appliances form the centerpiece of the tall wood cabinetry and are on purpose left expose to create a modern, industrial style look and feel.
For the kitchen countertop, a high-end Corian countertop with a thickness of 0.8 inches was chosen in a white finish that integrates well into the design. In terms of the kitchen opening mechanism, a so-called grip recess is used throughout the kitchen design project. In terms of the kitchen hood, a very innovative, so-called White Lumière Island was chosen, which seems to glide on top of the kitchen island and makes this award-winning kitchen even more stylish. Another feature is the small, rustic but cozy kitchen table within the kitchen. It offers four seating opportunities and is on purpose held small so to leave the space exposed, giving the kitchen design the space it needs to breathe and fully unfold. The stunning kitchen design stands out even more through the large window front in the back of the kitchen, which on the one hand lets in a lot of daylight, and on the other hand allows for a beautiful background that constantly varies design depending on the season of the year.