Cesar kitchen countertops are perhaps one of the most consequential, influential and functional pieces in the entire kitchen space. The worktop is a place to roll dough, a place to chop vegetables, to rest a wine glass down, a space where you open mail, read the newspaper, or leave a cup of coffee. It’s a surface that is stable and time-honored, a place where work unfolds and where implements are stored. Our Cesar kitchen countertops are also defining characteristics of the kitchen. Available in a range of materials, the substance of a Cesar kitchen countertops often works to draw the aesthetics of a space together, adding a level of luxury through integrating a range of materials including natural stone, solid surface, and top veneered.
The natural stone countertops in marble, granite, stone and porphyry boast a stain-resistant treatment and are available polished, matt honed, flamed or brushed. The photo shows acountertop in Grigio Amani marble.
Solid surface countertops – made of materials consisting in a mixture of minerals, acrylic resins and pigments – can be extremely slim or very thick. Shown here in the Glacier White Corian version, that is only 1.2 cm thick.
Worktop in Dekton, a material boasting high technical performances that are ideal for countertops. High stain, scratch and heat resistance combined with excellent color fastness and reduced water absorption make Dekton the perfect choice for a very beautiful and functional countertop. Shown here with a Kelya finish.
Top veneered with a thick layer of natural solid wood treated only with waxes and oils that protect it and enhance its veins, knots and small imperfections, transforming them into assets. Shown here in the Rovere nodato version.
The new countertops in hot-laminated steel combine the technological soul of steel with the pleasant, textured appeal of the finish.
The laminate top is durable and resistant. Shown here in the hi-tech Fenix version.
Stoneware is an excellent material in terms of resistance and easy maintenance. The bush-hammered textured effect creates interesting combinations with the materials of the doors. In the photo: the white bush-hammered stoneware worktop and the ceramic surface of the door.
Our kitchen countertops in natural stone are a breathtaking way to draw nature into the kitchen. Even the most modern of kitchen spaces can benefit from a touch of timeless natural material. Countertops are a kitchen feature that is available in several natural stone vanities including marble, granite, stone, and porphyry. Our Cesar kitchen countertops in natural stone are treated with a stain-resistant treatment and are available in a range of style options including polished, matt honed, flamed, or brushed.
Our Cesar kitchens solid surface worktops are created using a mix of strong materials including acrylic resins, pigments, and minerals. Our countertop experts at Cesar are able to fabricate solid surface worktops in a range of thicknesses, allowing you to use a worktop that is either extremely slim or very thick.
Countertops can also be made in Dekton, a material that has proven to have a high technical performance that makes it extremely suitable for countertops. Dekton is highly resistant to stains, scratching, and heat, which makes it a perfect fit for the kitchen. Dekton also has excellent color and a diminished capacity for water absorption, which is an important feature for a kitchen countertop. Dekton is available in a range of finishes.
Our Cesar countertops with top veneer, feature a thick layer of natural solid wood. Our solid wood countertops are treated with waxes and oils that enhance the natural features of the wood such as knots, veins, and small imperfections. Waxes and oils also work to protect the countertops.