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Cesar Kalea Modern Clay Lacquer Kitchen

Kitchen Model: Cesar Kalea // Kitchen Style: Modern Italian Kitchen Cabinets // Kitchen Designer & Manufacturer: Cesar // Kitchen Cabinet Finishes & Materials: Mulled Rough Oak Wood and Glossy Clay Lacquer // Kitchen Base Unit Doors: Mulled Rough Oak Wood, Push-Pull Opening Mechanism // Kitchen Tall Unit Doors: Glossy Clay Lacquer // Kitchen Handles: Lexi kitchen handles, Chromed Aluminum, Push-Pull Opening Device // Kitchen Countertop, Kitchen Island Side Panels and Food Preparation Units: in 2 cm / 0.8 inches, 4 cm / 1.6 inches and 6 cm / 2.4 inches, Tatum Finish Veined Baroque Composite // Open Kitchen Units: Trilli, Mulled Rough Oak Wood, 1.4 cm / 0.6 inches // Kitchen Hood: Stainless Steel Menhir Kitchen Island

Please note that our Cesar Kalea kitchen model is now available under the name Cesar Maxima 2.2.

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Cesar Kalea Lacquer Kitchen Features

The above residential kitchen design features our modern Italian Cesar Kalea kitchen, which is now available as our contemporary Cesar Maxima 2.2 kitchen model. It comes in a very elegant, dark mulled oak material in a rough finish with a very nice and unique texture. This is the main material that is being used for the kitchen base unit doors as well as the kitchen’s open shelf units. This cabinet finish works very well with the second finish chosen, a glossy clay lacquer tone that is used for the kitchen island cabinetry and the low base cabinets. To open the kitchen cabinetry, so-called Lexi kitchen handles were chosen in a chromed aluminum finish with a very convenient push-pull opening mechanism that is very common in the high-end kitchen industry.

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Kitchen Countertop, Hood and Lighting

For the kitchen countertop, a Tatum finish was used with a veined baroque composite style. Last, but not least, open kitchen units were used throughout the kitchen space, which create a very friendly, trendy design and integrate well with the kitchen hood that comes in a Menhir stainless steel finish and is hung right above the kitchen island’s integrated table that is on purpose very thin and without any storage units to act as the eye catcher and center piece of the room. The kitchen flooring made of ceramic tiles forms a third nice contrast to the dark and medium tone kitchen cabinet colors, and gets a lot of attention through the ceiling windows that let in loads of natural light as well as the installed kitchen LED lighting.