Kitchen Model: Cesar Maxima 2.2 // Kitchen Style: Modern Italian Kitchen Cabinets // Kitchen Designer & Manufacturer: Cesar // Kitchen Cabinet Finishes & Materials: Heat-Treated Oak, Silk-Effect Titanium Lacquer, Rovere Termocotto Wood // Base Units: Cabinet Doors with “Inside” Grip Edgings // Countertop: Dekton Kelya Worktop // Breakfast Bar: Heat-Treated Oak // Tall Kitchen Units: Retracting Doors in Heat-Treated Oak // Living Room Arrangement: Heat-Treated Oak Doors, Dekton Kelya Open Compartments
The above kitchen project uses our Cesar Maxima 2.2 kitchen model. This is our most popular and versatile kitchen model at Cesar NYC Kitchens, and comes with 2.2 cm thick kitchen cabinet doors, which equals to 0.9 inches. Maxima 2.2 comes in a variety of kitchen cabinet materials and finishes, which can be combined in any desired way. The above modern Italian kitchen uses heat-treated oak wood as the main cabinet finish. This type of wood is very resistible as well as durable, and becomes its dark color through a special heat treatment that is a recent innovation and currently very trendy in the international kitchen design industry. To find out more about this special type of kitchen cabinet finish, you can visit our Cesar NYC Kitchen Flagship Showroom in Flatiron District, Manhattan, to see our Maxima 2.2 heat-treated oak kitchen on display.
The material used for most of this modern kitchen design is a very high-end material, called Rovere Termocotto Wood. It is used in a heat-treated oak wood finish for the kitchen’s tall cabinets with retractable doors, as well as the kitchen table or breakfast bar that is integrated into the large kitchen island. The working area of the kitchen island uses a full-piece countertop with a so-called Dekton Kelya finish and integrated custom cooktop. The base cabinets and units of the kitchen island are made of Silk-Effect Titanium Lacquer that have Inside Grip Edgings and offer additional storage space in this Italian kitchen.
The beauty of this unique Cesar Maxima 2.2 kitchen is that it comes with extra large, 9 feet high tall cabinet doors that accommodate the kitchen’s refrigerator and freezer. The kitchen appliances are held in black, are fully exposed and represent a special design element in this modern Maxima 2.2 kitchen by Cesar. The Dekton Kelya countertop finish is also used for part of the living room arrangements, side panels and open area tops. The thickness as well as color scheme of this Dekton countertop finish enhances the whole kitchen project. The open storage within the tall kitchen cabinets and the kitchen island round off this perfectly aligned modern Italian custom kitchen design.
Our Cesar NYC kitchen designers were pleased to exhibit our Maxima 2.2 Kitchen at AD Design Show. The below kitchen display was specifically designed and manufactured for the Architectural Digest Design Show for architects and interior designers in NYC and the wider tri-state area. It is currently on display in our second kitchen showroom, called Modiani Kitchens, in Englewood, NJ, where it can be viewed 6 days a week.