Kitchen Model: Cesar Noa // Kitchen Style: Transitional Italian Kitchen Cabinets // Kitchen Designer & Manufacturer: Cesar // Kitchen Cabinet Finishes & Materials: Silk-Effect White Lacquer // Kitchen Wall Unit Cabinet Doors: 0.5 cm / 0.2 inch thickness, with Thick Satin Tempered Glass Cabinet Panels, a Stone Finish and Metal Noa Cabinet Door Knobs // Kitchen Countertop: 4 cm / 1.2 inch Thickness, Honed White Carrara Marble Worktop, Kitchen Base and Tall Cabinet Units: 2.5 cm / 1 inch Thickness, Noa End Element // Noa Open Wall Units in Silk-Effect White Lacquer // Kitchen Hood: Stainless Steel, Wall-Hung Kubia Hood
While our Cesar NYC kitchen flagship store focuses on modern Italian kitchen designs, there are a couple of kitchen models that we offer to our clients more interested in a blend of new meets old. This is what we call transitional kitchens, and our Cesar Noa kitchen line is our showcase kitchen model for this award-winning kitchen style. For the above residential kitchen project, a clean white kitchen finish was chosen that comes in a matte, so-called silk-effect lacquer. To create the typical transitional look, this cabinetry style was combined with thick satin tempered glass for the wall cabinetry that comes in a thickness of 0.2 inches. In terms of the kitchen handles, we give our clients several options to choose in terms of handle and door knob styles. For this kitchen project, metal Cesar Noa door knobs were selected.
For the kitchen countertop, a nice subtle contrast was created through the choice of a gray textured worktop with a thickness of 1.2 inches. A very fashionable marble countertop was chosen, which is a common design details amongst our clients in New York as it upgrades every kitchen, especially with a durable marble countertop, like this Carrara top in a honed white finish. To include an additional modern touch, open wall units were integrated into this transitional kitchen, which come in a white matte lacquer cabinet finish. The stylish kitchen hood is made of stainless steel and is wall-hung. It uses a modern Kubia kitchen hood and is positioned in a vertical way at the end of the transitional kitchen, which forms a nice contrast to the wooden, more traditional style wall behind it that was on purpose chosen in a beige finish, hence brightening the overall interior space.