This kitchen is situated within a Water Mill, NY residence that is characterized by luxury and a beautiful aesthetic. Here, Cesar NYC’s kitchen design chief officer Kobi Aharon designed a kitchen that blends its aesthetics with those of nature. This modern Italian designer kitchen features a large picture window with views of the outdoors, which serves as a visual centerpiece for the space. To enhance the effects of the window, our kitchen designer used natural elements in a bright color scheme to draw a connection between the space and nature and to make best use of the natural light that pours into the space from the outdoors.
The residence itself is located a short walk from the beach in Water Mill, a community in the famed Hamptons area of Long Island. To embrace the light, beach-inspired aesthetic that is signature of Hamptons residences, this custom kitchen project features our Cesar N_Elle kitchen model for the kitchen island in combination with our Maxima 2.2 kitchen model for all other cabinets within the kitchen space. The kitchen island is made of natural rosewood and has an integrated range top and two sinks, which due to the placement of the island creates a social atmosphere while maintaining functionality within the kitchen space. The base cabinets were chosen to be in white, which gives a natural and bright glow to this stunning interior space.
Cesar’s Kora model cabinets were used in this kitchen, which were done with a white elm lacquer finish, intended to act as a complement to the rich palissandro exotic wood veneer used on the kitchen island, which is Cesar’s N_Elle kitchen model. Countertops were done in Caesarstone pure white and black slate quartz. Appliances from Sub Zero, Wolf, and Gaggenau are integrated into the overall design of the space.
Photographer © Jake Rajs