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daydreaming about a show stopping modern kitchen

Interest in European design, expanding urban areas, small spaces, and shifting demographics and lifestyles all play into the North American shift toward a more modern kitchen.

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Cesar Maxima 2.2

Cesar Maxima 2.2 is a cabinetry line that offers more than 90 finishes and a range of opening methods to create a unique user experience. The newest finishes—Bianco, Quarzo, Laguna, Arenaria, Plumbeo, and Titanio—express different nuances depending on the light.

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Cesar Maxima 2.2

In addition to finish choices, the Italian-made cabinetry offers options related to accessories, configurations, and functionality considerations.

Lacquer & Oak

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Cesar Maxima 2.2: Silk-effect Titanio lacquer and Dekton Kelya counter

Kitchen in Steel

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Cesar Maxima 2.2: Stainless steel with mud Fenix door

Wall Waiter

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Cesar Maxima 2.2: Wall Waiter

The modular Wall Waiter is a wall storage system that incorporates shelving with lighting. It’s available in four units that can be used individually or together to suit your particular kitchen needs.

Kitchen in Glass

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Cesar Maxima 2.2: door with a Frame grip edging, ash etched glass panel and matte aluminium frame.

Light Lacquer

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Cesar Maxima 2.2: Light Lacquer, knotted larch melamine

Kitchen in Ceramic

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Cesar Maxima 2.2: Collection Neve ceramic with white bush-hammered stoneware counter.

Are you a fan of the seamless integration and more minimalistic and unassuming style of a modern kitchen? Or do you prefer a kitchen with more visible embellishments?