Maxima 2.2 is no ordinary contemporary design. This beautiful lacquered melamine kitchen designed by Gian Vittorio Plazzogna for Cesar Arredamenti is the best example of the latest kitchen trends. It sleek and airy look make it a perfect addition to any modern home. And monochromatic color scheme looks stylish as always.
Though melamine is affordable, it’s hard to notice that in Maxima’s rich matte black cabinets and a Pietra Brown laminate countertop.
Thanks to the peninsula layout, the kitchen can be used in a spacious open plan house, creating a contained and yet airy and open area. Such atmosphere is due to the minimalist floating shelves and a single matching cabinet. The latter can disguise pots and pans, while shelves partially disguise tableware and glasses.
Lacquered black and white cabinets and drawers are difficult to spot thanks to their minimalism. Inside, however, they include organizing systems that are bound to make kitchen storage easy and neat.
All the tech is seamlessly incorporated into the design, which makes the kitchen look completely streamlined and cool. Backlighting punctuates the shelves, gently illuminating the working tops.
Though Maxima is available in over 80 finishes and various other design elements, this Composition 6 is by far the most unique with its stylish floating cabinet-shelves. The peninsula further adds functionality to the design. Not only does it double as a breakfast bar and a kitchen island but it also holds a hot cooking top.
Styled with wooden and copper accents, the black and white Maxima looks especially rich and trendy. What do you think?