• KITCHEN CABINETS: Cesar Maxima 2.2 Modern Kitchen Model
  • FINISHES: White gloss lacquer kitchen finish

This modern kitchen project was implemented by our senior kitchen designer Kobi Aharon. While all of our kitchen projects are for kitchen lovers, this residential project in Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey was an exciting one for our design team at Modiani Kitchens, because it tasked our team with creating a perfect kitchen for a true embracer of all things food: a restaurant owner.

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In this interior space, our client wanted to achieve a clean, bright design with a timeless yet unique character. The Italian Cesar kitchen used for this project was extended and windows were made part of the kitchen design to bring in as much natural light as possible, so the professional chef can come up with new food and recipe creations while spending time in his private kitchen space. To embrace as much simplicity as possible, our Modiani kitchen designer Kobi chose tall kitchen cabinets and a column refrigerator, which mirrors the profile of the kitchen cabinetry, and wall column ovens.

Style choices for this contemporary kitchen project included thick open shelving as well as LED lighting on each shelf, which was incorporated to help the design of the kitchen space seamlessly integrate into the overall design of the rest of the home. Direct and indirect lighting is spread out casually throughout the rest of this luxury kitchen space in Woodcliff Lake, NJ. Also adding to the aesthetics of the space is the kitchen’s backsplash, which uniquely features dark brown colored tiles in an octagon shape. For the kitchen flooring, a Brazilian walnut wood floor finish was chosen that goes hand in hand with the design and color scheme of the backsplash.

Our modern Cesar’s Maxima 2.2 kitchen model was used in this residential kitchen space, paired with white high gloss lacquer finish kitchen cabinetry, which helps to boost the brightness in the space brought in by the natural lighting that streams in through windows. Underneath the window, the kitchen countertop is made of quartz by the Israeli high-end countertop firm Caesarstone in concrete color. A kitchen island in the center of the space uses a Cara Carta countertop finish with thick edges. A unique feature of the kitchen island is that the seating can be used on either side of it. Overall, this kitchen project was a wonderful, smooth experience for our design team, and we truly loved creating this space and hearing about the client’s positive reviews relating to his new dream kitchen.


“We just completed our kitchen renovation and
the outcome is absolutely stunning!”

Dmitri B. - August 2019