In Noa, elements of the traditional kitchen are extracted and embraced, including warm hues and natural materials such as wood and glass. Intricacies in woodworking, handcrafted at Cesar’s factory in Pramaggiore, Italy, are highlighted and paired with some of the understated qualities of modern kitchen design, including sleek, contemporary surfaces and clean lines. Metal, an element often signature to modern design, is integrated into the space, emboldening its natural qualities while lending a modern spin to the warm transitional kitchen. As with all of Cesar’s products, Cesar transitional kitchen cabinets offer a wide range of design options, allowing each client to customize the look, feel, and functionality of their new kitchen space. With the Noa model, design options include yellow pine tartufo and yellow pine granata, which create a warm, richly elegant space; magnolia yellow pine, a light and airy option that is approachable and modern; clay yellow pine, a neutral tone that embraces the wholistic natural feel of the transitional kitchen and the sleek lines of the modern, and silk-effect white lacquer, which creates a contemporary aesthetic that embraces the warmly traditional element of glass and an embrace of open air and color.