Arouse your inner chef with a new kitchen space designed by Chicago-based Mick De Giulio, author of Kitchen Centric. Created for the Kohler Design Center, Crystal Clear combines "two rooms that house a hard-working prep and entertainment area and adjacent sitting room." Like a well-seasoned dish, Crystal Clear puts together lots of varied ingredients to achieve excellent taste: hard-working appliances, luxurious surfaces, and layered textures.
Kohler Design Center Celebrates 27 Years of Inspiration with De Giulio Kitchen
The kitchen space includes functional appliances that make prep work easy, since everything is within reach. The Multiere® stainless steel sink in Brushed Stainless Steel finish features corner drains to maximize basin and under-cabinet space, a flatware tray, and removable teak cutting board. And the 16-gauge stainless steel ensures that Multiere will "withstand even the most rigorous daily usage."
Custom crafted Metal Boy cabinetry offers a fumed eucalyptus exterior and German silver liner, making it "fashionable and functional." Clear glass doors showcase gleaming pots and pans, while lower cabinets provide a drawer that secrets the lids away. The eye-catching cabinets can be configured to fit any space. Crystal Clear also includes rustic accents like a teak anvil supporting the countertop. With scintillating pendant lights and gleaming Iceberg "¨Quartzite, De Giulio's kitchen revels in resplendence.
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About the Manufacturer: Anyone who's ever used a restroom is well aware of the "Bold Look of Kohler." From the establishment of factory headquarters in the Wisconsin countryside in 1899, to the bevy of "bold new colors and shapes" they debuted in the 1960s, to today's global prominence as a designer and manufacturer of basins, tubs, showers, taps, toilets, and bidets-the company is synonymous with high quality and superlative value for kitchen and bath.