One kitchen model featuring steel as one of its strong points is Mia by Carlo Cracco, the kitchen designed by Scavolini in partnership with the famous chef, which reinterprets the design of a professional kitchen in a domestic setting. Take note that a modern or minimal home is the perfect setting to accommodate this kind of project, creating a definite wow effect.
Indeed, the Mia by Carlo Cracco kitchen goes far beyond the traditional kitchen in our collective imagination, offering the entire composition in steel; specifically, it comprises dark steel doors, undisputedly synonymous with elegance, teamed with satin finish or dark steel finish metal handles.
The unique and unmistakable style of this model can also be seen in the clever combination of decorative melamine with the steel fronts and Stopsol glass, capacious compartments for convenient storage.
We mentioned the kitchen worktop at the beginning of this article: don’t you agree that the choice between aesthetics and functionality is always a tough one? Well, with a steel worktop you will no longer need to compromise! Indeed, steel is definitely a modern composition material and, at the same time, it is impermeable, resistant to shocks, stresses and scratches, and is extremely hygienic.
To make sure it has all the trimmings too, the Mia kitchen also has a steel hood and dish-rack, wall-mounted or ceiling-hanging, rigorously organised to observe the food preparation line: washing, chopping and cooking, just like in a professional kitchen.
To boost the unmistakable design of this steel kitchen is also the attractive styling of the appliances and the line of multiple accessories, such as the shaped upstand or the practical trolley, available in dark steel lacquered to remain in keeping with the metallic hues of the kitchen.