You’ll love the design—and the price—of these one-of-a-kind kitchens.
The Mia collection by Aran Cucine is billed as a practically indestructible kitchen at an affordable price, ideal for young households. But we really think that’s really selling this collection short.
We’ve used it in countless high-quality, design-forward statement kitchens, created for clients who demand only the best. Here are seven we think you’re going to love.
The entertainer’s kitchen
We worked with realtor Anton Danilovich of Bay Sotheby’s International Realty and Mark Cherno of ONY Homes on this expansive kitchen with 16-foot-island an adjoining smaller catering kitchen and pantry in Lafayette, CA. The cabinets in Jerez Elm Tranche and white glass are complimented by Neolith countertops and professional-grade appliances.
The statement kitchen
This kitchen remodel in Belmont makes a statement with a huge waterfall island, spacious cabinets and pantries, dual skylights, and top-of-the-line built-in appliances. The base cabinets are from the Mia collection in Tarifa Elm Tranche; the white glossy pantries are from the Erika collection.
The less is more kitchen
You don’t need a massive footprint to create a beautiful, functional kitchen with a ton of storage and meal prep space. The kitchen in this new construction home features a wide peninsula that doubles as a breakfast bar, extra wide and deep drawers, and wall cabinets with plenty of clearance over the countertop and elegant under cabinet lighting. The base cabinets are from the Mia collection in Jerez Elm Tranche and white glossy wall cabinets from the Erika collection. The waterfall countertop and backsplash are Silestone quartz in White Zeus Extreme.
The dark kitchen
We swapped the boring oak cabinets and laminate countertops in this San Jose kitchen for these stunning modern cabinets in Mia Dark Oak and a Caesarstone quartz countertop in Blizzard. The client chose top-of-the-line appliances from Thermador and an undermount sink by Franke.
The bright kitchen
The original kitchen in this Palo Alto bungalow was cramped and in disrepair. The owners wanted to open up the space with a more modern layout. We used lower cabinets from the Mia collection in Tarifa Elm Tranche and wall cabinets in Stop Sol glass. The countertop is Caesarstone Organic White quartz. Appliances from Fisher & Paykel, Miele, and Fagor, and laminate flooring by Skema complete the project.
The modern mountain kitchen
The design of this Telluride, CO, condominium kitchen was inspired by the kitchen we did in the client’s home in Palo Alto. The idea was a modern kitchen that wouldn’t look out of place in the mountains. The rustic-looking Dark Oak lower cabinets are paired with modern white glass upper wall cabinets. The client chose Dekton by Cosentino for the countertops, flooring by Skema, and furniture by Pianca.
The kitchen & bar
This new construction home in Menlo Park features an open kitchen and bar area. The kitchen uses base cabinets from the Aran Cucina Mia collection in Jerez Elm Tranche. The wall cabinets, as well as the base cabinets for the bar are PET white glossy from the Erika collection. The shelving behind the bar features integrated LED lighting. The round black end bar cabinet is from the Volare collection in high gloss lacquer.