World’s Most Expensive Kitchen Is Worth $1.6M

World’s Most Expensive Kitchen Is Worth $1.6M
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Several super-opulent kitchen options are available these days, some that harp on your brand loyalty as well. But if you want something with “Swarovski Crystal chandelier, solid copper walls and handcrafted appliances” then here is just the thing you need!

Dubbed as ‘Fiore di Cristallo’ kitchen, the kitchen unveiled by celebrity chef Aldo Zilli has been crafted by Claudio Celiberti, and has been a year in the making.

Sporting pure crystal of Murano and the finest stone and comes with an 8-month waiting period, and £1 million ($1.6 million) price tag.

You can pick from several finishing options, which includes copper lining on 27 cabinets, and a 9 mm crystal door and handle. The centerpiece called the ‘crystal island’ has a £36,850 ($59,045) price tag and sports a £26,400 ($42,300) Swarovski chandelier.

Other things that you can expect in the kitchen are a crystal basin worth £2,680 ($4,300), crystallized chrome-based Philip Starck taps worth £1,600 ($2,570). The stone worktop has been valued at £6,850 and some handcrafted German appliances from Gaggenau cost £24,000 ($38,460).

Tom Cooper | Elite.

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