Madeleine. A sophisticated traditional taste

Design & Style

Elegant, solid and reassuring like the kitchens of bygone days

It's a classic kitchen: simple, romantically characterized by classic handles, cabinet doors with grates and decorated with ventilation hoods and glass.

Scavolini Basic's "Madeleine" revolutionizes its appeal,

presenting itself in two versions, Line and Soft doors.

Poetic Green

The composition with Green Ash wood door shows the prime features of this kitchen: the door with grid, the handles with ceramic decorations, the open-shelf base units, the molten glass panes with elements in relief on some parts.


Grates, railings and handles are the items that most intensely reflect traditions. And yet it is the wood that plays a starring role in this kitchen: solid wood for the door frames and veneered (or glass) for the central panels.

The essence of Ash

The version of the Madeleine kitchen in Butter White exalts the classic-traditional appearance.

Featuring solutions which recall the kitchens of bygone days (the wooden gratings, the chimney-shaped hood and the moulded fronts), the Madeleine kitchen with Butter White Ash doors includes an island that meets today’s needs for an intelligently furnished space that can be lived to the full. 
The classical taste of Chestnut

With a corner hob and chimney hood, glass-fronted wall units, ceramic knobs and several end units, Madeleine is once again a decidedly classical kitchen, perfect for lovers of the traditional.


Corner compositions give continuity and create a pleasantly cosy atmosphere.
But the feeling of security and familiarity is generated most of all by the different types of wood finish used on the units. Meanwhile, the end units further "define" the kitchen in terms of good taste and elegance.


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