WESTERN Cabinets transforms ordinary kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms and living rooms into the extraordinary by providing all the magical bits and pieces of cabinetry technology and lighting that make living spaces work beautifully.
Its stunning kitchen store in Osborne Park is one of the best in Australia, with the Housing Industry Association recently awarding the business for Excellence in Showroom Display.
Western Cabinets was also triumphant in the Renovated Kitchen Project of the Year category and Renovated Kitchen Projects in each of the $30,000-$40,000, $40,001-$50,000, and $50,001 and over categories, with designer Kia Douglas winning the Kitchen Design of the Year award.
It’s an impressive array of wins for the local company, which brothers Tony and Dominic Caccamo began 30 years ago.
The store is the showroom of their dreams and each of the six display kitchens showcases state-of-the-art innovations from one of the world’s leading cabinetry technology suppliers.
“We put a lot of thought and love into our work, and want to associate our products with the very best – that’s why Hettich is one of our preferred suppliers,” Western Cabinets Design, Sales and Marketing Manager Simon Cox explained.
“The greatest feature of the Hettich products is their soft-closing drawer system and the endless options for drawer inserts and organisers. Fittings such as chef’s pantries and pull-out storage units also make kitchens more functional while offering a solution to limited storage space.”
Western Cabinets’ customers are spoilt for choice, selecting from an extensive range of layouts, styles, materials, colours, textures and finishes.
Timber doors can be crafted in jarrah, European beech, maple or reconstituted veneer to name just a few, with granite, marble, Caesarstone and laminate among the benchtop options.
Mr Cox said one of Western Cabinets’ exciting designs was a stainless steel benchtop with an integrated sink, which features in the store’s central island kitchen.
Technology is also on show, with the touch of a magnetic splashback causing it to open and reveal storage behind.
The showroom’s bolder designs include a contemporary European-styled kitchen with bright yellow splashback, and a lime green cabinet with colour-changing lights underneath.
Mr Cox said while clean, minimal lines were on trend, the French provincial style appealed to character home renovators.
White kitchens also remained popular.
He told Residential that Western Cabinets prided itself on efficiently managing projects from the initial consultation and design phase to manufacture and installation, creating units for indoor and outdoor kitchens, as well as bathrooms, bedrooms, studies and bars.
For an original, functional, practical and beautiful design, visit the company at Unit 1, 9 Sundercombe Street, Osborne Park or phone 9445 2677.