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Creativity, innovation, quality and craftsmanship are what keeps Western Cabinets at the
forefront of design and manufacturing in Western Australia.
ombining superior design and
second-to-none service, it is no
surprise that Western Cabinets
comes out on top each year at the
WA Housing Industry Association Awards
in various categories.
From its custom-designed and locally
manufactured cabinetry, modern kitchen
benchtops and splashbacks, to bathroom
and laundry fitouts, the family-owned and
run business can turn all your home-design
dreams into a reality.
Established in 1982, Western Cabinets
specialises in both new homes and
renovations, and its designers and
cabinetmakers are some of the most
creative and experienced in Australia.
This beautifully crafted kitchen
from Western Cabinets oozes the
traditional character of yesteryear,
while maintaining the functionality of
a modern-day kitchen design.
To f ulfil the brief, every element had
to be cleverly designed to integrate the
client’s selection of Gaggenau appliances
in a practical working area, and to
introduce a large central island and
Being a narrow yet open-plan living
area, the kitchen had to incorporate
spatial planning by providing adequate
clearances, cooking and cleaning areas,
pantry and informal dining zones.
The feature chimney is imperative
to forming the foundation of the
traditional kitchen, and is complemented
by the soft curves and corbel details
of the cabinetry.
To maintai n a clutter-free look, the
scullery, positioned to the side, features
a fridge recess, ample bench space for
meal preperation, a prep sink, and instant
hot and cold water tap.
A neutral palette of soft whites is used
in combination with Calacatta marble
splashbacks and flooring, alongside the warm
tones of American Walnut timber floorboards.
The informal yet stylish dining
booth completes the space, upholstered
in a stunning Armani fabric.
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