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The team at Advanced Cabinetry is thrilled to be the winner of the 2017 HIA Western Victoria Regional Housing Awards.
One of its recent projects was the renovation of a kitchen which left everyone involved very pleased with the finished product.
The client started with a brief and sketch of what they were hoping to achieve.
They wanted a country-style kitchen with rich warm timber benchtops and a butler’s pantry.
A major aspect was to differentiate the kitchen from the butler’s pantry without enclosing the room.
In order to create this, staff developed the concept of having 32mm two-pack panels with clear glass lites either side of the butler’s pantry.
This was a great solution because the panels provided a division between the two spaces while the glass facilitated a free-flowing feel.
It was of upmost importance that the kitchen was in keeping with and respected the Victorian architectural style of the home.
In accordance with this philosophy, the panels and island posts were painted in the same colour and finish as the walls, and the original skirting was added to the island posts.
These key design features added a somewhat structural element to the design and harmony to the home. The result was a practical yet aesthetically pleasing space.
Advanced Cabinetry is a service oriented business that has been built on best practice, in-house design capability and a strong customer service ethos.
Established in 1999 when it operated from a small garage, now fast forward 18 years and it is operating out of a purpose-built manufacturing facility and modern showroom at 134 Fussell Street, Ballarat.
The recently refurbished showroom offers full-size kitchens, laundry, vanity and wardrobe displays showcasing the latest hardware and materials.
This is open Monday to Friday 9am – 5pm, Saturday 9am – noon or by appointment.
Staff service the renovation market, new builds and any type of built-in cabinetry.
The company offers clients a comprehensive design service that includes the manufacturing and installation of its cabinetry and co-ordination of trades, such as plumbers and electricians.
The company provides customers with confidence by being registered with the appropriate industry bodies, carrying appropriate licences, offering warranty insurance, using appropriate formal contracts and having ISO accreditation.
Being one of very few cabinet makers in Australia to carry the ISO accreditation and being a registered building practitioner shows the company’s level of commitment to clients in and around Ballarat, Geelong and Melbourne, and across Victoria.
For more information drop into the showroom or call 5332 7040 and talk to one of the designers about cabinetry needs.

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