Rob Broadfield, Western Australia’s acclaimed food editor, is now a brand ambassador for Kitchen Capital
Kitchen Capital, Perth’s premier kitchen design company, takes this opportunity to share some great news with its customers, partners, vendors and well-wishers. The first is that the company is now expanding its footprint with a brand new showroom in Subiaco, Perth, which will open its doors on July 1st, 2021.
Second news is that Rob Broadfield, Western Australia’s famous and otherwise notorious food editor, has kindly agreed to be the brand ambassador Capital of the kitchen. Rob needs no introduction to the food and beverage industry. A journalist with over 35 years of career in television, talk shows, reporting, editing, commentary, current affairs and columnist, Rob has also found immense success as a chef and restaurant owner.
Whilst almost every other restaurant is happy to be featured and reviewed by Rob, there is no other person who can better represent Kitchen Capital than Rob himself, who fully understands the role of a well designed kitchen in everyday cooking, particularly in commercial kitchens. Kitchen Capital has been renovating kitchens, offices, theaters, entertainment spaces and laundries for over 20 years. The team consists of local designers who are not only qualified but also very experienced. Their award winning designs speak for themselves and have designed over thousands of kitchens across Perth and Western Australia, customers need no other reason to choose this team for their future kitchen renovations or new kitchen designs.
“We had an excellent experience with Kitchen Capital having been unimpressed by other vendors. Shelley designed our kitchen and the process was exciting and professional. We were always up to date and the result was so much better than we imagined,” says Kristal O’Halloran, a satisfied customer. “A kitchen is a big expense and we really trusted Shelley to design something beautiful but also functional. And it’s perfect. Thank you team!” adds crystal.
Their new kitchen showroom aims to meet the diverse design needs of clients who reside in all types of spaces, be it the historic homes in Fremantle or the sophisticated apartments in Subiaco.
What sets the kitchen renovation team apart is their attention to detail and an element of surprise. One of her recent projects was a functional and spacious kitchen inspired by black tile splashes, an element chosen by the client’s mother; followed by the integration of the handcrafted lead light doors into the display case handcrafted by the client’s father. At Kitchen Capital, it’s more than just design. It’s about keeping certain memories alive and adding emotional value to the spaces.
The site is currently being updated with a catalog of completed projects that speaks volumes about the quality of the finishes and materials used. The new showroom in Subiaco, Perth is the largest solo exhibition of bespoke cabinetry, showcasing a wide range of bathrooms, kitchens and storage solutions. Customers will find materials, fixtures and fittings from renowned brands such as Caesarstone, Smartstone, Dekton by Consentino & Blum and more. ILVE, Smeg appliances are also offered by Hart & Co. Rick Hart appliances.
To learn more, visit https://kitchencapital.com.au/
About Kitchen Capital
Based in Perth, Australia, Kitchen Capital was founded in 1997 by Sue Jansen. It is now a leading kitchen design Company offering bespoke renovation and design services with 3D CAD plans provided by award winning kitchen designers.
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