The kitchen and dining rooms are the most favourite places in the house. Setting up the ambience at the same time making it a functional place goes hand in hand to create that one of a kind dining and cooking experience.
What are today’s solutions to the busy kitchen and dining room? Can these solutions enhance the family’s cooking and dining experience to a whole new level?
Restaurants are excellent dining places with great food and elegant ambience. Every homeowner dreams of bringing this experience at home and sharing it with their families.
Glass table tops make for an elegant dining room feature as it gives you that special dinner feeling every time. Glass counters are also exquisite and add up to the atmosphere. A glass bar on the corner can give you that exciting feeling with after dinner drinks to entertain and delight!
Glass splashbacks in the kitchen give you an incredible cooking and food preparation experience as cleaning afterwards would be a breeze. Different designs that are customisable can also be used for that personal feel.
Empty out those bulky cabinets and exchange them with glass shelves that make for a stylish storage space. Create a professional looking kitchen by simply changing those cabinets into safety A-grade glass shelves.
Solving The Kitchen Paradox
Kitchen and dining room solutions can make your home into a seemingly different place. With glass table tops, you get the chance to enjoy meals with a festive mood. Change cabinets into glass shelves and have space good enough to be a feature, as well as a storage solution.
Protect the walls of your kitchen and prolong the life of your home by using splashbacks that can prevent water from seeping into the concrete walls of your kitchen. Simple changes, simple solutions made of safety A-grade glass can make everyday meals special.
Call Jim’s Glass at 131 546 and change the way your family feels at home now!
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Board Member – Australian Glass & Glazing Association
President – Glass & Glazing Association of South Australia