Take a walk through Hettich’s newest showroom and learn how this highly respected brand can make living spaces work beautifully.
May 14th, 2012
Opened in November last year, Hettich’s Brisbane space features its entire range of functional products, from beautiful lighting systems to storage solutions, soft close doors and drawers and the widest range of cabinetry solutions for all areas of the home.
On Saturday 26 May, Hettich are inviting showroom visitors to share the full Hettich experience.
Experienced, passionate staff will be available to walk visitors through the showroom, answer any questions and present the Hettich range – including the ever-popular InnoTech Drawer system, award-winning Sensys hinge, wardrobe runner system and magic lighting range.
“People will have a chance to touch, feel and experience our products,” explains Hettich QLD manager Steve Santinon.
“With Hettich it’s all about trying the products out yourself; that way you can truly experience how seamlessly they work together.”
Visit the Hettich showroom during Brisbane Indesign, enjoy a smorgasbord of snacks and drinks and see how Hettich can make your living space work beautifully.
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