Häfele will produce innovation at this year’s Grand Designs Live event.
October 15th, 2013
Häfele is delighted to announce their participation at Grand Designs Live 2013, taking place at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre on the 18-20 October.
Inspired by the successful TV show, Häfele will showcase their own grand designs – innovative kitchen solutions that transform any space, big or small, showing products that have never before been seen in Australia.
Voted the best supplier in the Trends Top 30 Kitchens 2012 awards, the Häfele team will also be offering full kitchen consultation services. They have also partnered with Polytec, who will guide you through their expansive colour pallet to help you create the kitchen of your dreams.
Kitchen consultations are by appointment only: book now at www.hafele.com.au/gdl and see what’s possible with Häfele.
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