Kitchens by WA GlassKote

Kitchens by WA GlassKote

Last Updated: 07 Jan 2016
Localista Team

More than 30,000 splashbacks have been installed by WA GlassKote, and there are no signs of slowing down.

Splashbacks of all colours, styles and finishes can be viewed at WA GlassKote's brand new Wangara showroom. With more than 15 years in business, the company has grown to become the largest coloured-glass specialist in Perth, now with a state-of-the-art showroom to match its enviable reputation.

Its stunning range of coloured glass is created using GlassKote, a permanent colour-fixing process which employs computer colour-matching tools with a unique additive that can be applied to all types of glass.

Once a colour and style have been selected, the splashback is manufactured at WA GlassKote's factory in the neighbouring suburb of Landsdale. Led by a team of experienced professionals, the factory incorporates highly sophisticated machinery, including three computer cutters and a tempering furnace, to produce every aspect of the quality splashbacks from start to finish.

WA GlassKote's exclusive tinting service also grants the company access to more than 2000 colours.

To provide even greater colour accuracy, the store's Clarity range uses Starphire glass to offer an extra-clear effect without the usual 'green hue' look of ordinary glass.

GraphiKote is another popular option, offering homeowners an opportunity to have their favourite image or graphic embedded onto a glass splashback. They can also be applied to glass feature walls, tabletops and kitchen cupboard inserts.

MirrorKote completes WA GlassKote's range, and is used to toughen reflective surfaces previously unsuitable for areas such as kitchens. Once toughened, MirrorKote can be placed behind a gas cooktop to become a flash new heat-resistant mirror.

With thousands of colours and patterns to choose from, WA GlassKote can help give your home an individual touch.


WA GlassKote
Unit 1, 51 Buckingham Drive, Wangara
Phone (08) 9409 2566

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