From complete kitchen renovations to cabinet creations, our custom designs are built from the ground up to match the style of your home and your budget. Our highly skilled cabinet makers are all employed directly by the company including second generation O’Briens. This is reflected in our craftsmanship and customer service. Visit our kitchen showroom to see why Tasmanians choose O’Briens when building or renovating their homes.
Thermolaminated doors and panels are made from profiled moisture resistant E-Zero MDF, constructed with a durable and decorative surface on the face and edges. The result is a stylish, fully profiled door.
Its thermoformed surface makes it resistant to the usual knocks and bumps of a busy household, ensuring your kitchen will remain a showpiece for years to come.
Thermolaminated doors and panels are available in a range of colours, profiles and surface finish options. Our stunning Gloss finish is available in both solid colours and timber prints, which are a classic feature in today’s modern kitchen. Timber print doors have matching Matt melamine backs, excluding the Studio range.
This unique feature enhances the natural and realistic look of the timber print design. All surfaces are non-porous and easy to clean and so will retain their beauty, providing years of trouble-free service. Stylish, functional, and simple, thermolaminated doors and panels are suitable for any internal joinery application, including vanities, wardrobes, custom built furniture, storage units and laundry cupboards.
Melamine doors and panels are made from resin impregnated decorative paper bonded onto Particle board or MDF substrate, applied by heat and pressure.
Melamine is known for its properties like scratch resistance, durability and moisture resistance.
Melamine doors and panels can only have a flat surface face, unlike Thermolaminated doors which can be routed on the face.
Melamine doors are edged with a matching 1mm PVC. This protects the edge and prevents chips or cracks sometimes found on painted doors.
Engineered stone is a manufactured product that contains up to 95% natural quartz aggregate, with the remaining content consisting of adhesives and pigment. This composition creates a highly durable product that is ideal for benchtop applications. Engineered stone is non-porous, heat resistant, scratch resistant and requires very little maintenance.
Granite is strong and naturally beautiful. Each slab of stone is unique and creates a timeless feature in any space. Once sealed, granite benchtops are durable and easy to maintain. They are resistant to scratches, heat, moisture and stains.
Solid Surface benchtops have the aesthetics of stone with limitless indoor and outdoor applications including kitchens, bathrooms, laundries and bars. Solid Surface is made from natural material and acrylic resin and can be moulded into any shape and profile imaginable.
Solid Surface is durable and completely seamless, which makes it perfect for high traffic areas where hygiene is critical. It is a popular benchtop material because it is smooth, sleek and designed to be customised to suit individual needs.
Laminate is a stylish, affordable and hard-wearing product, making it a popular choice for benchtops. There is a wide range of colours, patterns, finishes, thicknesses and profiles to suit any style and budget.
Timber benchtops will bring timeless elegance and warmth to any space. We use responsibly sourced timber from local Tasmanian suppliers holding a chain of custody* certification.
With so many species of local timber available, it is not hard to find a colour that will become a stylish and lasting feature in your home or business. Timber may be a softer material than other benchtop options, but it can easily be refinished if necessary.
In many kitchens, the nicks that occur over time actually enhance the timber’s rustic beauty and therefore require little or no maintenance.
Laminate splashbacks are affordable, easy to clean and stylish. While it is not used behind gas cooktops, laminate is suitable for all other splashback applications given its hard-wearing and water resistant nature.
Tiles are a popular choice for splashbacks. They are affordable, easy to install, durable and resistant to scratches, heat and moisture. With an endless range of tile shapes, patterns and colours available, you can create a unique and stylish look for any space.
Acrylic splashbacks come in a range of colours, ranging from classic whites and greys to more vibrant hues. The high gloss finish is scratch resistant, easy to clean and has 25 times the impact strength of glass. It comes in large panel sizes to ensure a smooth and hygienic surface. It is not suitable for use behind gas cooktops but can be easily cut to any shape and can be applied straight over existing wall finishes such as tiles.
Glass splashbacks are undoubtedly a luxurious feature in any kitchen. The back of the glass can be painted in any colour to match existing décor or achieve a new look for your kitchen, bathroom, laundry or commercial application. There are many textures to choose from – all smooth and seamless – to ensure maximum levels of hygiene. Our glass splashbacks are made from toughened glass making them both safe and durable.
Aluminium splashbacks provide an innovative, versatile and affordable alternative to glass. It is suitable for use behind both gas and electric cooktops and can fold or bend around curved surfaces. This product is available in over 20 fashionable high-gloss colours, making it a sleek and stylish addition to any project.