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Company Profile

Adage Furniture is a Western Australian family business. Since the company commenced trading in April 2003, we have enjoyed rapid, consolidated growth. Our focus and commitment to 'Customer Service Excellence' has seen Adage Furniture grow to become one of Western Australia's leading distributors of Hospitality & Mining Furniture.

We have WA's largest stock holding of commercial grade chairs and tables, and also design & manufacture a wide range of custom local made products to enable us to deliver the complete package to our clients, on time and on budget.

Our aim is to vastly exceed your expectations - our team is extremely passionate about what they do and committed to assist the company in achieving this in their endless pursuit of excellence.

Our showroom, office and warehouse facilities are located in Welshpool, Perth. Ideally situated for client showroom perusal & efficient distribution to the whole of Western Australia.

Here at Adage Furniture we have a strong team that is focused and all are committed to 'Customer Service Excellence'. We want to do everything we can to make your furniture selection stress-free!



Delivering to our clients, the complete package with 'Customer Service Excellence'.


To be the preferred supplier for hospitality and mining furniture in Western Australia.


We are Focused, Fast paced and Accountable.

Our relationships are based on Integrity, Loyalty, Transparency and Respect. We have a culture of Continuous Improvement and "Going the Extra Mile".


Showroom on 9 Pilbara St, Welshpool WA 6106


Warehouse on 9 Pilbara St, Welshpool WA 6106 (We are perths largest stockist of Hospitality Furniture)

We look forward to seeing you at our Welshpool facility!

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