Case Study - Kreem Cafe

Case Study - Kreem Cafe

Creating a Custom Display Cabinet for Kreem Cafe

Recently, we were approached by Kreem Cafe, Manukau and Henderson branches that were looking for a display cabinet that could best showcase their delicious cabinet food.


Kreem Cafe wanted a display cabinet that would show off their cabinet food in the best possible way. They had previously used a glass display cabinet, but found that it was difficult to keep clean and was prone to cracking and shattering. They wanted a display cabinet that would be durable, easy to clean, and could withstand the demands of a busy cafe environment.


After meeting with Kreem Cafe to discuss their needs and requirements, we recommended that they consider an acrylic/perspex display cabinet. Acrylic/Perspex is a lightweight and durable material that is ideal for display cabinets, as it offers excellent optical clarity, is easy to clean, and is shatter-resistant.

To create the custom display cabinet, we worked closely with Kreem Cafe to design a cabinet that would meet their specific needs. We incorporated features such as adjustable shelves, sliding doors to ensure that the cabinet was both functional and visually appealing.


The new acrylic display cabinet that we created for Kreem Cafe has been a huge success. The clear acrylic material provides excellent optical clarity, allowing customers to see the delicious cabinet food from all angles. The cabinet is also easy to clean and maintain, making it a popular choice among the cafe staff.

The adjustable shelves and lockable doors have also proved to be beneficial, allowing the cafe to display a variety of food items and keep them safe and secure when the cafe is closed.

Overall, Frameless Frames was able to create a custom-made display cabinet that met all of Kreem Cafe's needs and requirements. The new cabinet has not only helped to showcase the cafe's delicious food items, but has also helped to create a visually appealing display that is both functional and durable.

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