Plus Interiors offers custom cabinetry & kitchen designs for home and office interiors.
Our Design Consultants will help you connect to your environment through efficient and beautiful designs that enhance your space. All of our products are manufactured with high quality and standards. Our partner, Stosa, offers innovative Italian designs. We also offer a locally manufactured option made at our Kapolei, Hawaii facility. We make it right, so you can make it your own.
At Plus Interiors, and our parent company The Art Source Inc, we promise to stand behind our products and put the customer at the center of every decision we make. We believe in doing what’s right as the only option. In fact, that is a central component of our company Mission Statement.
At Plus Interiors, we are committed to manufacturing our products locally here in Hawaii. We take great pride in what we do and stand behind each product that we make. This shared sense of responsibility extends to every part of our business, and to every employee.
Our headquarters are located at a 43,000 square foot manufacturing facility in Kapolei, Hawaii. Together with our parent company, The Art Source Inc, we employ nearly 200 individuals statewide, including design consultants, operations associates, craftsmen and support staff. We also rely on the help of advanced machinery, including nested-based CNC machines, edgebanders, thermofoil and Colorfuse dye sublimation presses and a state-of-the-art dust collection system, which helps us process wood resources with a reduced ecological footprint.
Our organization started with the hard work and entrepreneurial vision of owners Kent and Lori Untermann. In 1986, the young couple brought in a container of framed artwork to sell at the Aloha Stadium Swap Meet. Within seven weeks, they had sold all 7000 pieces of art. The Untermanns wisely realized the value of their new business venture, and out of those humble beginnings, the Pictures Plus organization was born.
Pictures Plus quickly established itself as Hawaii’s one-stop shop for art and framing. In 1988, to meet growing demand, the company began locally manufacturing its frames. That decision set the groundwork for what would eventually become a multi-faceted manufacturing organization with retail stores and showrooms statewide. With this expansion came a new name: Plus Interiors.