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While the layout and design plays great role in the kitchen aesthetic function, the structure and material itself decides the durability and life span of your kitchen. It’s very important to find the right materials and finishes that suit your budget.

Particle Board, Mdf and Plywood are three most widely used cabinet carcass materials. When it comes to the finishes for kitchen doors, the options are as diverse as they come. The most frequently chosen finishes stand out as lacquered kitchens, melamine or high-pressure laminated kitchens, PVC vinyl finished kitchens, wood veneer kitchens, and solid wood kitchens. Each of these finishes offers a unique aesthetic that complements the kitchen's functionality, adding both style and durability to the door's appearance.



Lacquer kitchens

Lacquered kitchens are made through meticulous process, involving the application of multiple layers of polyester and polyurethane paints onto MDF or HDF board. These layers are then solidified under high temperatures, creating a robust and long-lasting surface, ensuring durability and resilience.


    Lacquered kitchens are vibrant and offer a wide range of colors. The finish can be matte, gloss, or metallic, providing endless customization options.


    The synthetic lacquer coating offers an exceptionally smooth and durable finish, capable of enduring heat, grease, moisture, and prolonged exposure to sunlight, outperforming most other wood coatings.


    Kitchens sprayed with lacquer are instantly recognized for their luxurious aesthetic and feel, as well as the vividness and depth of their colors. Traditionally, high-end homes and luxury building projects have relied on lacquer to exude a sense of quality and elegance in any wooden feature or accent trim.

Melamine Laminated Kitchens

Melamine boards are made by bonding decorative paper with resin to a particle board, MDF or plywood under glue heat and pressure. This makes them durable against moisture, heat, stains, and other damage. They are commonly used for cabinet doors.

  • Cost-Effective

    Melamine cabinets offer a cost-effective alternative compared to other materials. Their affordability makes them a popular choice for those seeking to balance budget and quality.

  • Durability & Maintenance

    Known for their durability, melamine cabinets can withstand the test of time. They are scratch-resistant and stain-proof, ensuring peace of mind and minimal maintenance.

  • Lightweight & Easy Installation

    Lightweight and easy to install, melamine cabinets are an ideal choice for DIY enthusiasts. Their portability and simplicity in installation make them a breeze to work with.

High Pressure Laminated Kitchens

High-pressure laminate (HPL) is a highly durable surface material composed of six to eight layers of resin-infused kraft paper, bonded together under intense heat and pressure (ranging from 1,000 to 1,500 psi at temperatures of 280-320 ℉). The core is then covered with a decorative pattern and followed by a clear protective overlay. HPL kitchen furniture is created by bonding HPL to MDF or plywood using glue, heat, and pressure.

  • Versatile Choices

    HPL kitchen surfaces offer a wide range of options. Whether you prefer specific colors, textures, or designs, HPL can accommodate your preferences. It even replicates the look of natural materials like wood, giving designers ample freedom to create.

  • Fingerprint-Free

    Modern HPL kitchen surfaces are fingerprint-resistant, ensuring a clean and tidy appearance at all times. No more worrying about unsightly marks ruining the look of your kitchen.

  • Tough and Durable

    HPL is exceptionally resilient, resisting scratches, moisture, and heat. Y Regardless of environmental changes, they maintain their original appearance, ensuring a beautiful kitchen for years to come.

PVC Vinyl Kitchens

PVC thermoformed kitchen refers to a kitchen decoration style that primarily utilizes PVC thermoformed panels as decorative materials. These PVC thermoformed panels are made of medium-density fiberboard as the base material, with PVC film adhered to the surface and formed through a seamless membrane pressing process. This type of kitchen features diverse patterns and textures, with a smooth surface that is easy to clean. Additionally, its moderate price makes it popular among homeowners in the market.

  • Moisture Resistance

    PVC material inherently possesses excellent moisture and water resistance, effectively preventing moisture from penetrating into various corners of the kitchen. This ensures the dryness and cleanliness of walls and cabinets, crucial in a kitchen that frequently comes into contact with water. It prevents issues like mold and rot caused by humidity.

  • Easy to Maintain

    The smooth and flat surface of a PVC kitchen makes it resistant to oil smoke and food residue. Cleaning is a breeze as stains can be easily removed with a damp cloth, significantly reducing the difficulty and time required for cleaning tasks.

  • Aesthetic Appeal and Durability

    PVC material offers a wide range of colors and textures, capable of mimicking the appearance of various materials to meet the personalized needs of different homeowners. Additionally, PVC material is highly durable, resisting issues like rot or insect infestation, maintaining its aesthetics and durability over time.

Wood Veneer Kitchens

A wooden veneer cabinet uses a thin layer of natural wood veneer adhered to MDF (Medium-Density Fiberboard). This veneer layer provides the cabinet with a natural wood appearance while leveraging the strength and stability of the substrate. The veneer is carefully selected and applied to create a smooth, uniform finish that enhances the overall aesthetics of the cabinet.

  • Natural Wood Appearance

    Wooden veneer cabinets offer the elegance and warmth of natural wood without the associated high cost and maintenance requirements of solid wood. The veneer layer captures the grain, texture, and color of the original wood, providing a luxurious and timeless look.

  • Durability and Stability

    By adhering the veneer to a strong substrate material, wooden veneer cabinets offer excellent durability and stability. They can resist warping, cracking, and other deformations commonly associated with solid wood, ensuring a longer lifespan for the cabinet.

  • Variety of Designs and Finishes

    Wooden veneer cabinets come in a wide range of wood species, colors, and finishes. This variety allows homeowners to choose a style that perfectly complements their kitchen or bathroom decor, creating a cohesive and unified look.

Solid Wood Kitchens

Real wood cabinets are those made primarily from solid wood or wood composites. The natural grains and textures of the wood give each cabinet a one-of-a-kind appearance. These cabinets are not only visually appealing but also offer a range of functional benefits.

  • Natural Aesthetic

    Real wood cabinets exhibit the natural beauty of wood, with each piece displaying unique grains and hues. This natural variation adds warmth and character to the kitchen.

  • Durability

    Solid wood cabinets are known for their durability. The material is strong and resilient, able to withstand daily use and the rigors of a busy kitchen.

  • Environmental Friendliness

    Real wood cabinets are environmentally friendly as they are made from renewable resources. Additionally, quality wood cabinets are often finished with non-toxic coatings, making them safe for indoor use.



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