Wood really needs no introduction! This classical material always confers an incomparable style to any room and will embellish it for decades to come.
We offer you six different species of wood and a large choice of stains and varnishes. It is up to you to find the most satisfying combination!
Wood can be painted or stained to go with your kitchen set. Our color experts will make sure that everything matches to perfection. Just because you plan to redo your cabinets does not mean you have to replace your entire kitchen!
Thermofoil panels and doors used for cabinet making are made from an MDF base covered with a film of plastic that looks like wood.
When heated, this material will easily mold itself to the objects on which it is applied. It can be used to create embossed designs and door models that look like wood, without any joints!
Thermofoil skillfully combines the easy maintenance and durability of melamine with the warm appearance and elegance of wood.
It is available in a wide choice of finishes and gives you access to a very large selection of door models. While hardwood is costly, thermofoil constitutes an affordable choice with a good price/appearance ratio for your next kitchen cabinets.
Polygloss cabinet doors are made of a pine fiber base to which a melamine coat is applied, giving it its color and patterns. A polyester coat is then applied in order to give it a strong luster and make it more resistant to abrasion and water.
Resembling the Italian lacquer, polygloss is a favorite material for modern and chic cabinets.
Acrylic cabinet doors are made of a pine fiber base to which an acrylic coat is applied. This glossy synthetic layer "holds" the color. Thus, the color remains unaltered by the sun and retains its shine over time.
The ideal choice for a modern and refreshing look!
Polyester cabinet doors are made of a pine fiber base to which a polyester coat is applied, giving it a natural-looking color and texture akin to that of wood.
Polyester is a scratch and heat-resistant material, in addition to being easy to clean.
This material, which was supposed to “liberate housewives”, is still in fashion sixty years after it first appeared on the market. Today’s product, however, is very different from the traditional white melamine that used to turn yellow!
A wide choice of durable finishes, including several imitation wood finishes, are available with either a flat or a glossy appearance.
Accented with crown moldings and coves for added style, our attractive melamine cabinets are sure to delight you and offer you the change you have long been waiting for at a reasonable price.