So, you might be wondering; what exactly are laminates made of? Laminates are decorative surface materials that are created by gluing them to the top of a hard material, such as wood, plywood, particleboard, or MDF (medium density fiber). The top decorative surface is usually produced by pressing thin layers of plastic resins and flat paper. The creation yields a highly durable material that can literally be customized to harbor any style, color, and/or design. They are also very user-friendly in the context of them needing little to no maintenance and can be easily cleaned with most of your daily hygiene products.
The advantages of laminate kitchen cabinets are much more than these as well. Laminates are scratch-resistant, meaning that their visual display capabilities for reinforcing your lovely kitchen will last for a long time and won’t be harmed by scratches caused by heavy objects, even when they are in higher density than the laminate layer itself. They are climate resistant and can be used throughout the year in various seasons without alterations, thus, they can handle contractions and expansions in an excellent manner. Laminates are also moisture, heat and chemical resistant and won’t be affected by whatever you are brewing or cooking. Last but not least, laminates can be treated to acquire antibacterial properties, which is one of the most essential things to consider during our current era with the coronavirus pandemic. All in all, laminate kitchen cabinets are a superb choice for anyone that desires a durable, hygienic, and fashionable choice that will stand the test of time.
No matter what color or option you are looking for, our diverse spectrum of laminate kitchen cabinets along with our years of expertise in the kitchen design industry here at Kitchen Hill, we will ensure that you pick the right choice for your kitchen to display your unique persona like never before.