Kitchen doors are the most important part of the kitchen, as they are the most visible and representative aesthetic portion. Kitchen doors make the difference between a classic, modern or contemporary kitchen styles. A wide range of finishes are available to suit different designs and purposes as well as project requirements.
1. Laminate Kitchen Doors
This type of kitchen door offers a smooth finish. There are different qualities of laminate depending on their thickness, in addition to versatility in design and color, it also allows for different finish textures including glossy ones. The support can be either Chipboard or MDF.
Laminate is a coating based on sheets impregnated with phenolic resins and usually applied to wooden panels. The most common type used for kitchen doors are HPL (high pressure laminate) & CPL (continuous pressure laminate). A strong, hygienic and waterproof surface material, laminated kitchen doors offer countless options in terms of finish and color, in fact, it offers options between matt, gloss and even anti-fingerprint kitchen doors, whether in unicolor or wood designs.
2. Lacquered Kitchen Doors
Lacquered kitchen doors or fronts are manufactured on a MDF base, coated with an acrylic polyurethane lacquer with ultraviolet protection (UV) that prevents the fading effect of the light. They have the possibility of a plain front with or without a built-in handle, which is notable for its decorative versatility and ease of combination. In this case, the most important is the quality of lacquering. Lacquered doors are characterized by the fact that there is no material on the market that achieves an equal variety of color.
Lacquer, a bright material available in many colors, can be matt, satin or gloss, and covers the entire surface of a kitchen door including the edges. Lacquer kitchen doors are more delicate than laminate in terms of surface resistance.
3. Wooden Kitchen Doors
Natural wood kitchen doors with different wood types and options guarantee the beauty and elegance of hardwood in a kitchen, which is mostly expressed in the character and wood grain of each unique piece. Nature’s fingerprint is never the same in two pieces of wood, just as it is never the same in two trees. These differences give each piece of wood its genuine beauty. Wooden kitchen doors are of noble, natural, robust, elegant and warm material.
4. Ultra-High Gloss Kitchen Doors
The ultra-high gloss kitchen door range provides a selection of high quality colors and designs with maximum gloss, where images are reflected as if it were a mirror. They consist of high gloss finish with MDF core.
- Door with 4 Edges: which include all edges in straight finish
- Post-formed doors: in which the 2 vertical edges are postformed (rounded) to a radius between 1-4mm
Door edges can be divided according to the design into:
STANDARD KITCHEN DOOR SIZES
Kitchen doors can be made in different sizes both width and height. The following are standard kitchen door measures:
- Widths: 248 / 298 / 348 / 398 / 448 / 498 / 598 / 898 / 997 mm
- Heights: 138 / 158 / 218 / 318 / 338 / 348 / 398 / 418/ 448 / 478 / 558 / 598 / 698 / 798 / 898 / 1298 / 1318 / 1398 / 1498 / 1998 / 2198 mm
- Thicknesses: 18 / 19 / 22 mm
|Thickness (mm)||18/19/22||Door Format||Postformed|
|Heigth (mm)||138 – 2198|
|298||Ultra High Gloss|
|448||Integrated Handles||“J” Profile|