Laminate Front | durable, strong:
Characteristics: At first sight, the laminate front looks like the melamine front. An untrained eye will hardly be able to tell the difference. Compared to melamine which is directly applied to the front, the structure of the laminate front is comprised of multiple materials layered together which results in a more rigid and thicker protective coating. This thicker face coating comes with a wealth of advantages: laminate, for instance, is harder and extremely durable. This also makes it a popular choice for heavily used worktops.
The material is also postformable for a seamless look on the door or drawer front. In the postforming process, the material is heated and shaped around already-rounded or profiled edges.
Laminate fronts are very hygienic, easy to clean, not affected by moisture, and can withstand even heavy everyday wear and tear for years on end.
Aesthetic appeal: Laminate fronts come in a wide range of colors and decorative finishes. This material is highly recommended for anyone wanting a seamless look or rounded edges. Because the options of postforming open up unmatched creative scope, particularly in combination with laminate.
Series: Stockholm (PG4), Singapur (PG5)
Colors: 7 color options | solid colors and metallics | 3 colors feature anti-fingerprint surface
Door/drawer front style: Slab