When it comes to choosing the doors for your new kitchen cabinets, you want them to be functional as well as attractive. If you’re not sure what material you want to go for with your cabinets, melamine could the just what you’re looking for. Today, we’ll be taking a look at the benefits of choosing melamine doors for your cabinets.
1.Range of colours and finishes
One of the best things about choosing melamine doors for your kitchen cabinets is that you have access to a huge range of colours and finishes. This means you can create a customized space and won’t be restricted by limited options. Whether you want to opt for a neutral palette of white, cream, grey, or pale blue, or you want to inject some vibrant colour into space, you’ll be able to find just what you’re looking for with your melamine doors.
2.Highly durable
In a high-traffic, heavy-use area such as the kitchen, it makes sense that you want cabinet doors that can stand up to wear and tear. Melamine has a tough outer coating which makes it resistant to excessive moisture, heat, and stains. Melamine’s hard-wearing reputation is due to its construction, with the hardened resin in melamine making it able to withstand dents, chips, and scratches. Melamine also resists fading over time, so you don’t need to worry about it looking shabby in a short amount of time.
Renovating your kitchen can be expensive, particularly if you need to factor in other expenses such as splashbacks, benchtops, and new appliances. Melamine helps you stay within budget due to it being very cost-effective, leaving you with additional funds for your renovation. Despite the low price point, melamine has an attractive aesthetic and stands up to other more expensive kitchen door options.
4.Easy to keep clean
Let’s be honest, the easier your cabinet doors are to clean the better! Luckily, melamine fits the bill and is simple to clean. Simply wipe your cabinets over with soapy water regularly and then dry them with a soft cloth. Wipe away food and liquid spills right away to avoid staining. Remember to avoid abrasive cleaners or scourers as this can eventually lead to micro-scratches on the doors.
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