- Suitable for all design styles
- Uniform in colour
- Very smooth finish
- Easy to maintain
- More stable material than wood
- Wide range of colours
MDF, or medium density fiberboard, is a material consisting of wood chips and wood residues bonded by a synthetic resin. Unlike solid wood and wood veneer, MDF must be finished with a coat of opaque lacquer (or a coat of paint sealed with varnish). The inherent features of this material, such as its very smooth finish, uniform colouring and the fact that there are no knots or roughness in its texture, make MDF especially appealing to consumers.
One of the major qualities of MDF is its great versatility, which is why it is suitable for interior designs of all styles. MDF can fulfill every design mandate, whether you prefer contemporary cabinet doors featuring simple, clean and pure lines, or doors that integrate decorative mouldings for a more classic look. In addition, because it is a high-density material, MDF will ensure the structural integrity of your kitchen furnishings over many long years.