WOOD VENEER KITCHEN CABINETS
The veneer refers to a thin layer of real wood glued to a MDF panel. It is an interesting solution for those who want all the beauty that wood offers but for a lower cost. Adherents to sustainable development will also be seduced as it remains a natural product and significantly reduces the amount of wood used in the fabrication of cabinet doors.
There are several methods of cutting that will result into specific wood grains variations and patterns. The regular veneers used by Miralis are generally obtained from Quebec’s native wood species. The range of species available includes: cherry wood, white oak, red oak, maple, ash, birch, red birch and walnut. Your kitchen cabinets will possess as much noble bearing as solid wood and that, while pleasing your wallet.
More resistant to humidity than solid wood
Allows you to obtain a straight door without any risk of bulking
Provides a variety of patterns depending on the type of cut
Brings as much warmth to your home as solid wood