Polytec’s Melamine range has been expanded with the introduction of the Avellino door profile, available in 14 stunning Woodmatt colours.
March 1st, 2018
The Avellino multi-piece door system consists of two vertical side rails and a horizontal centre panel, bringing a stylish and contemporary spin on the traditional European-style door with contrasting timber-grain direction.
Created with designers in mind, the Avellino profile allows you to create a modernist two-toned kitchen, with the Woodmatt finish naturally creating a warm, modern space, straying from the popular and more traditional Tuxedo kitchen. Utilise Coastal Oak and Estella Oak Woodmatt for a perfect relaxed style, while evoking a solid timber look.
Melamine doors and panels are made from resin impregnated decorative paper bonded onto particleboard or MDF applied by an advanced combination of heat and pressure. Melamine is known for scratch resistance, durability and moisture resistance properties – and with the addition of the Avellino door system, the range is looking better than ever.
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