Wellborn Cabinet, Inc., offers a large range of beautiful cabinetry materials that includes Wood, Medium Density Fiberboard, Decorative Laminate Veneer, and Metal. The distinct beauty of natural hardwood, laminates, and metal defines and enhances the beauty of your cabinetry.
Cabinet Wood Door Materials
Cherry wood material is synonymous with luxurious cabinets. The rich red highlights on the wood give it a distinct appearance. Cherry will occasionally have tiny pin knots, pitch pockets, and very small, dark streaks of gum. For centuries, woodworkers have been captivated by these characteristics.
Wood Cabinet Material
Character Cherry’s unique characteristics are emphasized by the sporadic occurrence of various sized knots, pin knots, pitch pockets, and small streaks of gum. Cluster knots and open knots could also be featured. The amount of character will vary from each door making each kitchen unique.
Maple wood is widely used in the cabinet industry. This wood species features a straight grain with several distinctive characteristics which include unique figures such as bird’s-eye, fiddle back, mineral streaks, and curly grain patterns. Finely textured with a natural luster, this creamy-white to light reddish-brown wood is often used for cabinets and floors.
Wood Cabinet Material
Character Maple’s unique characteristics are brought out by randomly occurring, variously sized knots, pinholes, wormholes, and tracks, gum and bark pockets, sugar tracks, heartwood, and mineral streaks. Cluster knots and open knots could also be featured. The amount of character marks will vary from each piece of wood making each kitchen unique.
Authentic American red oaks are open-pored and have grain patterns. Wellborn’s manufacturing technology presents “Prestige Oak” with straighter grains than most cabinet lines, and our process minimizes the wide grains and reduces the widths of cathedrals in oak.
Hickory has distinctive contrasting colors from light to dark and strong grain characteristics. The texture of hickory is open-grained. Hickories by nature are heavy, hard, strong, and stiff - producing durable cabinetry. Hickory is for homeowners desiring dramatic wood characteristics
Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF) Cabinet Door Material
Using high pressure and temperatures, MDF is formed by combining wood fibers with a wax resin binder to form panels. It is made of wood veneer and is much denser than normal particle board. This is a durable and tough wood product commonly used in the construction industry.
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Decorative Laminate Veneers (DLV) Cabinet Door Material
Decorative Laminate Veneers have an MDF particle core and are composed of the different laminates and melamines listed below, creating a strong material.
Matte Laminate melamines have a super-matte finish with a silky smooth touch.
High Gloss Laminate
High Gloss Laminates are created by laminating decorative paper to a high gloss finish to the outer panel and a matte finish to the inside panel.
High Gloss Acrylic Laminate
High Gloss Acrylic laminates are pressed onto a high quality super-refined engineered MDF core with PUR glue. The high gloss acrylic has a mirror-like reflective surface.
Embossed Melamine is a Thermally Fused Laminated or High-Pressure Laminated surface with dual-sided textured grain. Embossed Melamine is a high-impact surface.
Heavy Textured Melamine
Heavy Textured Melamine is a deeply embossed thermo-structured surface that showcases a wood’s natural ridges, which are accentuated by deep furrows that add texture to the laminated surface.
Aluminum Cabinet Material
Aluminum is characteristically lightweight and has high reflectivity, enhancing the illumination in your home.