Melamine is a type of manufactured wood, similar to particle board but made using a different process that results in a stronger product. Over time, advancements in melamine construction have increased its popularity as an alternative to hardwood cabinetry, especially among homeowners who prioritize sustainability.

Melamine’s aesthetic is versatile and can be customized to match any style of kitchen decor. A laminate is applied to the outer surfaces of melamine, which can mimic the look of wood grain or other materials. The production process involves combining particles of wood, paper, and resin under high pressure to create a durable material that is resistant to warping, moisture, and even fire. These properties have made melamine a competitive choice in the world of kitchen design.