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Panarea modular kitchen, with groove door opening

Door with 34 ° inclination on the edge. The top with inclined edge, available in fenix finishes, favors the groove grip of the door. The doors integrated into the base units favor peninsula situations if you do not want to have a ceiling hood.

Modular kitchens in melamine: but what is melamine material?

The melamine are rough chipboard or MDF panels coated on both sides with thin layers of a special melamine paper film, i.e. a synthetic material composed of paper and melamine resin, in factthe melamine is also called melamine.
Then one or more thin layers of decorative film, through the industrial lamination process, are applied on raw chipboard panels of variable thickness, ennobling them (hence the name "Melamine") according to the uses and the type of texture (aesthetic design ) that you want to obtain. These films, made with melanic resins, in addition to making the panels aesthetically very beautiful, make the surfaces waterproof and very resistant to scratches and impacts, resistant to water, chemicals, abrasion, heat and with a great resistance to light radiation.
This type of panels are the most common, used for the vast majority of furniture, especially for the structures of kitchens, wardrobes and other furniture. The melamine is available in many finishes: the most common thickness of the melamine is 18 mm and 25 mm, other less used thicknesses are 8, 10, 30 mm.

Our online store offers a wide range of modular kitchen solutions in melamine for different needs, compositions made with captivating looks and with combinations of quality materials and trendy colors at really affordable prices.
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Modular kitchens in melamine: aesthetic beauty

As mentioned in the previous paragraph, the modular kitchens in melamine have many finishes (textures), in fact the covering of the panels (almost always in chipboard) can be "ennobled" with a remarkable range of plastic films with the most varied decorative effects.
To produce panels, for example, an effect similar to wood, we proceed by applying a thin layer of photographic film that reproduces, more or less faithfully depending on the quality of the production, the grain and color of the wood in question.
With modern technological developments it has even been possible to faithfully reproduce the porosity of wood.
The same process is also used to produce other types of finishes, such as the stone effect, the concrete effect and the metallic finish. The same process is used to produce the solid color doors as well. In this case, however, the layers that overlap each other can be transparent and cover a first colored layer, so the greater the layers, the greater the thickness of the film, or you can also apply many successive layers of melamine resin of the same. color, until obtaining a thickness sufficient to resist shocks and scratches.

The aesthetic choice is quite vast with many different styles as the material is truly versatile, and capable of adopting different finishes. There are in fact numerous models with different shapes, colors and compositions.
The modern solutions have neutral or lively textures, which can give a cheerful and contemporary touch to the environment. The choice and combinations of colors in the dining room must be carefully studied in order to favor conviviality and the pleasure of being in company.
The modularity / modularity of the kitchens allow them to be composed as desired according to one's needs, the space available and the configuration of the context itself.
Inside our outlet there are modular kitchens of different types and models in space-saving melamine, that is able to optimize all the available centimeters in a context of reduced size.

Modular kitchens in melamine: versatility and flexibility for all spaces

The modular kitchens feature the possibility of having the maximum freedom of composition of the various independent modules without compromising according to your personal space requirements and aesthetic taste.
Choosing a modular kitchen means making the most of your space in the kitchen by following your personality and your lifestyle.
Before buying a kitchen it is necessary to consider some important precautions, in fact, based on the available space, it will be necessary to take into account factors such as the structure, the appliances, the hob and sink and the wall units.
So the whole set must first be designed in a targeted and accurate way to avoid unpleasant surprises afterwards with further waste of money.

One of the greatest strengths of modular kitchens is the great versatility with which it is possible, through the choice of the various functional modules, to compose your own kitchen furnishing it according to your aesthetic tastes.
The concept of modularity and modularity allow the furnishing of the kitchen environment even in very small and cramped spaces, making it perfectly habitable, functional but always with an eye to the aesthetic aspect.
The homes, especially the apartments of today, have increasingly smaller surfaces, so, in this context, the concept of open-space comes into play where, with the elimination of the walls, the modern modular kitchen joins into a single space at the disposal of the living room.
In fact, modern kitchens are often kitchens with peninsula or island kitchens which, merging directly with the living room, create a unique contemporary environment that is very welcoming and livable and with a refined aesthetic impact.

The merits of the melamine in the kitchens

If once the furniture was made exclusively of solid wood for the undoubted quality and value but with higher costs, today with the technological innovations the melamine is certainly the material that has largely taken the inheritance, it is the most used material in the production of modular kitchens in melamine.
The reasons that led to its success are the following:

  • The resistance: melanic melamine are very resistant to impacts, scratches and abrasions, stains; therefore endowed with a great resistance to external stresses.
    In addition, the melamine is also resistant to water, unlike natural wood which fears humidity and where you have to be very careful not to wet it excessively.
    The surfaces are extremely easy to clean but also hygienic, and contact with food does not “pollute” their properties.
    In fact, they are recommended not only for wall units and doors in your kitchen but also for the worktop.
  • Duration: melamine is a definitely long-lasting material, thanks precisely to its resistance. Whether used in the kitchen, in the children's room or in the laundry, frequent use does not compromise its properties.
  • The practicality: melamine being a chipboard compound is lighter than solid wood. For this reason it makes it easier to move, transform, assemble and transport. Its resistance to scratches, the almost absence of maintenance, the ease of cleaning make it an extremely practical and functional material.
  • The economy: furniture products made with melamine have lower production costs than natural wood, which therefore translates into considerably reducing the cost of your kitchen without ever giving up on aesthetics.

The economy of modular kitchens in melamine

When preparing to buy a kitchen, the choice of materials is always a difficult decision to make, as among the many proposals there is not always correct information on the pros and cons of each material.
All this especially when the budget available is limited, which is the reason that forces you to choose an economic kitchen.
The selection criteria are not only related to price and aesthetics but it is together with the choice of the type and quality of the material that a price close to reality can be estimated.

Buying an economy kitchen does not necessarily mean choosing a low-priced kitchen with poor quality, of course, of course, those are also very good on the market ...
But the technology of the materials of the modular kitchens in melamine came to meet us, managing to give us a product that does its duty well and for as long as possible, without spending a fortune.
So if the choice is made in a conscious way about what we really need, it is possible to find the right combination between convenience and quality and aesthetics, managing to obtain good performances that last over time.

Aspects to consider in a melamine kitchen

The aspects to consider when preparing to purchase a modular kitchen in quality melamine on the numerous models on the market are various:

  • The performance and characteristics of the surfaces change according to the type of chipboard used for the panel and the thickness of the melamine sheet, generally a thicker module has greater resistance.
  • The glues used for chipboard can emit formaldehyde, which is a substance that is harmful to people's health. To lower emissions to a level close to zero it is essential to use high quality products. European regulations provide that the models on the market are divided into three different classes, E1, E2 and E3: the abbreviation E1 indicates the best result obtainable, obviously as the number increases the result is gradually decreasing.
  • The quality of the product also affects water resistance, a fundamental factor in an environment such as the kitchen, where splashes of water are very common.
    It is advisable to use the melamine classified with the initials V100 or which uses a P3 chipboard panel as a base. In both cases, a remarkable resistance to water is obtained.