The kitchen is one of the essential spaces of the house where house owners spend 80% of their time. It is no more an enclosed space that shies away from the guests. Nowadays, kitchens stand proudly right in front of the living area, exuding style and modernity, adding to the aesthetics of the house. Homeowners spend a great deal and invest in many ideas while planning their cooking spaces.
Where does it all begin? Building a kitchen, wardrobe, or any other storage system firstly requires a carcass, which sets the foundation for constructing and designing various types of furniture. The shapes and dimensions of the kitchen furniture depend a lot on carcasses. Most of the kitchens are designed using plywood; however, with the gaining popularity of MDF in the market, Indian homeowners are now moving to MDF as the material used in each part of the kitchen decides how the kitchen looks and what it can withstand over time. Unlike plywood that is restrictive in creating designs since it is difficult to get perfectly smooth cuts on it, MDF’s surface and edges are smoother, making it easy to cut and carve designs out of MDF. Plywood splinters easily, and its edges have many layers that may have voids if not cut properly. MDF is ideal for cutting, machining, and drilling since it does not chip easily. Moreover, it is denser, more robust, and affordable.
Today, modular kitchens are designed in modules of different sizes and storage, which are decided based on the house owner's requirements and specifications of the kitchen to be designed. Although many prefer actual wood to build their modular kitchens, it is pretty expensive. The disadvantages like knots and splinters can hamper the cutting, painting, and overall design. Moreover, attackers like termites, borers, heat, moisture, and water may pose a severe threat to actual wood. However, MDF comes with the power to fight all of that.
The cabinetry is almost the face of the kitchen that sets the texture and tone of the space. Cabinets made with MDF are typically economical than traditional wood cabinetry, offer a wide choice as far as aesthetics are concerned, and are sufficiently robust and moisture resistant. One can choose an MDF shutter to reflect a unique style and can also use it in flat-pack cabinets, the sides of which allow adjustable shelves to select convenient shelf positions or placements. These hardwearing and easy-to-maintain cabinets also enable things like handles and drawer slides to be easily attached.
One can choose an MDF shutter to reflect a unique style and can also use it in flat-pack cabinets, the sides of which allow adjustable shelves to select convenient shelf positions or placements. These hard-wearing and easy-to-maintain cabinets also enable things like handles and drawer slides to be easily attached.
Indian kitchens face extreme heat and moisture in day-to-day cooking. Therefore, kitchen furniture is more prone to heat and water as 90% of cooking involves heating and washing. MDF is the perfect match for
kitchen carcasses and shutters as it works well in the abovesaid conditions, does not expand and contract, and readily accepts wood veneers. If going for an MDF kitchen, one can always choose DWR (Densified Water Resistant) for the cabinets below the sink. A high gloss lamination finish gives cooking spaces a luxurious touch with its glossy finish.
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