Melamine Finishes

Many melamine patterns simulate real wood in its natural state, as well as stained and weathered finishes and textures. Our display of solid colors replicate painted surfaces that resist chipping and require less maintenance than painted doors.

CLASSIC STANDARD MELAMINE

CLASSIC STANDARD SOLID COLOR MELAMINE

* available in frameless construction only

DISTRESSED TEXTURED MELAMINE

Modern Rustic Shaker Collection door edgebanding detail (SCOUT)

Modern Rustic Shaker door (SCOUT)
distressed textured melamine (EASTON)

LINEAR TEXTURED MELAMINE

Broadstone Lexington, Seattle, WA - Hundson doors with satin nickel Square pulls
linear texture

All melamine samples presented on this website are subject to change due to material availability. Lanz Cabinets makes no guarantee that these melamine offerings will continue to be in production. If any melamine style is discontinued, we will make every effort to find a suitable replacement.

MELAMINE IS TFL (THERMALLY FUSED LAMINATE)

  1. Printed decorative paper sheet fused with resin
  2. Industrial grade 5/8″ particle board
  3. Printed decorative paper sheet fused with resin

Melamine, often referred to as Thermally Fused Laminate (TFL). Melamine panels are produced by fusing a resin-based sheet of decorative paper directly to a particle board core. Pressure and heat activate the resin-based sheet and create a cross-linked bond with the core. This seals the core making it impossible to peel away. 

  • Permanently bonded to industrial-grade particle board
  • Hardness: 2144 psi
  • made for vertical application only (not suitable for countertop surfaces)
  • Less expensive than HPL (high-pressure laminate)
  • No dark line where surface and edgebanding meet as HPL has.