Picking kitchen cabinetry is a fantastic opportunity to showcase your personal style while creating a functional cooking and family-friendly space. Whether you’re remodeling or adding cabinets to your new home, your cabinetry is the most visible thing in your kitchen. Not only does upgrading your cabinets offer a great return on investment, but it gives your kitchen character like no other appliance or decor feature can do. Because your kitchen cabinets cover such a large area of your wall space, it is essential that you pick it first so you can coordinate your countertops, hardware, flooring, fixtures, and faucets accordingly.
Unfortunately, high-quality cabinets can cost a small fortune. But with the invention of engineered wood and other materials, you can get durable, functional, and sturdy cabinets for a fraction of the price. One of the most cost-effective options is Thermofoil cabinets, which come in various colors, finishes, or styles. Like all other cabinets, no matter what the price tag, Thermofoil cabinets are both functional and stylish choices for your kitchen. Many homeowners know nothing about Thermofoil cabinets, especially when it comes to its durability. In this blog post, we breakdown everything you need to know about Thermofoil cabinets, including whether it is durable or not.
What are Thermofoil Cabinets?
Thermofoil cabinets are a unique type of cabinetry made using a vinyl that is heated and pressurized onto an MDF core. Usually only used for cabinet doors and drawer fronts, Thermofoil cabinets come in many colors, styles, and finishes — even made in textures that resemble solid wood.