If you’ve ever read the description of our products, for sure you ran across the terms “decorative panel” or “melamine”. They are widely used for the furniture description. That’s why it would be our pleasure to explain in a simple way what these panels are, their properties and application.
The melamine refers to a type of wood which does not derive directly from a trunk of a tree, but it is a result of particular manufacturing process which starts from taking wood chips recycled from the lumber industry and then compressing them. This board then is coated with melamine faces on both sides (a decorative paper impregnated with melamine resin).
The Melamine faced chipboard demonstrates particularly good qualities which make it a very requested material for the furniture industry. It is very durable and highly scratch-resistant, it is also waterproof, hard to stain and therefore easy to clean. Being basically a blend of recycled chipboard, the melamine faced chipboard is also lighter than solid wood and is produced and sold in the form of panels.
The decorative panels we use for our products are produced in Austria by a famous company – leader in the area of melamine panels manufacture. This Company exports more than 94% of their panels all over the world. If you already got your hands on our products, you could notice that these panels are hardly distinguished from the real wood products, either by eye or on touch. A wide range of colours and textures is a result of a work of professional designers’ team. These decorative panels are also characterized by a particular surface technology Natural Touch.
The machinery of this Company keeps always up with the advanced technology. Their products achieved net zero emissions of CO₂, satisfy the requirements of international standards, care for your health, they are free of plasticisers and harmful pollutants and guarantee high indoor air quality.
The Melamine became a material of new generation. The final achieved effect represents a modern and out of time look, appreciated and used in the world of up-to-date interior design.