Flat panel melamine door with 2mm pvc edging. This is the standard door style that I quote on. You can choose from hundreds of different melamine colours and by using the 2mm pvc edging, the doors and panels are able to handle being knocked around.
You can see some of the colour choices available for melamine doors by visiting the Colour Selections page.
Contour Fine Edge doors by Laminex are a melamine coated door with a fine edge roll either to the vertical or horizantal edges. The other edges can be finished in either 0.4mm melamine or 1mm/2mm pvc edging to match or as a feature colour.
You can view the colour range and information on this style of door by downloading the Laminex Contour Fine Edge Brochure
Vinyl Wrap Doors by FlexCorp are a great way to create a durable door finish with a lot of different colours and door profiles.
You can choose from flat panel with an edge detail, all the way through to full routered doors with a bolection style moulding.
The colour choices range from plain colours in texture, satin and gloss, through to printed wood grains, metallics and coloured ash vinyls.
To see the whole range of profiles and information on this door style, download the FlexCorp Brochure
Solid Timber doors by B & S Classic Doors are the company that I use for all my solid timber door cabinetry work.
They have a great selection of door profiles and timber species.
To see the range of profiles and timber species please visit their Timber door section.
Two Pack painting can be used on a wide variety of surfaces, both domestic and commercial. It gives a lusterous, easy to clean, wear resistant finish.
With two pack you can select any colour you like and have it colour matched to suit. If you by chance happen to damage a part its as simple getting it touched up again.
You can also take the profile doors from Flexcorp and have them two packed to suit your colour choices as well. There is no limit to your imagination when you consider two pack as a door style.
These can be done in a range of different surrounds, and also a large selection of insert finishes, from glass to coloured perspex.
Generally these are used as a feature item in your project, but as you can see they can be done as a complete finish to the whole cabinetry project as well.
You can see the frame profiles and inserts by visiting this page
These can be quite expensive to do, but definitely work well in the proper cabinetry application.