The kitchens are tailor-made in such a way that the arrangement of the elements is adapted to the space and the arrangement of the connections (electricity, water, gas) and, in agreement with the buyer, we achieve the optimal relationship between functionality and aesthetics.

For making a corpus of a kitchen, a universal, standard white color is used, and according to the buyer’s request the corpus is made in any one-color or woody decor.

The material we use for the front drawer and door is ribbed, postforming front, lacquered media (MDF) and glass (commonly framed with aluminum profiles).

Because of its qualities and price, melamine chipboard is the most common material for making the kitchen. The wide palette of decor meets the most demanding customer. The bead edges can be worn with 2 mm ABS edge tape or framed with aluminum profiles around the front. Kitchens made of beetroot are more favorable than kitchens made from other materials and do not lag behind quality.

Postforming doors are recognizable by the rounded edges and are very similar to the ribs. The difference in rounded edges and melamine on the surface, which is considerably thicker, makes this material extremely resistant to chemical and physical damage. The drawbacks are standardized door widths and smaller decorative palettes.

Mediapan appeared a few years ago and quickly took over the primacy in making the kitchen. MDF is made of wood fibers mixed with glue and pressed into the board. After finishing the desired dimensions, final finishing can be selected. Finishing can be coloring and varnishing in a mat, semi-solid and high gloss. Due to the composition and finishing itself, the MDF is one of the most durable materials in moisture.

Glass fronts are made in a way that different types of glass are placed inside the aluminum profiles: transparent (very rare), satin (white semi-transparent glass), lacquer (opaque glass varnished in a certain color).