Medium Density Fiberboard materials | Ateliers Jacob

Lacquer Cabinets on MDF


After the design of the MDF panels, these are then sent to the painting department where a coat of lacquer is administered. The lacquer is thus applied in thin successive layers until the desired result is obtained. This process makes it possible to have a wide choice of possible colors and offers an opaque matte finish as much as glossy. The door models available with lacquered MDF are identical to the door models offered by solid wood.


Easy maintenance

Wide variety of colours

More economical than solid wood

Equipment is less warped than solid wood

Ecological: Does not require direct tree cutting


Vulnerability to water damage and other liquids

Less robust compared to solid wood

Difficult to retouch in case of scratches

Easily marks on impacts and hits