2-pak or painted flatpack kitchens?

2-pak kitchen finishes (also known as poly doors or polyethylene doors) are a popular choice for high-end DIY kitchens. The downside is they are costly and are often easily damaged in day-to-day use. As a very popular alternative, the Semble door offer includes a gloss laminate door known as Sheen Doors and these provide a very affordable gloss option with the added advantage of being very durable. Based on Polytec being market leaders in the manufacture of glossy surfaces, the Sheen range combines a smooth stunning finish with a medium level of gloss and an affordable price tag.

Or for a premium gloss door option, with a range of profiles, styles and colours, try the Polytec Thermolaminated doors – whether your’e looking for a minimalist or a traditional door style, this high-quality and luxurious to touch doors and panels are the perfect alternative for 2-pak doors. These doors are a custom made-to-order product – please email sales@semble.com.au if your are interested in this option for your project.

Click here for further information on Polytec Sheen doors or click here for further information on Polytec Thermolaminated Doors & Panels.


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