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New Cabinetry Option Combines Premium Looks with Affordable Costs

Prime Panels has introduced a new Timberland plate finish for its melamine range that is so deeply textured and realistic, it has been mistaken for timber veneer.

Combined with new photo-realistic woodgrain decors in walnut, oak, ash, birch ply, rimu, tawa and maple, the Timberland finish costs no more than Prime's standard melamine finishes.

It means that the richly textured cabinetry seen in high-end designer kitchens can be replicated at much less cost with no compromise on achieving a stylish and welcoming interior.

The Timberland finish can be used across any melamine decor, including plain colours, and looks very striking on both black and white. With more than 60 colours to choose from, there is no limitation on creativity.

View more information on New Zealand Panels Group, including contact details.
February 2020 EBOSSNOW Product News
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