The Lincoln vinyl contemporary kitchen is a vinyl veneered door frontage. The door is 18mm thick and is a flat and featureless apart from the rounded chamfer to the edges. The lack of features makes the door easy to clean and contemporary in nature. This door shape has been referred to as Saponetta in the past by other manufacturers. The name word “saponetta” is Italian for soap. this door is the shape of a piece of soap t the edges one may imagine.
Vinyl veneered kitchens are inexpensive and currently very popular. As with all kitchens, they come with their advantages and disadvantages. Vinyl kitchens do not like steam. Perhaps turn the kettle around so that it does not billow steam under the wall units. If poorly made the vinyl veneer can delaminate from the Mdf door. Nevertheless, the advantages of vinyl veneered kitchen outweigh the disadvantages by far.