The Pisa 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 is slightly off the classic saponetta shape as the top and bottom chamfers are not the same as the left and right. 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 an entirely man-made kitchen door, the manufacture can be fully mechanised. The foundation Mdf which, already has one face coloured, is cut and profiled in a vast CNC machine. The vinyl is heat wrapped over the foundation is another huge machine. The unique labels are placed on each door by hand as they are usually all over the place, but we peel them off as part of the kitchen build.