Schüller manufacture their woodgrain doors in 3 different ways:
Laminate – The wooden laminate fronts are hard-wearing and covered in a high-quality melamine resin layer. Schüller have 3 ranges of woodgrain laminate fronts, that come in a choice of woodgrain effects including oak, beech and limed pine.
Synchronised Pore Laminate – This wooden laminate kitchen range has textured finish so where you see the grain or knot in the wood, you can feel the grain or knot on the door. It’s as close to a real wood finish as you can get in a laminate and is available in a slab or shaker-style door and each range is available in three different oak finishes.
Veneered Wood – The Rocca range is Schüller’s only wood veneered door. They have natural, long lasting surfaces and, for added protection, they’re given a rigid two-component lacquer. Rocca is available in 3 shades of ‘knotty’ oak and looks great either handleless or with a simple handle.