Can You Guess What IKEA’s New Cabinet Doors Are Made Of?
If you guessed wood, you’re only half right! They’re made from recycled wood and plastic bottles.
The new KUNGSBACKA cabinet fronts — available now — are made out of recycled wood scraps and laminated with a plastic film made from recycled PET bottles. The result? Daring matte black kitchen cabinets that are both sustainable and beautiful.
“We must find ways to use recycled material to make a significant and long-lasting impact, where we don’t just think about our generation, but for all generations to come,” points out Anna Granath, a product developer with IKEA.
The doors come with a 25-year limited warranty. Plus, the plastic laminate means they’re easy to clean. And did we mention they’re made of recycled material?
Shop: KUNGSBACKA cabinet fronts at IKEA
What do you think? Would you use these in your kitchen?