MelaWood Design Range: Solid Colours Vs Wood Grain

products-4MelaWood is an extremely durable decorative MFB, with scratch and moisture-resistant properties, which make it one of the best options for door and drawer fronts, shelving, cupboard carcassing, and panelling. Whether you’d like to add MelaWood to your kitchen or use it to construct furniture pieces; there’s a design range consisting of solid colours and wood grain to choose from.

Solid colours:

MelaWood has a wide variety of neutral solid colour range to create a calm and tranquil feel within your home, regardless of where you choose to use it. Choosing a solid colour means you can mix and match it with your décor without having to spend an enormous amount of money trying to make all your pieces blend together.

Colours available:

  • Cappuccino
  • Espresso
  • Folkstone Grey
  • White
  • Medium Cream
  • Silver
  • Storm Grey
  • Super Black
  • Super White


Wood grain:

Melawood’s wood grain consists of wood-like patterns to create a feel of real wood, without the added expenses. There’s a wide variety of colours and patterns to choose from – creating a very sophisticated feel without damaging the environment. You will definitely find a style to suit every aspect of your home or office building

Colours available:

  • African Wenge
  • Bavarian Beech
  • Burgan Mahogany
  • Coimbra
  • Enya Walnut
  • Havard Cherry
  • Natural Oak
  • Royal Cherry
  • Summer Oak
  • Venza Oak, to name a few

Bring the outdoors into your home with Oak substitutes and African inspiration to compliment your décor without breaking the bank.


Have a look at PG Bison’s versatile MelaWood range to decide if this is the ideal application for your home or commercial property.


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