These all wood cabinets are 100% plastic. Eh? This door finish is called thermofoil. We did this about 5 years ago and there are some other options now for a durable wood look (that isn’t wood), but thermofoil is affordable and the white shaker version in semi-gloss has a nice sheen that is difficult to discern from a painted cabinet. It wipes up easily and is pretty tough in the long run. This would be a great choice in a laundry room. The MDF doors are basically shrink wrapped in a hot vacuum and the stuff stays on there forever, unless it gets very hot. We had to replace the panel to the left of the sink as it got sun blasted during the construction process. They re-installed the blinds and nothing has come of it since. But that is the only durability downside to this material. One upside vs. the newer textured laminates is that they don’t put a separate edge on the sides of all the doors. The back is a matching color, but the faces and sides are all one sheet of plastic. Some of the cheaper laminate doors show a distinct line where the door edge banding is applied. Looking back at this job, I still rather like how this one turned out. The interiors of all these are standard maple with wood dovetail drawers, only the fronts are “fake”. Paul was a great client and let me take his then brand new Tesla for a rip. 100 mph comes all too easily in those cars. Thanks again for that, Paul… cool ride.