Matte Finish Acrylic Slab

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Soft to the touch, Matte Finish Acrylic Slab is ideal for achieving an unforgettable yet subtle cabinetry style. This premium material has a flat finish that absorbs rather than reflects light, giving cabinets a warmer look and feel.

Its matte surface balances beauty and durability, creating a stunning appearance that will be pristine for many years.

Unlike vinyl or foil-wrapped cabinetry, Matte Finish Acrylic Slab is a low-maintenance material that is highly resistant to scratches, chemicals, and UV exposure for a lasting premium aesthetic.


The Cabinet Face offers a variety of light and dark colors with Matte Finish Acrylic Slab. Additionally, we use “laser edge banding” that is coated with a specially formulated lacquer to attain the material’s signature matte finish.

This process uses a precisely aimed laser to melt a thin layer of material around the acrylic front’s edge, creating a nearly invisible seam and increasing moisture resistance.

Browse our Matte Finish Acrylic Slab materials to see how The Cabinet Face transforms cabinetry through quality craftsmanship.


Scratch-Resistant – The top hardcoat layer is specially formulated to be the most scratch-resistant acrylic against kids, pets, and more.
Chemical-Resistant – Extensive chemical testing showed no visible changes or stains from everyday kitchen spills.
Matte Finish – Better at hiding smudges and fingerprints than glossy surfaces.
No Surface Flaws – Its superior quality and durability ensure flawless cabinet fronts.
No Polishing Necessary – Polishing not required after removing the protective peel coat or during the product’s lifetime.
Color Richness – The original color depth won’t fade thanks to its UV stabilized layers.
Low-Maintenance Material – Easy to clean with a wet microfiber cloth or non-abrasive products.

Current Lead Times

2-3 Weeks

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