Tune in this Sunday, May 16th at 9 p.m. for the season 2 premiere of Scott's Vacation House Rules on HGTV Canada or find it on Stacked TV. Airs in the United States June 5th at 8 p.m. on HGTV.
Join us at the 2020 Toronto Interior Design Show hosted at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre January 16 - 19th where you can see our newest and most popular products through 2020.
In 2015, IKEA replaced their AKURUM system of cabinets with a new system of cabinets called SEKTION. Both systems are very similar in appearance, but there are many differences that are easy to miss. This can be especially frustrating when trying to replace doors for your AKURUM system with new SEKTION doors.
We're excited to announce that Swedish Door will be attending the 2019 International Design Show in Toronto from January 17 - 20th.
The IKEA AKURUM kitchen was discontinued in early 2015 with door fronts for the cabinet system being discontinued in October, 2015. After nearly 20 years in the market AKURUM doors had vanished to coincide with the release of the new SEKTION system taking its place.
One thing that’s great about IKEA kitchen cabinet doors is that they are versatile. In fact, there is a whole community of people who love to "hack" IKEA designs to make them even more versatile than they already are. IKEA cabinet doors can be used all over the house and you've most likely seen them in the bathroom.
If you have IKEA doors on your cabinets, and you’re thinking about replacing them, you should think about Swedish Door for this project. We have an impressive selection of GRIMSLÖV and BODBYN style doors for IKEA cabinets that you can order in just about any size and colour.
From now until January 31st, 2018, receive a 10% credit towards the purchase of hardware when you buy any door or panel package.
As a homeowner, you have many choices when it comes to sprucing things up. There are so many colours, textures and products to choose from, it can feel as though you have a dizzying array of selection. If you’re making changes to cabinet doors, one of those choices you may come across is choosing between Thermally Fused Laminate (TFL) -- which is known sometimes as Thermally Fused Melamine (TFM) -- or Thermofoil doors.
What is the difference, though? While the two are similar in some ways, they have distinct features.