About Us


Krissh Cabinet Sdn Bhd is a group of specialist carpenters, wood workers and designers, that specialises in various types of cabinets especially kitchen cabinets and wardrobes.

We also, focus on enhancing our craftsmanship through different range of products with different design styles that aims to suit our client's need.

Project Procedure


Quotation Proposal


Site Measurement & Cabinet Inquiries


3D Designs


Material & Colour Selections


Fabrication At Factory


Installation At Site

Materials We Use

Wood Grain Designs, Melamine & Laminate



Constructed from a manufactured-wood substrate, like MDF (medium density fibreboard) or plywood, that has been covered in melamine laminate.

  • Available in a wide selection of textures and natural wood grains
  • Cost-effective
  • Multipurpose option for adding colour and finishes to designs and projects


Manufactured under 1,400 pounds of pressure per-square-inch, more than three times over melamine sheets.

  • Durable - scratch & shatter resistant, waterproof
  • Inexpensive - covers inexpensive substrates like MDF or plywood
  • Choice - can be produced in a wide variety of colours & finishes
  • Easy maintenance


  • One of a kind, reflects one's personal style
  • Diversity - variety in selection
  • Durable
  • Adds economic value
  • Long-lasting, permanence and stability


  • Glossy finishing in modern style and never ending trend
  • Resistant to water damage compare to melamine
  • 4G glass door is crystal spray paint glass of 3.0mm thickness
  • Easy maintenance; does not get scratched easily

How to maintain your cabinet surface?

Nowadays, cabinets are popular because of their low cost and long lifespan. Due to cabinets being so common in our homes, many people might want to know how to clean the surfaces properly for maintenance.

  • Start by removing dust that has settled on the surface, wiping them down with a soft, dry cloth.
  • When the dust has been removed, clean the surface with a soft damp cloth and water which is mixed with a mild detergent.
  • After cleaning, use a streak-free glass cleaner on a soft cloth to finish. This will remove any residue and provide you with the best possible results.
  • Last but not least, be sure that the cabinet surfaces are fully dry so that no moisture remains, as this can lead to mould and mildew.

Things to know:

  • Instead of applying cleaning products directly to the area to be cleaned, apply them to the cloth.
  • Spills should be cleaned up as quickly as possible in order to prevent damages.
  • Abrasive cleaning chemicals, such as ammonia cleanser, turpentine, bleach, sandpaper, and pot scourers, should be avoided because they can readily harm the cabinet surfaces.

With proper maintenance and regular cleaning, your cabinet surfaces will not only stay clean and in good condition over time, but they'll also last longer without showing signs of wear and tear.