Laminated chipboard is made of milled wood chips mixed with glue and then hot-pressed. The inner layer of such boards contains bigger particles, while the outer layers are smooth, made of finer particles. Chipboards are finished with a veneer film to show their brilliance and prettiness.
The material of this kind is of lower price, if compared to MDF, and is available in a large range of colours. The time of manufacturing thereof is reduced, so it perfectly suits for custom-built furniture.