What is Veneer?
Veneer is the finest expression of wood.
Veneer is a very thin layer of wood that is sliced or peeled from a log and glued to a coreboard to create flat panels for use in numerous applications.
This process has the benefit of being more cost effective and more environmentally friendly whilst still retaining the look of solid wood.
Each Veneer is Unique
Every tree is different so every veneer product has a unique appearance. The same tree can never be found twice in nature. This means that the colour and pattern can vary within the same wood species. After all, veneer is real wood and not an imitation like laminate or melamine.
The colour of wood veneer is also influenced by light in the room and this can give the wood an even warmer feel. The numerous imitations of different wood types have made it difficult for the consumer to distinguish the real natural product from the imitations.