Sarah Mac

Slip matched panelling

Natural Wood Veneer Matching for Eye Catching Design

The way veneers are positioned together can make a huge difference to the finished product. The overall look of the veneered product, whether a door, a piece of furniture or an entire kitchen, determines the technique that’s used. In general, to create a veneer with a first-class finish, a great deal of attention must be paid to the grain of the wood, the patterns of the natural material and the flow of the natural lines.

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A quarter cut American oak veneered dining table crafted by Read Veneers.

The Benefits of Real Wood Veneers

Wood veneering is a common practice in furniture and fixture making. Many items of furniture, flooring, doors and kitchen units in homes and workplaces are veneered and often it’s done to such a high standard that it is difficult to know which are veneered and which are solid wood.

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