Once you have taken so much time over creating a beautiful wood veneered piece of furniture or panelling, it is useful to be aware of how to care for it. Let’s look at best practice when it comes to looking after natural wood veneers.
Marquetry and parquetry are decorative woodworking techniques used to create ornamental designs in architectural features, furniture and flooring. Here we take a look at this interesting subject, touching on its history, uses, the differences between marquetry and parquetry and how the stunning wood artwork is created.
From sophisticated bespoke veneered doors crafted to harmonise with elegant interiors, through to veneered fire doors to protect your staff and visitors, all our doors are prepared to order.
Bamboo veneers are a little different from other types of veneer in that they are made from laminated blocks of bamboo that are then sliced and sanded. Bamboo as a timber is very hard and tight textured. It is used widely in construction, flooring and decorative panelling.
The big question in furniture making: solid wood, or natural wood veneers? Let’s take a look at the differences between the two so you can make your decision.