There are different types of wood veneers available in the market with various qualities, handling, and colors. Veneers are an essential part of the layout of utility areas, living rooms, bathrooms, shelving, and cabinets. They come in a variety of types which ensure charming décor.

Types of veneers

Natural veneers

Natural veneers are a thin layers of wood sliced from logs. They are called natural owing to the unique texture of the wood, which is completely preserved during the production process. These materials are cheaper than natural solid wood but more expensive than chipboard. Veneers are eco-friendly, sophisticated, and have a unique pattern. So, you can get the finest cuts in the most valuable species if you desire. Natural veneers are one of the most popular types of wood veneers and is often used in modern furniture production.

Reconstituted veneers

Reconstituted veneers or man-made veneers are very popular for their wide variety. They are obtained in various sizes, textures, and colors. These kinds of veneers are made to imitate the structure of any wood species and have no defects, knots, or cavities. The best part of reconstituted veneers is that they are replicable, which means that if you pick a design for your home, you can get that deign replicated as and when required.

Rotary-cut veneers

Rotary-cut veneers are considered the most common type of veneers made from oak, birch, and pine. They are affordable and the veneers are obtained by peeling from around the log. This technology allows you to remove the maximum amount of wood that you require only for one log. After cutting, the veneer is then cut into sheets of a certain size and glued in several layers, it is often used for cladding wooden doors and has durable and high strength qualities. This kind of wood veneer sheet is quite popular and widely used by homeowners, architects, and interior designers to create living space décor. Decorative ply doesn’t have rotary cut option. Therefore, we should drop this point.

Wrapping Up

Veneers give the furniture a decorative surface that is warm and elegant made of real wood. Each type of veneer differs in patterns, colors, grain type, and texture and comes with its advantages and disadvantages. You can find all types of decorative veneers available in the market to suit your needs and preferences. Veneers are cost-effective and this is one of the reasons it is widely popular, it is also durable, versatile, and easy to carry and install which is ideal for most people. This material is eco-friendly and can be reused even after it past its time period. Most people invest in veneers as it is long-lasting and doesn’t require a lot of care and attention, all you need to do is wipe it down with a soft microfiber cloth a couple of times and it’s good to go. You don’t need to stress and worry about it once it is installed in your home.

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