A veneer is the finest expression of wood. This is a thin layer of wood which is cut usually thinner than 3mm from a timber log, which is then typically glued onto core panels (particle board, medium-density fibreboard). This is done to produce flat panels such as; doors, tops and panels for cabinets, parquet floors and parts of furniture.

Each wood veneer is unique:

The same tree can never be found twice in nature; therefore, every veneer product has a unique appearance. The colour and pattern can vary within the same timber species. Veneer is different to a laminate or melamine as it is cut from a real tree and therefore the colour changes due to the light in a room.


Veneer Sheets

  • 0.6mm thick

Veneer Boards

  • 2800 x 2070 x 16mm

Veneer Discs

  • White Oak: 600mm Diameter
  • Walnut: 500mm Diameter