Veneer is a thin layer of wood made from selected logs, which after crushing, cooking and dividing are cut with a knife (from the surface towards the core) into thin slices. Only the finest parts of the tree are used and are treated individually, according to the characteristics of each unique log.
Veneer is a "living" material with variations in colour, structure, light and dark.
The veneer is available in all known woods - ash, alder, elm, beech, birch, pine, red oak, apple, pear, larch, walnut - to name a few examples.
Veneer is a decorative material with a living surface. The material's thinness calls for careful handling.
Limited spillage during production. Requirements for formaldehyde-free paints.
Oak Core Unfolded
Oak Core Plank
Oak Quarter Unfolded
Oak Quarter Plank
Birch Core Unfolded
Birch Core Plank
Birch Quarter Unfolded
Ash Core Unfolded
Ash Quarter Unfolded
Ash Quarter Plank