Veneer Kitchen

Veneer Kitchen

Wood veneers are one of the popular interior materials, which are used to provide finishing to various wood based products. Wood veneer is a very thin slice of wood which is obtained from a tree log. It is glued on to different types of engineered woods such as plywood, MDF, blockboard, particle board, etc. to give a finishing and decorative look.To improve the aesthetics of kitchen cabinets. Wood veneer is available in different types, based on types of wood species, based on matches, based on cut, etc. There are various other reasons to use wood veneer. The most important is that it is economical than using solid wood. They are largely used in residential projects, hotel and office projects. Before using wood veneers in your home, you must be aware of advantages and disadvantages of wood veneers. Here we have given information on advantages and disadvantages of wood veneers, which homeowners must know before buying them.

Pros and Cons of Veneer finish :

Wood veneers are only thin slice of wood; they can be easily glued to an engineered wood substrate to provide wood-like aesthetics. Since veneers are made from wood, they maintain the elegance and grace of their parent material. Unlike laminates, each veneer is distinctive adding a unique and rich feel to furniture.

Color and Varieties :

Every tree is different so every veneer product has a unique appearance. The same tree can never be found twice in nature. This also means that the colour and pattern can vary within the same wood species. There are few types of veneers, each serving a particular purpose. Veneers are classified into raw, paper backed, phenolic backed, laid up, reconstituted veneer and wood on wood. Since it is a natural material, veneer is available in a limited number of shades.

Maintenance and Durability: :

Applying wood veneer sheets to weak engineered woods like particle board can help in increasing its strength. Fiberboards like MDF and HDF are susceptible to damage in presence of water, hence applying wood veneer sheets will protect them from damage and increase its durability. It resists warping and fragmentation. Being natural product, it lasts longer than laminates. However, when wood veneer sheets come in contact with water, its polish may get damaged. Also In comparison to laminates, veneers require more maintenance. They need to be polished from time to time to maintain their beauty.

Cost Effective :

Wood veneers provide aesthetics like natural wood with less cost. As there is scarcity of natural wood nowadays, it has become expensive. High-quality veneers are much costlier than laminates since the veneer value depends on the type of wood.

Cleaning :

Use an ultra-soft manual or electric toothbrush to thoroughly clean your teeth, gently floss, and finish with a mouthwash rinse.