Veneering is a very old technique, the foundations of which to this day depend on the time-tested skills of highly skilled experts who select the best trees and plantations, often from the remotest of regions, to produce the wood skilled craftsmen will then turn into a natural, unique panel.
Nature creates truly unique and exclusive products. Every single tree has at least one feature that makes it different from all the others, even trees of the same species and family. Its trunk, grain, knots, tell the unique tale of this one particular tree. This unique
quality is passed on from the tree to the veneered panel.
The core of the log is sliced into thin strips of wood, which are jointed together into a sheet of veneer that’s then bonded to the core panel. The choice of the wood, the way the log will be sliced and the veneer jointed, provide an infinite number of possible combinations with one common denominator: originality, the natural character and high aesthetic quality of the panel.
A veneered panel is not only unique, it’s natural too.
This is one of the intrinsic characteristics of veneered panels, something that differentiates them from laminated or melamine faced panels. The latter are decorative panels made of synthetic materials, used to reproduce wood grain in a standardized, industrial process.
A veneered panel is a “living” element, that changes its appearance on the basis of the light and settings in which it is used, to create beautiful environments and furnishings, authentic, welcoming additions to the quality of your living space.