Timber veneer is the most practical and effective use of timber for decorative panels. Being made out of only the highest grade veneers it makes it impossible for subsitute products to achieve the rich and beautiful effects of natural timber.
The three most common cutting techniques in veneers are rotary, crown cut and quarter cut. Each veneer is called a 'leaf' and the grain pattern produced is different for each cutting technique.
Standard veneers available are hoop pine, radiata, spotted gum, Queensland maple, Tasmanian oak, New Guinea rosewood, jarrah, silky oak and western red cedar.
Other timber veneers are available on request.