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Wood Veneer with Decowood

The aesthetic appeal of wood has captivated people since the beginning of time. Using solid wood, however, is inadvisable as it has an adverse impact on the environment, and it is also prone to damage, especially under damp conditions. The good news is – if you have your heart set on adding the natural charisma of solid wood to your interiors, you can go for wood veneers, an eco-friendlier and more durable alternative. Continuing on the subject, in this blog post, we discuss how wood veneers are redefining modern architectural design. Read on. Endless Options While real wood furniture and…

Engineered Veneer Sheets with Deco Wood Veneers

Available in various types, veneers have a large number of applications. When out to buy and install veneers for your project, there is a lot that you have to be mindful of, to make sure that every element comes out as desired. Touching base with all the important considerations also helps ensure that the project stays on budget and schedule. Decowood offers a wide array of premium quality veneers in different categories, including the much sought-after engineered veneers. To help put you in the know, this blog delves into 5 golden rules of buying and installing veneer sheets. 1. Know…

Home Interior Inspirations With Decowood Veneers

Designing the interiors of a house requires creativity, inspiration, and suitable design elements. While the facade of a house may give the first impression to onlookers, it is the interiors that leave a lasting impression. When it comes to beautifying your interiors, the premium quality veneer sheets from Decowood have got you covered. If you are looking for some inspirational design ideas, this blog post lists some of the houses from around the world with extraordinarily beautiful interiors. Maison Aux Jeurs Located amid ancient pine forests and meadows of Switzerland, Maison Aux Jeurs is a modern version of the Swiss…

Engineered wood veneer is a composite surfacing material characterized by consistent grain. Also known as reconstituted wood veneer, this type of veneer is sourced from softer wood species. Available in a variety of natural wood grains including geometric patterns, engineered veneers are among the post popular surfacing products offered by Decowood. Shedding more light on the subject, in this blog post, we present all you need to know about engineered veneers. Read on. Wood Species Used The main source of engineered veneer sheets is fast-growing and renewable wood species, such as Ayous, Basswood, Oak, Zebrawood, and Poplar. Using these wood…

American Walnut, also called Black Walnut, is an exotic wood species that comes in rich dark-brown and purple-black colors. Given the many notable attributes of the wood species, it is widely used as veneers for an array of surfacing needs, particularly in spaces such as lounges and malls where aesthetics play a vital role. The unique makeup, durability and easily maintenance make American walnut veneer one of the most popular and in-demand real wood veneers in the market. Continuing the discussion, let’s look at some of the notable properties of American Walnut veneers that make them a cut above the…