Finding the right decorative veneers can be a challenging task as you have to consider various aspects such as wood species, color tones, thicknesses, and veneer cuts to meet your decor requirements. The Decowood veneers collection features more than 200 wood species from which to take your pick. Each species has different color tones, patterns, and textures and you also need to choose the preferred thickness and veneer cut depending on your requirements. Continuing on the subject, in this post, we share some tips about how to choose decorative veneers for your home. Read on.

First Things First!

There are quite a few aspects that you have to consider when buying wood veneers. They include color tone, grain pattern, size, species, veneer cut, origin, thickness, texture, origin, finishing, and backing type. Some of the wood species that are used to produce veneer sheets include Wenge, Mahogany, Teak, Ash, Beech, Eucalyptus, Oak, Magano, Mapa, Koto, Jacoba, Lime, Lolo, Pine, Rosewood, Sycamore, Sapele, and Chestnut.

Select a Color Tone

When buying decorative veneers, it is important that you keep in mind the type of application and finish you want, we have about a dozen color tones available in over 230 variants to help you discover one that is perfect for your decor requirements. From Naturals to Teak to Engineered veneers, you are literally spoilt for choice when it comes to discovering the best color tone for your veneers.

Choose the Right Variants

When buying veneers, it is important to keep the intended application in mind, as different applications require specific thicknesses whether it is flooring, walls, or furniture. If you want to upgrade the aesthetics of your furniture and extend its life, you may want to choose between Veneered Medium Density Fiberboard, Perfect-10, and flexible veneers. You can also use Veneer Laminate for kitchen cabinets and other high moisture areas.

Determine the Appropriate Veneer Cut

Veneer cuts are available in different sizes to cater to different applications be it doors or standard applications such as cabinets and countertops. It is important that you define your design and pattern requirements to make sure you make the right choice. You can apply the 3’ x 7’ size for doors and use the 4’ x 8’ for other standard applications.

Related: A Checklist to Consider When Buying Veneer Sheets

Wrap Up

Choosing the right decorative veneer for your home can be a breeze when you apply the aforementioned tips. If you have any questions regarding available decorative veneers from categories such as Natural, Teak, The Specials and Engineered, simply call us at 1800 833 0004, or fill out our contact form and we will take it from there.