Veneer is unarguably one of the best surfacing options to consider when planning to transform a commercial or residential property. Although veneers are available in a plethora of options, smoked veneers are a perfect option for those who want to create a vintage and rustic appeal. Decowood manufactures premium wood veneers that enjoy a stellar reputation on the world market, and to help make the most of this popular surfacing product, in this blog post, we discuss all you need to know about smoked wood veneers. Read on.

What is smoked veneer?

Smoked Veneers gets its name due to wood undergoing process of fumigation. This evens out differences in tone and helps achieve a hazelnut to deep chocolate color with a natural sheen. In this process difference in tannic acid content of the wood cause light and shadow effect. For this process light colored veneer are used. Smoked veneer gives rich look to interiors.

What are the benefits of using smoked veneer?

The effects of smoking oak, acacia and other woods is that its overall properties are greatly enhanced. The benefits include but are not limited to:

  • Less brittle, more elastic, and easy to work with
  • Resistant to aging and far more stable to light
  • Easy to clean and maintain
  • Unmatched premium appeal
  • Presents designers with a whole new range of colors to experiment with

What are the types of smoked veneer?

Decowood is India’s leading manufacturer of decorative veneer and continue to bring fresh styles, colors, patterns, and grains to help beautify your spaces. If you wish to use smoked veneer sheets in your commercial or residential spaces, we have a huge collection of smoked veneers, thoughtfully assembled in various collections namely Houdini, Silver Splash, Smoked Illusion, and Smoked Standard. Explore a wide spectrum of color tones, grain patterns, sizes, species, veneer cut, thickness, texture, finishing, and other parameters, to choose the ones perfect for your ambience.

Need More Info?

To get answers to all your questions about smoked and other types of veneers, speak with one of our experts, today. Simply call 1800 833 0004 or email us at Alternatively, you can send us a message and we will take it from there.