Wood is a timeless look that never goes out of style and adds value to any aircraft. When renovating, consider adding flexible veneer accents to your private jet interior design. Veneer consists of a thin layer of hardwood bonded to a less-expensive surface below. Flexible wood veneers look just as gorgeous as hardwood, and because of their flexibility and light in weight, they are usable on walls, cabinets, furniture, and great to renovate private planes and yachts.
Types of Flexible Veneer
Phenolic — This product is composed of real wood veneer laminated to resin paper, which makes it incredibly flexible. It’s water-resistant and available in many colors and patterns, so it’s perfect to use in a variety of decor styles. Try it on any curved surface, such as an arched doorway or to wrap a decorative post for a stunning look.
Paper Back Polybak™ — This product, used as a single-ply backer sheet that contains no formaldehyde, is popular with builders. It won’t crack and is easy to use. Because of its flexibility, utilize it to wrap support beams in your home or as an accent on a curved wall for a fabulous wood look.
Wood Back or 2-Ply — This product is composed of two wood veneers bonded with the grain of the face perpendicular to the grain of the back. It won’t expand or contract with changes in temperature, making it very durable and sustainable. Use it to create a fabulous look for the cabinets in your kitchen or bathroom.
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