Along with color and type of wood, figure plays a strong part into the veneer that is chosen. Figure refers to the surface effect of the grain. Wood grain patterns are produced naturally as the tree grows. Different wood grains include Bird's Eye, Fiddleback, Pommel and Crossfire etc.
The veneer matching is an arrangement of veneers with similar grain patterns within a given panel.
The veneer leaf width determines the appearance and yield of a panel
There are a few different ways in which these leaves can be “laid up” within the panel's required specification.
The veneer sketch matching creates specialized patterns bringing personality to the project.
There are multiple ways to cut veneers in order to produce unique and interesting styles. Depending how the log is cut, this will determine the grains appearance.