Natural Dyed by Tabu was created for those who seek wood veneers that look natural but must coordinate with specific shades. Natural Dyed veneers highlights the wood's existing appearance with a cohesive coloring from the lightest beech to the deepest mahogany.
Veneers are available in a wide array of colors and styles. The options for domestic and exotic plywood are practically endless. Look for exotic woods like avodire, padauk and koa to elevate the appearance of any business or home.
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.
Natural fumed wood undergoes a process that darkens the wood fibers and enhances the appearance of the natural grain. The fumed wood is placed in an enclosed environment where it is exposed to ammonia. This creates the natural deepening of the wood hue that is so sought after by the trendiest designers.
Linea offers clean lines with a natural look. The veneer design has a modern look that is often used on walls, cabinetry, shelving, furniture and more. The creation of Linea involves no bleaching or artificial coloring in order to reflect the wood species from which the contemporary wood paneling is made.
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.
Rough cut woods give the appearance of antique and rustic environments. Veneers can be textured in such a way to create a more natural, hand-made look. Rough cut wood paneling can be used on everything from walls to tables.
The veneer sketch matching creates specialized patterns bringing personality to the project.
Plywood Express provides high-quality substrate products. We have many different options for substrates such as MDF, plywood, particleboard and more
A substrate is the material to which a veneer is bonded. With careful preparation and adhesive selection, almost any smooth surface can be veneered.
The Barn collection is a farmstyle veneer that is natural, giving your interior a rustic look. These fleece-backed veneers have a brushed, and firm feel on the surface which creates a beautiful, and contemporary antique look. Natural growth characteristics such as cracks, and knots are underlaid with black fleece, so that the layons are “surface ready” and no longer need to be joined or leveled, saving labor time.
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.
Boards placed together to create a striped look form Vinterio Stratus. The boards are all from the same species of wood joined in a unique way to form a look that is both modern and classic. Some of the species available in this style are eucalyptus, sapele, sycamore, walnut and cherry wood paneling.