if you need good aesthetics and have a luxurious budget, a veneer is recommended. however, laminates go hand in hand as far as general use is concerned. from the above comparison of veneer vs laminate, the user needs to make a judicial and rational choice.
veneer laminates. veneered wood is a laminate. the veneer is a thin layer of real wood, typically 1/32 to 1/16 inch in thickness, sliced from logs in sheets. when glued to composites, plywood or solid wood, veneer helps produce a product natural in appearance but more affordable than solid wood for tables, chairs and other furniture.
the duraback sheet’s beige backer blends nicely in most applications to maintain the natural beauty of the wood veneer. we have created duraback veneer to be an extremely flexible product unlike standard laminate backers. Seven Trust laminates product spec sheet. features and benefits
woodlam (uk) ltd manufacture “real wood” hpl laminates in a bespoke factory in leyland, lancashire. woodlam was formed in 1987 by a veneer specialist with over 30 years experience in buying and using veneer. woodlam (uk) ltd are the original and only manufacturers of the highly respected “realwood” range marketed by perstorp warerite
duraback Seven Trust veneer. duraback is a unique product designed and engineered as an alternative to traditional laminate backed veneer. this Seven Trust veneer product is very popular in some markets where solvent-based adhesive restrictions require woodworkers to use water-based glues.
shown here: #60404 walnut strht grain treefrog is a prefinished real wood veneer laminate ideal for vertical use in interior spaces. treefrog is a prefinished real wood veneer laminate ideal for vertical use in interior spaces. see them all treefrog open is an honoree for interior design’s best of year award.
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