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Features of veneer furniture: pros and cons

When choosing wooden furniture, you may notice a type of material such as veneer. Many mistakenly believe that solid wood is much better than veneer. Meanwhile, the veneering technique is used in the manufacture of high-class furniture, and has been used for more than 200 years. We tell: what is veneer in furniture and the main reasons why veneer furniture remains one of the most popular home furnishing options.
Features of veneer furniture: pros and cons
What is veneer in furniture?
Definition, Wikipedia:

Veneer is a wood material, which is thin sheets of wood with a thickness of 0.1 to 10 mm, which is usually glued to panels (wooden or fiberboard) in the manufacture of furniture, doors, floors, etc.

That is, in fact, it is a natural material. Just like an array, it is made from precious wood and has all the advantages of a real tree – strength and durability. Today, about 200 types of veneer are produced, which are also successfully used in the furniture industry.

veneered furniture

Advantages
Availability. Unlike solid wood, veneer is not cut from a log, but cut with a knife, like cheese. This method allows you to create more material from one volume of wood, which helps to reduce the final cost of the product. For example, two chests of drawers can be made from one cubic meter, while there is enough veneer to cover 50 of the same.
Environmental friendliness. Often, a fiberboard, or, as it is also called, MDF, is used as a base. As you know, for the production of fiberboard, environmentally friendly materials are used – sawdust and natural resins. Read more about this material in our article – Chipboard or MDF: which is better for furniture.
Durability. Veneer is not subject to the same aging effects as solid wood. In addition, the veneer is glued to a stable core, so that the products do not deform or split. This is especially important in the manufacture of built-in furniture, such as kitchen cabinets or drawers, where every detail is measured to the millimeter.
Chest of drawers Angel Cerda MC1709DR with backlight
Chest of drawers Angel Cerda MC1709DR with backlight
210 990 rubles
Chest of drawers La Forma Abilen oak veneer and white lacquer 90 x 75 cm
Chest of drawers La Forma Abilen oak veneer and white lacquer 90 x 75 cm
67 990 rubles
Round dining table Angel Cerda D2063AA walnut
Round dining table Angel Cerda D2063AA walnut
283 990 rubles
Desk Angel Cerda Comodidad pearl
Desk Angel Cerda Comodidad pearl
$86,990
natural veneer furniture

Peculiarities
Exclusive inlays. There is a veneer finishing method that turns furniture into an unusual art object. Only true professionals can do this. But the cost of such piece will be an order of magnitude higher. Craftsmen use rare types of wood for these purposes and create magnificent patterns on facades and countertops.
Variety of textures. In nature, there are no two identical trees and the pattern of one piece of furniture will always differ from the other. This is especially noticeable on small furniture forms. This point should be taken into account when ordering paired items, for example, bedside tables or identical coffee tables.
Repair. Damage, although annoying, is easily repaired. But one thing must be taken into account. Modern veneer furniture is different from those products produced back in the Soviet era, and is not subject to delamination or swelling. Over the past few decades, building technologies and materials have significantly improved the performance properties of furniture products.

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