Wood veneer is a thin sliver cut from tree logs used in engineered wood products. Since its creation several decades ago, this has been the most appropriate method for creating surface texture for composited wood panels in terms of luxury hotel furnishings. As cutting natural tree blocks, each piece of wood veneer has a distinct wood grain. It has a naturally lovely look and provides excellent hospitality furniture standard.
We measure the thickness of wood veneer in millimeters, which is generally about 1 mm. Wood engineers do not produce wood veneer at first in order to reduce manufacturing costs for hotel bedroom furniture sets, but they do so in order to maximize the use of useable tree blocks throughout woodworking. In reality, wood veneer furniture has affordable manufacturing prices.
In other situations, though, veneer furniture might be more expensive than hotel furniture constructed of solid wood. When veneer and engineered wood are combined, they offer significant advantages over hard woods. As a result, the use of wood veneer in premium hotel furnishings is quickly growing. Tran Duc Furnishings (TDF) offers a wide range of material alternatives for bespoke hotel furniture projects.
The process of making veneer is uncomplicated. The materials are tree blocks, and we cut them apart like wood logs. The wood logs are then sliced in a large machine with a razor-sharp blade. This results in thin veneer sheets. Finally, substrate-dried veneer pieces are packaged into containers for delivery to hospitality furniture makers.
With veneer production, the factories may achieve cost efficiency. When any log size and even reclaimed wood pieces may be used. Because of the scarcity of forest resources, the production produces less waste and so becomes a perfect option for the environment. Rather than solid wood, tree sources can develop enough for materials in the short future. Colors and textures may be easily changed, giving considerable freedom to hospitality furniture designers.