Reconstructed Veneers & Laminates
Reconstructed veneer (also known as recon, engineered, manufactured or man-made veneer) is made from natural wood strips that are dyed, laminated together and sliced to create a unique patterned leaf. These leaves are then glued to a substrate such as MDF or particleboard and used to manufacture furniture or joinery.
Unlike natural timber veneers, reconstructed veneers are free from imperfections such as knots and holes. Because they are man-made, reconstituted veneers are consistent in colour, pattern and grain. This makes them ideal for covering large areas such as wall panels, ceiling panels, doors and cabinetry.
We source laminates and reconstituted veneers from a network of trusted suppliers. The variety of coloured veneers and textural finishes available today is extensive. The below is just a snap shot of what is available so please enquire if it is not listed.