The raw material used for the production of VENITAL reconstructed (engineered) veneers is wood peeled into sheets of veneer. Next, any knots, examples of discoloration or anomalies of the wood structure are removed. After the initial drying of the sheets, they are dyed throughout, and glued together under pressure. During this process, the pattern of the wood grain we want to obtain is formed. The last stage is slicing of the thus formed block (flitch) into sheets. The result of this process are veneers resembling natural veneers obtained traditionally from different wood species or veneers which are not reflected in nature and are the result of the imagination of designers. Due to modification it is possible to achieve almost complete repeatability of the pattern of the wood grain and the colour of dyeing, which allows to produce batches of similar-looking products. Reconstructed veneers are free of defects, so there is no need to put together different veneer sheets in order to obtain the desirable effect. This increases material efficiency and reduces manufacturing times.


The standard size of a sheet of veneer is: length 2.8 m x width 0.7 m. It is the most convenient size for different kinds of customers. In addition to the standard dimensions of our veneer sheets, on request, we can create dimensions meeting our customers` special needs.

Veneer patterns:

The collection of VENITAL veneers has been continually expanded by adding new designs and now it includes 35 types of veneers, which are accompanied by a set of matching multilayer continuous edges stabilized with interfacing or glue ( on rolls). The maximum width of the edge on offer is 140mm, and the maximum thickness is 2mm.

The most interesting patterns:

Straight-grained pine pattern – a uniform, clear drawing with straight lines. Its colour and structure perfectly reflect the surface of the wood, allowing it to retain a timeless character.

Harlequin pattern (black and white crown-cut veneer) – is an avant-garde pattern, reminiscent of the op-art style of the natural grain of wood. It is for people who want to emphasize modernity, dynamism and originality of the interior of their houses or flats, and for those who are tired of classic furniture covered with veneer imitating venge or oak.

Exotic striped rosewood pattern – is characterized by warm, pink and burgundy colours, highlighted by relatively regular, black rings. It brings a taste of uniqueness and nobility. It is ideal for making inlay on furniture made of other, less original veneer patterns, and for covering furniture which will later be placed in rooms furnished in accordance with the philosophy of minimalism.
Jumbo Oak pattern (crown-cut veneer) is a combination of elegant grays with warm browns and a delicate metallic glow, which reflects the latest furniture trends. This veneer looks particularly good, when it is finished with a thick layer of a high gloss varnish.

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