Wednesday, August 17, 2011

wood veneer kitchen

wood veneer kitchens are less expensive than solid timber but still create a luxury, top-end look. veneer is a thin layer of real wood, which is bonded to another mate-rial such as ply, MDF or MFC. some doors combine a solid wood frame with a veneered centre panel; this creates added stability as the centre is one piece of veneer rather than a number of solid planks that are at risk of moving and splitting, particularly in centrally heated houses. for a really contem-porary look, opt for a sleek, flat door made entirely of wood veneer on an MFD base. dark woods, exotic species and horizontal veneers that can be cut at different angles to creat unusual grain structures are the hottest trends.

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