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Its all about drama!

Veneers with dramatic grain structure are still in demand

This may be due to a growing number of designers taking design leads from the 70s where veneers reflected the dramatic graphic designs found in fabrics and wall coverings. Rosewood veneers, such as Santos Rosewood and Rio Rosewood are being used in a growing number of schemes, as too are redder veneers such as Bubinga and Pommele.

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Veneer Top Ten.
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  1. American Black Walnut
  2. Zebrano
  3. European Oak
  4. White Ash
  5. Santos Rosewood
  6. Rosewood Rio
  7. Olive ash
  8. American Plain Maple
  9. American Black Cherry
  10. Bubinga

The Lansdowne Bar, designed by Marilee. Oresund, by Karl Anderson & Soner.
The Lansdowne Bar, designed by Marilee Oresund, by Karl Anderson & Soner

Other dramatic grained veneers such as Zebrano have been popular for a number of years but veneers such as Black Figured Limba and Olive Ash with a similar appearance have been in greater demand.

Dark veneers remain an ever present in leading design schemes and with their inclusion in numerous hotel and bar/restaurant schemes the look has worked its way into residential schemes.

Veneers.

Zebrano. Black Figured Limba. Sapele Pommele. Bubinga. Santos Rosewood. Teak.