The wood veneer sheet can be applied to walls. When it comes to interior finishing, veneer offers multiple aesthetic possibilities depending on the type of wood used and surface to be covered. Siding or wall panel, wood veneer creates a warm chic atmosphere for a living room.
Aesthetic and practical advantages of veneer
Wood veneer has various benefits. It offers an elegant design for living room walls, in an office or meeting room via a large range of colors and wood grades.
The unique character of each tree is expressed in wood veneer. Indeed, there are no two identical trees in nature. And as a result, the color and the pattern may be different for the same species.
In addition, it is easy to install. The first step is to clean and degrease the surface. The next step is to glue the flexible veneer sheet to the wall. Then comes the rolling phase, which requires applying strong pressure while adhering the veneer to avoid any air bubbles from forming. One or two days after installation, a wood finish must be applied to the veneer to protect and ensure its longevity.
Which room to choose for wood veneer?
A high-grade material, wood veneer is strictly used for the interior walls of the house. And for good reason, it needs to be installed in a room where the temperature is between 10 and 30°C with a low hygrometry (from 40 to 60%). That is why, it is not recommended in humid rooms. Veneer sheets form decorative panels which can be installed in a living room, a parental bedroom, a foyer or even a hallway.
At Brugère, veneer sheets can be made from different wood types: oak, beech, birch, ash- depending on the desired color and style of the room. The thickness varies based on the client’s request and the wall measurements, to give more or less relief to a space.
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