Wood Veneer Sheets
$/ft2 at ft2 and 1 sheet(s) of (FirDougVerGr4x8BFV-I)
Douglas Fir Wood Veneer has a light reddish brown tone and has a high contrast between the earlywood and latewood. Generally found in quarter cut, more veneer and plywood are made from this species than any other.
Douglas Fir is primarily found in the United States and Canada. It can also be found in the United Kingdom, New Zealand and Australia. It is also known as Clear Vertical Fir, VG, CVG, British Columbian Pine, Columbian Pine and Oregon Pine.
Posted by Unknown on Sep 10th 2018
The appearance and flatness were beyond my expectations. I used the vertical grain fir and edgebanding to finish my frameless kitchen cabinets. The application was not complicated as the veneer was easy to cut and handle without falling apart in my hands. The paper-backed (bubble-free) is the only way to go. I have used non-backed veneers with a poplar sub-layer (really old school) that required far more work for the same results. I had only a few areas that were visible and to use a matching ply for the entire project would have been wasteful.
Did I mention that it is beautiful?