Our black oak veneer has been treated with an opaque matte black wood-dye. The black fronts fit well in a modern style. The grain direction on the fronts is vertical, which ensures a sense of unity in your kitchen. Veneer is a high-quality alternative to solid oak. The veneer is 1 millimeter thick, so it can still be processed later. Looking for custom measurements? We’re happy to help, feel free to ask for what we can do.
The finish ‘fine sawn’ means that light, horizontal saw cuts are visible on the wood. These saw marks give the wood a robust character; as if it had been prematurely removed from the sawmill. Our solid oak fronts are finished with an ultra-matt clear coat, which protects them well against moisture and grease, and makes them easy to clean.
The fronts can be equipped with a handleless profile for a handleless effect. It is also possible to use one of our handles. Check out our range of handles here.
Our oak and oak veneer come from European forests and are sustainably harvested. All standard panels have a rustic look, but are also available in A-quality. This would mean that there are fewer knots in it and that it is ‘error-free’, which gives a calmer look.