Walnut veneer is 60% of Adams Face Veneer product. We find it easy to work with and a very desirable office furniture veneer.
Walnut is found in the southern USA from the Gulf Coast to Canada. Walnut veneer is used for furniture, architectual woodworking, cabinets and decorative panels. It is easy to laminate and finishes beautifully. Walnut is very durable and improves with age.
Red Oak veneer is by far on of the most popular for use in doors, furniture and paneling. The best red oak veneer comes from the Appalachian area and is readily available. Red oak is difficult to work as a veneer, but can be finished beautifully.
Maple veneer has many uses like furniture, baskets, doors, chairs, and paneling. Maple is harvested in the eastern United States and Canada. This is the same maple on the leaf in the Canadian flag and Sugar maple. The veneer is characterized by sugar streaks, brown streaks and flares.
Mahogany veneer is easy to work with and is a beautiful wood. Adams Face Veneer prefers to work with Khaya which is harvested from the Ivory Coast in Africa.
Mahogany is used in residentual furniture, cabinetry, office furniture and also has architectual applications. Its grain is very beautiful and finishes to a attractive natural finish. Mahogany has a red to a red-brown color and has a straight or broken stripe texture. It can be flat cut or quartered. Adams Face Veneer primarily uses quarter-cut mahogany veneer.
Pecan veneer has many faces...lots of character...furn marks, pecky and streaked with color. Pecan veneer is generally white with reddish heartwood. The veneer is used in furniture manufacturing for residential and architectual uses. The veneer is easy to work with and finishes very nicely.
Ash is available throughout the USA, but primarily ash veneer comes from the Mid-Atlantic regions. Ash is characterized by its uniform grain and glass worm tracks. Ash is easy to work with and finishes very well. With different stains it can be made to look like other species.
Hackberry veneer is often referred to as the "poor man's ash". Hackberry is primarily used in furniture manufacturing.
Hackberry is found in the southern USA especially in the southern Atlantic states. Hackberry finishes very well, laminates good, but does have a tendency to be buckled.
Cherry veneer is primarily used in cabinets, however, Adams Face Veneer supplies cherry faces for residential furniture, architectual uses and office furniture.
Cherry is found in the eastern USA primarily in the Mid-Atlantic regions. Cherry is easy to work with, laminates very well and finishes very well. Cherry is rich in color being reddish-brown. It also has characteristics of gum pockets and streaks of pitch throughout the veneer.
White Oak veneer is a desirable veneer for funriture, cabinetry, and architectual use. Adams Face Veneer finds that it is used in pianos, chair backs, chair legs and residential furniture.
White Oak is found in the southeastern USA from the Gulf-Coast to Canada. White Oak varies in color, however, Adams Face Veneer tends to work with the lighter colors. We produce faces in flat cut ,quarter-sawn and rift. These faces can be bookmatched, slip-matched and random matched.
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