Five Veneers – the Element of Nature in Your Home
Wood in the kitchen delights us with its beauty and noble character that cannot be imitated. An overview of contemporary interiors confirms that boldly.
The differences in grain, shade, and texture of individual pieces of this material mean that the kitchen fits in well with both a rustic style and Scandinavian simplicity.
If you want a unique effect with a guarantee of a timeless investment, opt for a kitchen finished with natural veneer. In our offer you will find veneers made of birch, oak, and walnut whose colourings will allow you to choose from a variety of shades. See the projects in all five veneer colours in the Norwegian Wood collection.
If you are looking for a modern and at the same time classic kitchen design, then go for natural oak veneer fronts. Oak is considered to be the most noble tree in Europe. Its wood is characterised by a hardness and intense grain. The warm, sometimes almost golden colouring of natural oak will create a discreet rustic character in your interior.
Treated with ammonia, smoked oak is a unique colour spectrum from medium to dark brown. The oak grain bands on our fronts add a touch of nobility to interior designs. The modernist look of your kitchen will be underlined by a combination of smoked oak from the Norwegian Wood collection with light stone on the worktop, vintage furniture, as well as glass and metal accessories.
American walnut veneer is a great choice if you appreciate classic elegance. Walnut wood ranges in colour from light brown to dark chocolate and shades of purplish red. Walnut is distinguished by its decorative, irregular grain, which is why these fronts are so much admired by our kitchen community. American walnut kitchen cabinets will produce a spectacular effect even with a minimalist design.
In the light shade of natural birch veneer, spread from white to pale yellow, there is a praise of simplicity. The delicate, visible grain of the birch wood works well in both the kitchen and bedroom. By choosing these fronts, you will bring harmony and Scandinavian style to your interior.
The beauty of imperfect nature is best expressed by swamp oak soaked in water for hundreds of years. This precious veneer with its black-brown hue guarantees the creation of a one-of-a-kind kitchen story. Bog oak is a vehicle for history, and bringing it into your interior will be a unique everyday experience for you. Not only connoisseurs will appreciate the timeless yet fragile, natural beauty that it contains.