Uniform and natural

Veneer is formed from very thin slices of wood cut from tree trunks. The fine veneer craftsmanship was originally developed to cover furniture and interiors with rare and expensive wood types – today we use it to maintain the beautiful, natural properties of solid wood, in a more uniform, thin and stable form, which also requires less raw material to produce.


White pigmented oiled oak

Oiled oak

Oiled walnut

  • White pigmented oiled oak

  • Oiled oak

  • Oiled walnut

Black oiled oak

  • Black oiled oak


    • Natural and living

      Like solid wood, veneer is a vibrant natural material that is affected by the room it is placed in. A dry room that's very warm can cause the wood to dry out and contract, whereas a damp room can cause the wood to expand. Veneer is more stable than solid wood, but it is still a good idea to regularly care for your veneer furniture to keep it beautiful and durable for its lifetime.

    Oiled veneer, with or without pigment

    • Lacquered veneer and MDF, with or without pigment

      We love the natural look of wood, which is why we lacquer it so that you can still see the growth rings and colours of the wood, but with the addition of a strong and durable protective layer. We use water-based lacquer, which is very durable. For daily cleaning, simply use a damp cloth.

      A lacquered surface is very durable but may scratch. Avoid strong cleaning agents and sulfo, as these will make the lacquer matt and scratched, and do not place hot tealights and similar directly on the surface, as they can leave marks. The lacquer doesn't make the wood 100% waterproof, so it's a good idea to avoid leaving liquids on it for longer periods of time.