Acoustic panels with natural wood veneer currently offer many more finish options than classic acoustic panels and they are always highly valued, whether beech, oak, maple or cherry.
Natural wood veneer consists of a very thin sheet of wood, only a few millimetres thick, which is glued to the acoustic panel. This way, you get acoustic panels that have the same look as solid wood but with a significant reduction in price and, above all, in the weight of the panel. The latter is very important as most acoustic panels are installed on walls and ceilings.
Until now the reason why acoustic panels with natural wood veneer were chosen for projects was to have the elegance and warmth offered by traditional natural woods such as oak, beech, etc. Thanks to the application of varnishes or waxes it was possible to maintain the properties and appearance of the original wood.
Today, acoustic panel catalogues have dozens of options with different natural wood veneers. On the one hand you can opt for special tree species such as wenge, ash and zebrawood. In addition, you can decide on pre-stained or pre-made sheets that cover the entire chromatic range. You can also choose from hundreds of options of veins, knots and textures that complete a catalogue that can supply any project you can imagine, however fantastic.
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