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Herringbone | V Match Veneer Pattern
Drawing illustrating the matching of a Herringbone | V Match Wood Veneer pattern

Herringbone Veneer has a herringbone pattern that consists of an arrangement of rectangles or parallelograms in a repetitive pattern. It was named after its resemblance to the skeleton of a herring fish. The colors of the wood in the in the herringbone pattern can be alternated to bring a modern touch to a classic pattern.

Herringbone Veneer has a herringbone pattern that consists of an arrangement of rectangles or parallelograms in a repetitive pattern. It was named after its resemblance to the skeleton of a herring fish. The colors of the wood in the in the herringbone pattern can be alternated.

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Diamond Match Wood Veneer
Illustration of a Diamond Match Wood Veneer pattern

In a Diamond Match Veneer the veneer leaves are carefully positioned to produce a diamond pattern. It is most effectively done with straight grained veneer. Four quadrants are fitted together to form a diamond shape. Alternating colors may be utilized to further bring out the pattern.

In a Diamond Match Veneer the veneer leaves are carefully positioned to produce a diamond pattern. It is most effectively done with straight grained veneer. Four quadrants are fitted together to form a diamond shape. Alternating colors may be utilized to further bring out the pattern.

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Book | Running Match Wood Veneer
Illustration of the Book | Running Match Wood Veneer patterning strategy

Book Veneer, also referred to as Running Match Veneer, is the most common matching type of veneer, as nine of out ten spliced veneers fall under Book Veneer. Alternating leaves of veneer are turned over, so the adjacent leaves are opened like the pages of a book. A-grade spliced veneer, used in architectural applications and visually prominent features like cabinet doors, typically has to be boot match. Book Veneer creates symmetry and yields maximum continuity of grain, and this type of pattern is usually the most pleasing to the eye.

Book Veneer, also referred to as Running Match Veneer, is the most common matching type of veneer, as nine of out ten spliced veneers fall under Book Veneer. Alternating leaves of veneer are turned over, so the adjacent leaves are opened like the pages of a book.

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Random Match
Illustration of wood veneer patterning with a Random Match

In a Random Match Veneer the leaves are positioned to be randomly matched. They are deliberately unmatched to bring out the individual color and grain. It creates an appearance of solid wood with a casual and rustic feel. This is a good method to utilize flitches with short leaves or those with inconsistent widths, colors, and grains.

In a Random Match Veneer the leaves are positioned to be randomly matched. They are deliberately unmatched to bring out the individual color and grain. It creates an appearance of solid wood with a casual and rustic feel. This is a good method to use flitches with short leaves or inconsistencies.

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Slip Match
Illustration of a Slip Match wood veneer pattern

In Slip Match Veneer consecutive leaves of veneer are slid or “slipped” across each other to be joined side by side creating a repeating grain pattern across the panel. There can be some color contrast at the joints, but slip matching produces a fairly uniform color. It provides a clean straight grain look.

In Slip Match Veneer consecutive leaves of veneer are slid or “slipped” across each other to be joined side by side creating a repeating grain pattern across the panel. There can be some color contrast at the joints, but slip matching produces a fairly uniform color. It provides a clean grain look.

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