Herringbone | V Match 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.


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Plywood Veneers are the construction materials that are produced from engineered wood and are often favored for their ability to remain stronger and less prone to splitting than hardwood. Plywood Veneers are made from thin layers of wood that are glued together and have their wood grain rotated.

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