A veneered edge where its grain is at right angles to that of the main panel.
EFFECT i.e. CHERRY EFFECT
This is the brochure terminology used to describe paper faced chipboard.
There is an increasing trend to use this technique. The technique involves gluing small sections of wood together to form a larger and thicker pieces. This technique and effect is often seen in wooden chopping boards. The producer is still correct when he states that is product is made from solid wood.
A method of decorating a veneered panel where by thin strips of different or contrasting veneer and used to create a border or pattern.
Is a generic term used to describe a hard mattress, it has no medical meaning, and is in fact a word created by marketers within the bedding industry.
Is a not a valued furniture timber. It is better suited for the production of orange boxes, pulp for paper or ideally left to become Christmas Trees.
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