First of all, what does natural veneer mean?
Veneer is a thin layer of natural wood that has a solid structure and color of wood. Natural veneer is advantageous in that we can preserve the natural look and pattern of wood that can not be repeated by any modern surface-making machine. However, each pattern of veneered doors is unique, so when purchasing multiple pieces of the same door, you have to take into account that the structure and shade of the individual door surfaces may be different.
Veneered doors look just as massive as they are more cost-effective and do not deform or twist when changing moisture and temperatures. Veneered doors usually consist of a wooden frame, MDF boards and are filled with a stabilizing paper honeycomb or chipboard. Doors are lightweight, serve long and look good.
The oak veneer is the most practical. Oak, unlike pine, is strong and resistant to mechanical damage and after several years retains its original appearance.
The veneered doors are sealed in a number of shades, they can be full or glazed, but the model range is quite limited by square and straight shapes.