Architectural wood veneers can be used to great effect to create beautiful bedrooms and alluring bathrooms.
At Read Veneers we work closely with bedroom and bathroom designers and interiors experts to help create wonderful visual effects with veneers. Advising on timber selection, cut and matching techniques is all part of the service. Careful matching of grains and setting of veneers ensures a look of undisputable quality and creativity with inlay lines and marquetry produces a truly bespoke air.
We supply bedroom and bathroom veneers privately for one-off projects as well as on a commercial basis for property developments and hotels, whether new build or refurbishment projects, and would be delighted to speak to you about your individual requirements.
For bedrooms, veneered panels can be used to update or upgrade the fronts of existing fitted furniture, as well as being applied to new units during manufacture. It’s not just wardrobes that can be veneered – entire rooms can be designed using standard or exotic veneers, with the theme running into an ensuite or dressing room if desired.
Bedroom veneering can be used for:
- Wardrobes & armoires
- Cabinets & chests
- Privacy screens
- Wall & ceiling panelling
- Bedroom doors
Veneered bathrooms have become a popular feature on the pages of interiors magazines. Eye catching and highly practical, veneers create an instant wow-factor impression and can be used to great effect as panels to hide unsightly pipework and cisterns. Moisture and humidity is not a problem with our veneers which are applied with strong adhesive to waterproof board.
Bathroom veneering can be used for:
- Pedestal cabinets
- Vanity units
- Bath panels
- Wall panelling
- Bathroom doors
- Hiding pipework & cisterns
Expert Advice on Veneered Bedrooms & Bathrooms
We have extensive experience in the veneering industry and are on hand to provide advice and recommendations. Any size project is welcome so please get in touch to discuss your requirements.
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