grey veneer

Grey Veneer

Grey veneer is a gray color reconstituted veneer or dyed natural wood veneer sheet.

You can get the veneer sheets or rolls in thickness from 0.2mm to 0.5mm.

For reconstituted veneer, grey oak colors are in great demand for interior decoration. There are dozens of gray oak veneers with flamed grains, planked grains, quarter cut grains, rift cut grains, and wavy grains.

The biggest advantage is the consistency of colors and grains sheet to sheet for the reconstituted grey oak veneer.

For natural veneer, in fact, it is the grey dyed veneer.

All the natural veneer sheets need to be dyed into a gray color.

The most popular wood species are dyed oak, dyed ash, dyed koto, eucalyptus veneer, birds eye maple veneer, and dyed obeche veneer.

2 Main Types of Grey Veneer Sheets and Rolls

reconstituted grey veneer

Reconstituted Grey Veneer

Why does reconstituted veneer is the first option?

Because there are so many grey color reconstituted veneer sheets. You can get any thickness you want.

For the big projects, grey recon oak veneers supply the consistency of colors and grains.

Furthermore, we accept small order quantities if there are stocks.

For example, light grey fine line veneer, rift cut gray oak veneer, flamed gray oak, planked gray oak veneer, and platinum oak veneer.

All those gray recon veneer sheets can be in standard 2 x 8 ft, as well as spliced to 4 x8 ft.

That way, you can save more total costs and improve productivity.

Grey Dyed Veneer

For some wood species, natural veneers keep the particular wood grains.

At the same time, the designers want the light or dark grey color for face veneers of some high-end furniture, wood door, or wall panels.

So that you have to choose the grey dyed veneer. The famous dyed veneer company is Tabu from Italy. You can also choose to work with Chinese dyed veneer suppliers at competitive prices.

For example, you can find 0.2mm to 0.3mm paper-thin dyed grey veneer sheets from China.

The common wood you can choose oak, ash, koto, eucalyptus, and obeche. The exotic veneers are available for birdseye maple, sycamore, and figured maple veneer.

You can choose those natural wood veneers in random sheets. Besides, we can provide spliced veneer service for custom panel size veneer sheets.

grey dyed veneer

28 Related Grey Wood Veneer Products

Platinum Oak Veneer

Flamed Grey Oak Veneer

Crown Cut Platinum Oak

Quarter Silver Oak Veneer

Dyed Sycamore Veneer Closet

Rough Sawn Cut Oak

Planked Grey Oak Veneer

Platinum Dark Oak Veneer

Rift Cut Grey Walnut

Dyed Gray Oak

Dark Grey Obeche Veneer

Grey Koto Veneer

Grey Birds Eye Maple

Dyed Figured Maple Veneer

Spliced Grey Ash Veneer

Cross Grain Recon Oak

Dark Grey Recon Oak

Flat Cut Grey Oak

Gray Oak Veneer Roll

Gray Oak Veneered Door

Grey Herringbone Matching

Platinum Gray Oak Veneer

Titanium Oak Veneer

Grey Ash Burl Veneer

When you ask me for a gray wood veneer. The gray oak reconstituted veneer is the first option.

Because the reconstituted veneer has a competitive price with wood grain. And you can choose many different grey colors and grains.

Moreover, you can choose platinum oak veneer, titanium oak veneer, or wavy grey veneer texture.

The most important is that you can get big veneer sheets for veneered plywood or MDF.

In most cases, such as high-end furniture, wood veneered door, grey wardrobe, or cabinet making. The architects need a high-quality natural veneer in gray color.

Then the dyed veneer is your best choice.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q1.  How is gray wood veneer made?
A1.  Generally, almost all are gray-dyed veneers. We have to dye the real veneer sheets into the desired gray color. Then we can laminate multilayers to form different grains of wood blocks for the reconstituted veneer.

Q2.  How many types of grey wood veneer sheets?
A2.  There are 2 main types of wood veneer can be a dark or light grey color. Natural wood veneer and Reconstituted veneer. When it comes to grains, there are flamed (crown), planked (half-crown), rift cut grain, quarter cut grain, fine line grain, and other exotic wavy wood grains.

Q3.  How thick/thin should the gray veneer be?
A3.  We provide standard thickness 0.4mm and 0.5mm for both real and recon veneers. As the different applications and clients’ request details. 0.2mm to 0.3mm super-thin veneer sheets or rolls are available.

Q4.  What is the gray veneer sheet specification?
A4.  Ideally, the length and width of the real veneer wood sheet can be customized to any size. But the common size is the length in 2500mm and up, width in 100mm and up for natural wood veneers.  For the reconstituted veneer, the standard sheet size is 2500x640mm.

Q5.  How to select the grey veneer sheet?
A5.  Usually, to save money, veneered panel factories use 0.15mm to 0.2mm thin wood veneers to face plywood, MDF, and Blockboard. However, some high end veneered furniture will choose 0.4mm to 0.5mm thick veneer for facing. You can choose grey recon veneer if your clients do not specify natural veneer.

Q6.  What is the disadvantage of dyed veneer?
A6.  The color change is the main problem for reconstituted veneers and dyed veneers. The main reasons are dyestuff quality, dyeing technology, color fixing agent, and sunlight discoloration.

Q7.  How to protect the veneers against color fading?
A7.  Before the dyed process, you should choose to use better color fastness dyed stuff. Moreover, UV protective coating is necessary for application.

Q8.  Where to buy grey veneer sheets or rolls?
A8.  Usually, you can find it from the dyed veneer suppliers locally. Tabu, Alpi, who are the famous dyed veneer suppliers located in Italy, Spain, Germany, American. However, you can consider buying it from dyed veneer suppliers in China.