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TIMBER VENEERS

Engineered Laminated Timber

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LIFESTYLE FURNITURE
SUSTAINABLE, ENVIRONMENTALLY RESPONSIBLE
SOLID TIMBER FURNITURE MANUFACTURING PRINCIPLES

IMPORTANT CONSUMER INFORMATION: Only 100% Solid Hardwood
Timber is used in the manufacturing of Lifestyle Furniture’s Dining Tables,
Chairs, Bench Tops, Drawer Fronts, Doors & Uprights.

Lifestyle Furniture is a Solid Hardwood Timber Furniture Specialist that recommends the selective use of premium grade timber veneers in the manufacturing of some furniture components that will enhance the structural performance and integrity of select furniture products without loss of appearance or appeal, ensuring your timber furniture purchase will perform without fail for many years to come. Should this not meet with your specific ‘solid timber’ furniture expectations, please discuss your concerns with us and we will do our best to address them.

There are many smart reasons to use Timber Veneers

Sustainability: Timber Veneers are very efficient and an environmentally responsible, sustainable, economical use of natural timber resources in the manufacture of quality furniture. At Lifestyle Furniture only premium quality timber veneers that accurately replicate the appearance of ourfavored Australian Hardwoods, such as Redgum, Blackwood, Jarrah, Victorian Ash and Tasmanian Oak are used in the manufacturing process.

Stability & Strength: Timber veneers do not move, they do not expand and contract like a natural timber must. Timber veneers are a strong support material and heavier than timber. For these reasons the chassis of timber furniture is often made from timber veneer. Other common uses for timber veneers in furniture making are door inserts, adjustable shelves and structural side panels in cabinet furniture manufacturing.

Timber Veneers how are they made? Timber Veneers are manufactured by slicing thin strips of timber from timber logs. The timber is heated first to prevent the timber strips from splitting. Just as timber planks are cut in different ways to produce types of grain patterns, so too are timber veneer strips. The strips are glued together to produce timber veneer sheets. The timber veneer sheets are then permanently glued to manufactured timbers such as MDF or plywood and used selectively in the sustainable, environmentally responsible furniture manufacturing process.

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