FLUSH WOOD DOOR
STILE & RAIL
HOLLOW METAL DOOR
Type of Veneer Cut
Alternating pieces of veneer are flipped over so they face each other like the pages in a book. This creates a pleasing, symmetrical pattern.
Each face is assembled from an even or odd number of pieces of uniform width before trimming. This match has a symmetrical appearance and reduces veneer yield.
Veneer slices are joined in sequence without flipping the pattern. If the grain is straight, the joints will not be obvious.