Veneer Interior Wood Doors

A wood veneer door is a cost-effective design that provides the same texture and appearance as solid wood doors. Our veneer interior doors include thin layers of wood that can fit your specifications.

Learn more about the common veneer doors we offer to find the right product for your inventory.

Why Buy Veneer Doors?

Commercial wood veneer doors offer many benefits to customers, including:

  • Affordability: Custom veneer door manufacturers attach the wood veneer to an affordable door material. This process results in more cost-effective options than solid wooden doors. As a result, you can get a door that looks like solid wood but costs less money.

  • Lightness: A veneer door has a core created from lightweight materials, making it an excellent option for easy installation.  

  • Eco-friendliness:  Wood is a renewable resource that doesn't emit harmful greenhouse gases. Additionally, veneer doors use thinner sheets of wood than solid doors. As a result, the same log can create more doors.

  • Quality:   Veneer doors are the same quality as other types of doors. High-quality wood veneer manufacturers choose materials from prime sources. Wood veneer doors can withstand moisture, water and general wear and tear.

  • Versatility: Wood veneer is available in various wood species to complement your client's interior design. Each wood type offers a unique wood grain to diversify your inventory for your clients. 

Consider an interior veneer door supplier when you want a lightweight, affordable door with a gorgeous appearance.

Common Veneer Cuts

Wood veneer door manufacturers use various veneer cuts for their products to give each door a unique finish. Types of wood veneer cuts for doors include:


During the rotary cutting process, the log rotates against a stationary knife to create a broad grain pattern.


The quarter slicing method uses logs pre-cut into quarters to create straight grains and ribbon stripes. The exact design depends on the wood species.

Plain Sliced

Plain slicing involves moving a log up and down against the knife through the center for a straight grain and cathedrals. You can use this cut on several different wood species.

Rift Cut

Rift cutting produces thin, vertical grains by slicing across an oak log's medullary rays.

Common Veneer Matches

Wood veneer door manufacturers use various veneer cuts for their products to give each door a unique finish. Types of wood veneer cuts for doors include:

Book Match

Book-matched veneer pieces come in alternating panels that face each other like a book, creating a symmetrical pattern. The even design highlights the log's figure and grain and creates color variation on the door. 

Slip Match

Slip matching involves joining pieces without switching the pattern, keeping the joints hidden for a straight-grain appearance. This design usually keeps the color consistent throughout the wood veneer surface.

Balance Match

 In balance matching, the manufacturer keeps the width of each panel's leaves consistent, creating a symmetrical appearance.

Common Door Veneers

Standard door veneer materials feature popular woods such as:

  • Oak: This classic, long-lasting wood is resistant to water and impact damage, and it can accommodate a Craftsman or mid-century design aesthetic.

  • Walnut: This warm-colored wood finishes nicely with a natural coat.

  • Ash: This light-toned, yellow wood has a smooth texture and is durable against most wear and tear.

  • Birch: This light-toned wood takes paints and stains and features a uniform appearance.

  • Bamboo: This eco-friendly wood is durable and lasts a long time in a commercial space.

  • Mahogany: This classic wood species fits perfectly in an executive office or high-end commercial building.

  • Cherry: This high-end wood tends to resist warping, lasting for a long time in an interior space. 

  • Maple: This robust and dense wood's texture and light natural color can complement a traditional design aesthetic. It also takes paints or stains well to change its color.

These veneers can match various woods used in furniture and other interior construction for a seamless design.

Special Veneer

Some of our wood veneers come from specialty woods like:

  • Rosewood: This eco-friendly wood species has a unique color and dark chocolate brown streaks.

  • Ebony: This exotic, desirable wood complements any commercial space's aesthetic.

  • Eucalyptus: This unique wood species comes in various beautiful colors that take to any veneer cut.

  • Douglas fir: This durable softwood has a smooth texture that can easily be stained.

Plus, some of our specialty panels feature advanced cuts like quarter slices.


What Does a Veneer Door Mean?

A veneer door features a thin layer of wood on top of the core. As a result, you can have a product that looks like solid wood but is more affordable and durable.

Where can I install a veneer door? 

You or your clients can install a wood veneer door in various commercial settings. They'd work in an apartment building because of their beauty and versatility. A hospital and other high-traffic areas need a durable door that can withstand heavy use. Veneer doors can go in the many rooms of a hotel because of their cost-effectiveness.

How do you fix the veneer on a door?

Since a wood veneer door's glue and finish are durable, you probably won't need to repair a wood veneer door that often. However, if your door gets scratched, you can sand it and refinish it like you would with a solid wood door.

Choose Our Manhattan Door Corp. Veneers

At Manhattan Door Corporation, we pride ourselves on fast lead times and a customer-centered approach. As a family-owned business, we understand the importance of maintaining customer relationships for life. 

Ask us a question or start an order today by contacting our team online or calling us at 718-963-1111.

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