What are wood veneer toilet partitions?
Wood veneer toilet partitions are the number one choice among designers, architects, and building owners looking for an attractive, high-quality wood interior in a commercial restroom environment. Wood veneer is produced by slicing a wood log in thin layers with a blade. The veneer retains the natural look and feel of real wood as well as its unique properties, showing authentic color and pattern variations.
This natural material is the perfect toilet partition choice for customers who appreciate the appeal of natural timber but desire a sleek and contemporary finish. To highlight the natural characteristics, we can further process and finish the veneer wood to the client’s personal taste.
The suppleness of maple, the warmth of pine, the richness of mahogany – your choice of wood can make all the difference. What matters is that it suits your tastes and style, and achieves the effect you’re looking for. Wood veneer for toilet partitions are available in over 25 domestic, exotic and reconstituted wood species in a variety of cuts and matching options.
Real Wood Veneer vs. Plastic Laminate (Wood Grain) Toilet Partitions:
• Real wood from real forests.
• Allows for a completely unique and exotic look and feel.
• Rich and contemporary appearance with natural variations.
• Ability to custom stain and match customer sample.
• Bespoke solution for iconic restrooms.
• Higher price point than laminate.
• Eco-friendly & sustainably sourced from renewable forests.
Plastic Laminate (Wood Grain)
• Man-made synthetic surface.
• Layers of plastic printed with a homogenous wood grain pattern.
• Inferior in natural quality to wood veneer.
• Plastic/synthetic feel.
• Inability to custom stain or match customer sample.
• More durable than wood veneer.
• More economical than wood veneer.
Real Wood Veneer Cut Options
The size of the log, the wood species, the grain pattern desired, and other factors determine which type of cut will be made to create veneer. Below are some of the more common methods of cutting logs.