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POPLAR
Poplar has a conspicuous growth habit and grows quickly. Its wood is light and soft. As a veneer, it is plain and almost structureless. Its veneer color is grayish white to pale light brown with a slight greenish tinge in the heartwood.
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BIRCH
Of the hundred or so birch species worldwide, the white birch with its white bark is the most common. Its wood is mostly straight grained with a fine, uniform texture. Its veneer is yellowish or reddish-white to light brownish and has a slight silky sheen.
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MAPLE
Maple trees form a plant genus in the subfamily of the horse chestnut family. Maple trees are among the most valuable native deciduous woods. Its wood appears almost white to light yellow in a strikingly uniform structure. The veneer appears elegant and delicately silky.
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CEDAR
The cedar belongs to the pine family. Its wood exudes a particularly aromatic odor. It is reddish-brown with a naturally shiny surface of very fine texture. Its veneer has a delicate striped texture, appears calm and has a friendly warm appearance.

Poplar has a conspicuous growth habit and grows quickly. Its wood is light and soft. As a veneer, it is plain and almost structureless. Its veneer color is grayish white to pale light brown with a slight greenish tinge in the heartwood.

Of the hundred or so birch species worldwide, the white birch with its white bark is the most common. Its wood is mostly straight grained with a fine, uniform texture. Its veneer is yellowish or reddish-white to light brownish and has a slight silky sheen.

Maple trees form a plant genus in the subfamily of the horse chestnut family. Maple trees are among the most valuable native deciduous woods. Its wood appears almost white to light yellow in a strikingly uniform structure. The veneer appears elegant and delicately silky.

The cedar belongs to the pine family. Its wood exudes a particularly aromatic odor. It is reddish-brown with a naturally shiny surface of very fine texture. Its veneer has a delicate striped texture, appears calm and has a friendly warm appearance.

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I like veneer because ...

That's why we at the Initiative Furnier + Natur (IFN) have asked people what they like about veneer. And we were positively surprised by the answers we received. The preferences for the natural material are just as individual as the people themselves!

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