Technically, we calculate the wood veneer thinness in millimeter scale, which is usually around 1 mm. At the initial stage, wood engineers do not create wood veneer due to reducing production cost for hotel bedroom furniture sets, but they want to optimize utilization of usable tree blocks during woodworking. In fact, the wood veneer furniture brings about reasonable production costs.
However, the veneer furniture can be more expensive than the hotel furniture made from solid wood in some cases. The combination between veneer and engineered wood results in prominent advantages over hard woods. That is why luxury hospitality furnishing develops rapidly with the application of wood veneer. In customized hotel furniture projects, Fine Hospitality Furnishings (FHF) provides plenty of material options for clients.
The veneer production is not complicated. The materials are tree blocks and we separate pieces to pieces as wood logs. Then we slice the wood logs under a big machine with extremely sharp blade. That bring about thin veneer sheets. Finally, veneer pieces are dried with substrate and packed into containers to deliver to hospitality furniture manufacturers.
The factories can achieve cost efficiency with veneer production. When it can utilize any log sizes and even recycled wood pieces. The production generates less waste and become an ideal solution for the environment with the lack of forest resources. The tree sources can grow enough for materials in short-term rather than solid wood. The colors and texture can be customized easily to open flexibility for tremendous hospitality furniture designers.
Fine Hospitality Furnishings (FHF) is a hospitality furniture manufacturer in Vietnam. The company established in 2000 with factories in Binh Duong province, which is around 30km from the center of Hochiminh City.