Veneer

  1. PSA - Pressure Sensitive Veneer - New Sizes!-24 Inch X 96 Inch

    Starting at: From $83.99

  2. Pressure Sensitive Veneers, 24" x 96"-ps veneer

    Starting at: From $83.99

  3. Flexible Veneer-36"  Wide

    Starting at: From $80.39

  4. Allwood Two Ply Veneer-24 Inch x 96 Inch

    Starting at: From $71.99

  5. Mahogany Crotch Sequenced Matched 4-Way Veneer Pack
  6. Maple Burl Sequenced Matched 4-Way Veneer Pack
  7. Walnut Burl Sequenced Matched 4-Way Veneer Pack
  8. Hunter Marquetry Kit, 5'' x 7''
  9. Myrtle Burl Sequenced Matched 4-Way Veneer Pack
  10. Wood Identification Kit, 50-Piece
  11. Birdseye Maple Sequenced Matched 4-Way Veneer Pack
  12. Ash Burl Sequenced Matched 4-Way Veneer Pack
  13. Veneer Variety Pack
  14. PSA - Pressure Sensitive Veneer - New Sizes!-New! 24 Inch X 32 Inch

    Starting at: From $31.49

  15. Chickadee Marquetry Kit, 5'' x 7''
  16. Hiker Marquetry Kit, 5'' x 7''
  17. Allwood Two Ply Veneer-New! 24 Inch x 32 Inch

    Starting at: From $24.59

  18. Dyed 3 Square Foot Veneer Packs

    Starting at: From $22.49

  19. 1/4'' Neatform Bendy MDF
  20. 45763 - Figured Maple

    Starting at: From $19.99

  21. 43922 - Elm Burl

    Starting at: From $16.99

  22. 45578 - Movingui

    Starting at: From $9.99

  23. Domestic 3 Square Foot Veneer Packs

    Starting at: From $8.59

Veneer is a thin sheet of wood that's been sliced, peeled or sawn from a piece of lumber. Because the sheets are so thin, veneers make the most of some of the most exotic and beautiful wood in the world.

Highly figured veneers can turn simple woodworking projects into works of art and breathe new life into your cabinetry or furniture. We offer a large selection of wood veneers at Rockler, as well as the tools and accessories you'll need to complete your project. Here's a quick rundown of key things to know about veneer:

Sequencing: When sheets of veneer are cut from the log in succession and kept together in order. Allows sheets to be arranged to create stunning symmetrical patterns.
Faces: Typically, one side of the veneer will be smoother than the other. Whenever possible, glue with the the rougher side down.
Substrate: The surface – for large surfaces, often a dimensionally stable material such as plywood, MDF or particleboard – to which veneer is glued.
Backer veneer: On panels, you'll need to apply veneer to both sides to balance the stress caused by seasonal wood expansion and contraction; otherwise, your panel will warp. The backer veneer can be a less expensive species if won't be visible.
Cutting: A sharp utility knife works, or a special veneer saw can be used. A straightedge also will come in handy.
Glue: Regular yellow wood glue works well, but hide glue also could be used. Some veneers come with a peel-and-stick adhesive backing already applied. When gluing sheets of veneer next to each other for a large panel, use special veneer tape to keep the edges together.
Smoothing: Use a roller or a veneer smoothing blade to make sure you have tight adhesion between the veneer and the substrate.

What People are Saying:

I have been ordering from Rockler for almost 20 years and have found their products to be very inexpensive and of high quality. Shipping is fast even when an item is back ordered. The best prices I have found anywhere."

- Orval - 08/07/2012

What People are Saying:

I have been ordering from Rockler for almost 20 years and have found their products to be very inexpensive and of high quality. Shipping is fast even when an item is back ordered. The best prices I have found anywhere."

- Orval - 08/07/2012
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