Crafting Elegance: The Artistry of Jacaranda’s White Oak Rift Slip Match Veneer

White Oak Rift Slip Match

Jacaranda’s premium wood veneer wallcoverings can be seen in some of the most recognizable structures in the United States. We’re proud of the work we do as we create wood veneers that are distinctive, durable, and matchless in quality. Our project at Dain Torpy Law in Boston, MA, features a distinctive White Oak Rift Slip Match veneer, just one of our many options for veneer wallcoverings and panels, and it’s just one example of the commitment we bring to each of our projects. If you’re ready to add elegance and sophistication to your space, we can help.

Hundreds of Species

We offer numerous species of wood to better meet your needs. Your options include:

  • Japanese ash
  • Bamboo
  • Birch
  • Cherry
  • Ebony
  • Koa
  • Makore
  • Maple
  • Knotty oak

A range of recon veneers is also available, including rosewood, angora, cashmere, umber, walnut, zebrawood, sycamore, and teak. With more than 100 common, exotic, and recon species from which to choose, you’re sure to find one that fits your style goals perfectly. We also make it easy to customize your wood veneer with stains, dyes, and finishes to better align with your aesthetic goals.

Understanding Cuts

The species of the wood is just one factor when it comes to the way your veneer looks. The way we cut it can also affect its final look. Careful slicing methods can change the look of the grain and create beautifully eye-catching patterns.

Rift cut veneers, the cut we used for Dain Torpy Law, are made by rotating the flitch as the blade is adjusted to produce a straight rift grain. The rift cut is commonly used with oak and eliminates the grain variations and cathedrals that are present in oak and some other types of wood.

Other options include rotary cuts, flat cuts, and quarter-sliced veneers, each of which produces specific patterns used with certain species to ensure the maximum beauty of each veneer sheet.

Understanding Veneer Matching

Once the wood is cut into thin slices and bonded to its substrate, it is finished and prepared for installation. We number our veneers so that you can easily create the pattern you want. Book matching is one common installation technique in which the sheets of veneer are applied opposite each other to create a mirror image. Slip matching, as the name suggests, is done by “slipping” the sheets of veneer over each other without turning or flipping. This is an especially popular technique for veneers with sleek, straight grains, such as white oak rift.

The distinctive straight, clean grain of Rift Cut White Oak makes it a popular choice for modern interiors. It’s strong, durable, and timelessly beautiful, offering a striking effect that works well in law firms such as Dain Torpy Law in Boston, a boutique real estate law firm. Our fine wood veneers can add clean lines and sophisticated simplicity to any corporate space and work well on walls, ceilings, columns, counters, and doors. Call 1-800-225-6384 to connect with our team today.