Open Grains Veneers

Unique Texture, Wood Veneers with Open Grain Patterns.

About Open Grains

Red oak

White ash

White oak



Explore the Real Wood Grain With our Open Grains Veneers

Our open grains veneers collection features a selection of wood species, including red oak, white ash, white oak, walnut, and teak. What sets open grains veneers apart is their distinctive texture, which accentuates the natural character of the wood, revealing its intricate grain patterns and tactile richness.Explore the depth and texture of open grains veneers and add an organic elegance to your living spaces today.

Why Open Grains Veneers?

Enjoy the exceptional advantages:

Enhanced Texture Depth:

Open grains veneers offer a pronounced texture depth, making them an ideal choice for designs where tactile richness is desired.

Reduced Reflectivity:

Their textured surface can reduce glare and light reflection, making them suitable for spaces where minimizing glare is essential.

Sound Absorption:

Open grains veneers can contribute to sound absorption, helping to reduce noise levels in interior spaces, improving acoustics.

Anti-Slip Surface:

The textured surface enhances grip, making them suitable for areas where slip resistance is important.

Visual Depth:

These veneers create a sense of visual depth, adding dimension to interiors and making them more dynamic and engaging.

Customizable Finishes:

They can be stained or finished to achieve specific colors and sheens while retaining their unique texture.

Explore Open Grains Veneer’s Artistry

Witness how it transforms spaces, from homes to commercial marvels. Let our gallery inspire your vision for a space adorned with open grains veneer’s elegance and charm, offering endless possibilities.

Transform Spaces with Vrikshat’s Open Grains Veneer


1. Can open grains veneers be used outdoors?

Open grains veneers are not typically recommended for outdoor use, as exposure to the elements can lead to premature deterioration. They are best suited for interior applications.

2. Do open grains veneers require special tools or techniques for installation?

While installation methods may vary depending on the specific application, open grains veneers are generally installed using standard woodworking tools and techniques.

3. Are open grains veneers suitable for DIY projects?

DIY enthusiasts with woodworking skills can work with open grains veneers for smaller projects. However, professional installation is recommended for larger or more complex applications.

4. Can open grains veneers be repaired if damaged?

Minor damage can often be repaired by sanding and refinishing the affected area. For extensive damage, it’s advisable to consult with a professional for restoration.

5. Do open grains veneers require a specific type of finish or sealant?

The choice of finish or sealant may depend on the wood species and the desired look. It’s recommended to consult with the veneer supplier or a professional for the best finish options.

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