Rough Cut

Authentic, Unrefined Wood Veneers for Texture.

About Rough Cut


White ash

White oak



Red oak

Experience Raw Beauty with Our Rough Cut Veneers

Our rough cut veneers collection boasts a diverse array of timber species, including eucalyptus, white ash, white oak, walnut, teak, and red oak. Unlike conventional veneers, these rough cut variants retain the timber’s raw texture, knots, and distinct grain patterns. Each panel tells a unique story of nature’s authenticity, with its inherent imperfections celebrated as a testament to the forest’s untamed grandeur. Explore the genuine beauty of these natural treasures today.

Why Rough Cut Veneers?

Enjoy the exceptional advantages:

Natural Insulation:

This property helps to regulate temperature and reduce energy consumption in interior spaces.

Anti-Slip Surface:

In flooring applications, the rough texture of these veneers can enhance grip and reduce slipperiness.

Unique Light Play:

The irregular surface of rough cut veneers can create captivating light and shadow effects, adding an element of artistic intrigue to your interior.

Aging Gracefully:

Rough cut veneers tend to develop a unique patina over time, gaining character and charm as they age.

Biophilic Connection:

The raw and natural appearance of rough cut veneers can foster a deeper connection to nature.

Unique Focal Points:

Incorporating rough cut veneers into select areas of a room can create striking focal points.

Explore Rough Cut Veneer’s Artistry

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

Transform Spaces with Vrikshat’s Rough Cut Veneer


1. What wood species are commonly used for rough cut veneers?

Various wood species can be used, including eucalyptus, white ash, white oak, walnut, teak, and red oak, each offering unique aesthetics.

2. How are rough cut veneers different from traditional veneers?

Rough cut veneers retain the rugged, unrefined texture of wood, while traditional veneers are smooth and polished, often hiding natural imperfections.

3. Can rough cut veneers be stained or finished?

Yes, they can be stained or finished to achieve specific colors or sheens while preserving their unique texture.

4. How do I maintain rough cut veneers?

Maintenance typically involves regular cleaning with a wood-safe cleaner and, occasionally, refinishing to retain their natural beauty.

5. Can rough cut veneers be used in moisture-prone areas like bathrooms?

While they can be used in such areas, it’s essential to ensure proper sealing and finishing to protect against moisture-related issues.

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