Oak Veneered MDF
Our high quality oak veneered MDF at Builders Marketplace is perfect for a variety of uses, from furniture and cabinetry to wall units and decorative panels.
The oak veneer that covers our MDF gives it a luxurious look, enhancing any room with its natural warmth and beauty. With our selection, you can create anything from traditional-style spaces to contemporary designs in the latest colors and finishes.
Our Range of Oak Veneered MDF
Oak Veneered MDF is a sheet material made with quality real wood veneers bonded to premium MDF. The Oak Veneer MDF can be used in a number of commercial and domestic settings. At Builders Marketplace, our range of oak veneered mdf will be suitable for any building project.
What is oak Veneered MDF used for?
Domestically, oak veneered MDF is used for household furniture and skirting and window boards, and it is intended for indoor use only. The Oak Veneer form of MDF is desired for its load-bearing capabilities but more so its truly unique appearance. No two pieces of this MDF are the same.
How is oak Veneered MDF made?
Oak Veneered MDF is pressed with grains fissures, providing a more figured face side, ready for paint, veneer or lamination. This MDF has the same ease of cutting, screwing and gluing of other MDF boards, as well as being easy to clean and maintain. These oak veneered mdf sheets are completely natural and responsibly sourced.
Oak Veneered MDF at Builders Marketplace
Our Oak Veneered MDF Boards are available in a range of sizes and thicknesses, and can be cut to your desired size, just remember to add the Builders Marketplace Cutting Service to your purchase.
Is oak veneer MDF waterproof?
Oak veneered MDF is less susceptible to water elements than standard wood due to the veneered finish, which not only improves the aesthetics of the wood but the water resistant properties.
Can you stain oak veneer MDF?
Oak veneer MDF is a popular choice for many people because it gives the look of solid oak without the cost associated with it. This type of material takes staining very well due to its porous surface and smooth texture, providing you with an even finish that highlights the natural grain of the wood beneath it.
Does oak veneer last?
MDF offers better protection against water damage and warping, and is fairly durable. Plus, with correct installation, such as using a sealant or varnish to protect the surface from dirt and dust, you can rest assured that your oak veneered mdf will remain in great condition for many years to come.