Most types of wood have a corresponding veneer, which is usually produced from the highest quality trees and trunks. Certain types of wood are used only for veneer because veneer allows covering a larger area with a smaller amount of wood compared to a solid wood. The veneer pattern is generally determined by the way it is cut during production. Usually, veneer is not used on products that endure outside conditions, but rather for indoor uses.
When choosing a veneer, generally more significance is placed on the design rather than the quality. Veneer may be used virtually for any type of indoor application, including both bathroom cabinets and flooring (please note that flooring may not be renewed with veneer as with solid wood).