Book & Sheet Matching

The appearance of SanFoot Real Wood Veneer Wallcovering is largely determined by how the veneer is sliced and then matched to form a full sheet.

Illustrated below are some of the standard matching styles used with SanFoot products.

Face Matching: Book-Matched

Consecutive leafs of a veneer flitch have similar grain and figure. In book-matching alternative leafs are turned like the pages of a book.

The vertical edges are then glued to make a “face”. This duplication of pattern permits a variety of visual styles. Book-Matched Faces can be made from flat, quarter and rift-cut veneers.

Other matching styles and face types are available as options including Slip-Matched, Swing-Matched and Plank-Matched.

Sequence Matched

These are sets of sheets manufactured from the same veneer flitch & sequentially numbered.

End Matched and Sequenced

Installations requiring lengths longer than standard sizes will require end matching of sequence sets.

This offers the greatest possibilities to achieve continuity of colour and figure. Sheets are installed sequentially with the first number in the lower left quadrant. The second is rotated 180 degrees and joined at the top of the first sheet.

For best appearance when end matching sequenced sheets, mate numbered edge to numbered edge, or nonnumbered edge to non-numbered edge, based on the desired result.

End Matching must be specified when ordering.

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