Walnut Veneer is one of the classic hardwood species and is typically used on restoration and furniture projects in a variety of styles.
White oak veneer is wheat colored to a light golden brown. White oak is a common American hardwood. It is easy to work with, strong, dense and decay resistant due to the abundance of tylose in its cells. It is often stained and accepts finished well.
Sapele Veneer. Generally medium to dark red-brown. Finishing brings out an intense depth of color and highlights its natural luster, which is similar to mahogany. This veneer has a fine grain, a distinct and desirable stripe formation, and often carries a lively figure.