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Prime Toitū Veneer debut

This sophisticated kitchen space, designed by Gunnar Friese of Hewe Architectural Cabinetry, drew inspiration from the copper taps the client bought. The use of our Prime Toitū Veneer panels in two different stains combined with metal details was executed beautifully with the hero cabinetry surface featuring Toitū Veneer in American White Oak in a smokey stain. To tie in with the exterior cladding, white-washed Toitū American White Oak panels were used adjacent to the kitchen splashback. The copper taps are complemented with the corten steel benchtops and industrial Dekon range hood.

Prime Toitū Veneer panels emulate the look of solid timber using a mis-matched (planked) layon but are a much more sustainable and affordable option.  From the same block of wood, veneer will yield more than 20 x more coverage than solid timber. To find out more about how veneer layons are made, check out our video.

Credit: Design by Gunnar Friese, Hewe Kitchens & Interiors. Photography by Jamie Cobel

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Prime Toitū Veneer, Toitū American White Oak. Design by Gunnar Friese, Hewe Kitchens and Interiors. Photography by Jamie Cobel.
Prime Toitū Veneer, Toitū American White Oak. Design by Gunnar Friese, Hewe Kitchens and Interiors. Photography by Jamie Cobel.
Prime Toitū Veneer, Toitū American White Oak. Design by Gunnar Friese, Hewe Kitchens and Interiors. Photography by Jamie Cobel.
Prime Toitū Veneer, Toitū American White Oak. Design by Gunnar Friese, Hewe Kitchens and Interiors. Photography by Jamie Cobel.
Prime Toitū Veneer, Toitū American White Oak. Design by Gunnar Friese, Hewe Kitchens and Interiors. Photography by Jamie Cobel.
Prime Toitū Veneer, Toitū American White Oak. Design by Gunnar Friese, Hewe Kitchens and Interiors. Photography by Jamie Cobel.
Prime Toitū Veneer, Toitū American White Oak. Design by Gunnar Friese, Hewe Kitchens and Interiors. Photography by Jamie Cobel.