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a simply designed bedside cabinet is about to be completed
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that is looking great !!
tell us a little about the inlay strips. are they wood, plastic, metal, etc.
and do you buy the inlay strips pre-made or make them yourself ?

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that is looking great !!
tell us a little about the inlay strips. are they wood, plastic, metal, etc.
and do you buy the inlay strips pre-made or make them yourself ?

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we call it veneer, veneer refers to thin slices of wood, usually thinner than 3 mm.
they are assembled together, then we draw patterns on the veneer and cut, next we use veneer with the same pattern but different colors set on.
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