Solid three layers panel Douglas-fir rustic B/C+

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Product information

  • Calm and warm appearance
  • Easy to treat with a stain, lacquer or oil
  • Each board is unique
  • This material can warp with temperature differences or in humid areas
  • Can discolour if it comes into contact with iron
  • Natural wood: it discolours when exposed to daylight


The Solid three layers panel Douglas-fir rustic B/C+ is a high-quality wooden panel made from Douglas wood. With a rustic look and quality, the panel offers durability and aesthetic appeal for various construction and decoration projects.

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Product properties

Specific gravity (kg/m3)500
Face gradeB/C+
Thickness19 mm
Type Timberboards
VariantSolid three layers panel Douglas-fir rustic B/C+
GrainYes, lengthwise
Application (climate)Indoors
Wood type of surface layerDouglas-fir
CorePlywood / triplex
Functional useRustic quality
ColourBeige / Brown
Glue typeMR, Interior
Quality mark100% PEFC
Sheet structure3 layers
Top layer typeVeneer layer
Top layer2 sides

Order Solid three layers panel Douglas-fir rustic B/C+ to size online

Easily order solid Solid three layers panel Douglas-fir rustic B/C+ sawn to size online. This way, you can create a robust and sturdy piece of furniture in your interior in no time. You can have our solid timber panels cut in various shapes and finishes. Whether you go for an industrial table or bring more warmth into your home with solid wall shelves, anything is possible. That's really convenient!

Solid three layers panel Douglas-fir rustic B/C+:  wat is dat?

Douglas-fir wood, also known as Douglas fir or Oregon Pine, is a type of wood derived from the Douglas fir tree (Pseudotsuga menziesii). Native to North America, this tree is also widely planted in Europe, particularly in countries such as Germany, France and the United Kingdom.

Douglas-fir wood is known for its durability, strength and versatility. It contains natural oils and resins that protect the wood from mold, insects and rot. This gives the wood a long life.

The wood has a natural appearance with a variation in color ranging from light pink to light brown, depending on the growth conditions of the tree. Douglas wood often has an attractive and warm appearance. The wood does tend to gray over time unless treated with a protective finish.

Because of its properties and availability, Douglas wood is a popular choice in the timber construction and building industry in Europe, especially for ecological and sustainable building projects.

Visibility quality solid B/C

The quality of the top layers of solid panels is indicated by letter combinations. There is a letter designation for the visible side (top), which is the first letter, and one for the reverse side (underside), which is the second designation. This refers to the quality of the deck veneer, the quality of the gluing, for example, is indicated differently. In this, classification A is the highest possible quality. In this, the first letter means the quality of the visible side and the second letter the quality of the reverse side. Read here more about all viewing qualities.

This board material has the visibility quality B/C. The top side has the appearance quality B. B-grade veneers may have minor impurities. Light discolouration and minor repairs are also allowed. Sight grade B panels usually show more natural features and imperfections than higher-quality panels. They may have larger knots, cracks and colour variations. These panels are often used in applications where a more rustic look is desired, such as flooring, wall coverings or country-style furniture.

Sight grade C panels generally have even more visible features and imperfections than sight grade B. These panels may have larger knots, cracks and other natural defects that are more pronounced. They are often used in applications where the emphasis is on the natural beauty of the wood and where a very rustic or weathered look is desired.

Three-layer panel

These solid panels are composed of three layers glued together crosswise. The two top layers are of high quality. The 5 mm thick top layers consist of falling wide sections of approx. 80 to 140 mm. The 10 mm thick core makes it sturdy and stable. The core consists of the same wood as the top layers. In the core, all remaining material that is not suitable for the sight sides is processed: wood that is too short and too narrow, sapwood and other defects. The entire log is used, leaving almost no residual waste. The 3-layer construction makes this type of panel the most stable of all solid glued panels.

The direction of the wood grain

In lumber panel, a wood grain can be seen. The pattern of the wood grain always runs lengthwise. When sawing the panel, we keep in mind that the length dimension is also the length direction of the wood grain. So pay close attention when entering the dimensions so that the grain of the wood all runs in the right direction!

The look of rustic veneer

Wood veneer with a rustic look has a natural and raw charm characterised by features such as knots, cracks, colour variations and a pronounced grain pattern. The veneer often shows the visual signs of the original tree, giving it a warm and characterful aesthetic.

The rustic properties of this veneer are sought after because of the organic look they add to surfaces. The presence of knots, small openings where branches once grew, and cracks give a sense of authenticity and history. Colour variations and a distinctive grain pattern can add to the natural and aged look.

Wood veneer with a rustic look often goes well with traditional, country and craft design styles. It brings a warm and cosy atmosphere to interiors and can be used for furniture, wall coverings and other decorative applications where the emphasis is on embracing the natural beauty of the wood.

Brushed veneer

Brushed veneer is a type of veneer in which the surface is worked by brushing with hard brushes. This technique emphasises the harder wood grain while removing the softer parts. This creates a surface with a rustic and natural texture, with deeper grooves and veins. Brushed veneer is widely used in furniture production and interior design because of its authentic look and resistance to scratches and wear. It offers designers a versatile option to add natural and characterful elements to their projects.

Available thicknesses of Solid three layers panel Douglas-fir rustic B/C+

Solid lumber panels can be ordered in various thicknesses. You can easily indicate your desired thickness during the ordering process. This way, you can be sure that the panel material meets your requirements: both the size and thickness of the material. The following thickness(es) are available: 19 mm.

Editing solid Solid three layers panel Douglas-fir rustic B/C+

Douglas is easy to assemble, by gluing it together. Always finish the wood with a lacquer, varnish or stain. Always sand solid board material with a fine grit before working on it. Sanding down spruce joinery panel makes for a beautiful end result, so the details of the drawing stand out even more. Which benefits the robust, sturdy panel.

Finishing the timber panel enhances the protection and thereby the moisture-resistant properties of the material. Like all solid panels, Douglas fir panels can work under varying temperatures and humid conditions. Should you wish to saw or mill the material, bear in mind that it may splinter. When mounting the boards, use screws with a long thread and wide diameter to avoid splintering as much as possible. Finally, we recommend using only stainless steel when joining with metal to prevent discolouration on the wood. Read here all processing instructions of timber panel.

Specific uses of Solid three layers panel Douglas-fir rustic B/C+

In Europe, Douglas fir is widely used in the building and timber construction industry, particularly for wooden houses, barns, bridges, cladding, flooring, garden furniture, fences and other structures. It is a popular choice for ecological and sustainable construction projects because of its eco-friendly nature and excellent performance.

Alternatives for Solid three layers panel Douglas-fir rustic B/C+

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