INNATO: Powdered Oak

INNATO: Powdered Oak

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An exciting new type of product from Impression Veneers, the Innato range are natural real wood veneers in a range of species. Features and advantages include:


  • Made of real natural timber veneer (not plastic, not vinyl!), pressed onto a laminate backer.
  • Includes Australian species - NSW Blackbutt ("Innato Urunga Blackbutt"), Spotted Gum ("Innato Nymboida Gum"), Jarrah ("Innato Bunbury Jarrah"), Mountain Ash ("Innato Snowy Ash")
  • Enhanced natural wood texture - wire brushed grain
  • Finished with a highly durable coating - resilient, low-gloss UV-cured factory applied clear finish
  • Wear, scratch + stain resistant
  • Shortened manufacturing lead times because does not require finishing (except for Innato Etched Raw Oak, which is not prefinished but has a raw surface)
  • Economical + easy to use
  • Matching types include slip-, book or random-mismatched depending on the individual product
  • Sheet sizes are 2440mm x 1220mm or 2740mm x 1220mm , and thicknesses 0.7mm or 1mm depending on laminate type (refer to list below)
  • Gloss levels are approximately 10%, except for the Innato Etched Raw Oak which is unfinished.
  • Some of the Innato range are colour enhanced by chalking, smoke darkening, stains and washes. Textures vary from deeply wire brushed to natural open pores.



  • Interior, dry, low-medium wear applications only
  • Vertical applications such as wall panelling, interior doors, furniture, kitchen/bathroom vanity doors.
  • Dry horizontal applications such as ceilings panels, low-wear desks, tables and counter tops.
  • Not suited to high wear areas such as floors, stair treads or kitchen counter-tops
  • Not suited to wet areas such as vanity tops nor exterior application such as external doors, exterior cladding and walls
  • Should not be used in areas exposed to temperatures above 60 degrees C, nor in steamy places.
  • Like natural veneer, Innato is not suited for areas with prolonged exposure to direct sunlight
  • Not suitable for post-forming