Bestwood Siena VeneerBestwoodTM Siena Wood Veneer

Sourced in Italy – Inspired by New Zealand Siena provides a modern day solution for creating memorable designs that respect the natural world it seeks to recreate.

Bestwood takes no responsibility for the finishing of veneer. While independent industry research recommends high quality, non-yellowing, 2 pack acrylic-urethane-with manufactures approved ultra violet inhibitors in the sealer and topcoat any coating will need specific testing for wear resistance, hardness and colour stability.

Bestwood Siena Veneer

Bestwood Siena Wood Veneer have been engineered with a colour infused water based non-toxic colouring, allowing for a positive contribution to the design industry.

Manufactured from sustainable sources Bestwood Siena Wood Veneer maximises use of the log while retaining the unique qualities of its origins producing stunning natural wood grain appearance while being uniform and consistent across panels.



  • Consistent grain pattern layout for a unique and uniform natural appearance
  • Wide range of natural timber species, leaf and lay ups for unparallel design flexibility
  • Range of substrate options including moisture resistant & low formaldehyde (E0) MDF, particleboard and plywood
  • Environmental Choice Certified


View the Colour Range

Direct Sunlight – Direct sunlight should be avoided on all veneered surfaces as fading, bleaching, colour changes and damage to the surface coating may occur. As with any natural timber product, dyed products such as fabrics, colour will change over time when exposed to visible UV light.



Dusty Mule



Burnt Umber



Mother Earth



Please contact your local Bestwood Account Manager to view the Siena product range.

Every effort has been made to accurately reproduce our colour range on screen, however as colour quality and clarity differ between computer screens please refer to actual copy samples before purchasing your kitchen.

Information Bulletins

Disposal of Panels

Disposal of Panels

Environmental Choice Certificate

Environmental Choice Certificate

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