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Old 1st February 2011, 07:07 PM   #1
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Question Veneering Required.

Hi Guys,
Don't know where else to put this so if there is a more appropriate place, mods please feel free to move it.
I have a pair of Mission 773 speakers which are small floorstanders. I am very happy with the sound I'm getting out of them but they are not ideal, aesthetically. Reason, they are veneered in beautiful Rosewood but all our other furniture in the same room is medium oak. So, could they be covered in medium oak veneer, does anybody know anybody who would be willing to do this for me, any ideas of likely price and any polite comments?
Cheers,
Dave.
EDIT I am located in Sheffield.
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Hi Guys,
Don't know where else to put this so if there is a more appropriate place, mods please feel free to move it.
I have a pair of Mission 773 speakers which are small floorstanders. I am very happy with the sound I'm getting out of them but they are not ideal, aesthetically. Reason, they are veneered in beautiful Rosewood but all our other furniture in the same room is medium oak. So, could they be covered in medium oak veneer, does anybody know anybody who would be willing to do this for me, any ideas of likely price and any polite comments?
Cheers,
Dave.
EDIT I am located in Sheffield.
Iron-on veneer is readily available in white or red oak pre-cut into nice sized sheets. This is pretty much a cut and dry DIY thing.
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