So what is this term book matching about? It is actually a misused term from what it was original meant to be. As natural veneers are sliced from the same tree, only batches of veneer can be used together in fabricating a full panel. So in order to make the veneer look like they are in pair and matching (pleasant to The Eye), veneer book matching experts will "book match" the veneers by alternating the veneers on a panel like a book. That's where book matching comes about.
Today many designers use this term book match to generally mean, making patterns using wood veneers. So you have 3D veneer design patterns, stripes and horizontal patterns, star burst patterns and more. We have attached some examples for you to see to pique your interest.
Generally it gives that customised look (which is true, it is very customised). In fact any home owner can proudly say there is only one of this in the world, especially when you use natural veneers.