Similar to reconstituted veneer, dyed veneer is natural veneer going through a colour dying process and kiln dried process. It has more stable colour tone as compared to natural veneer which usually has variation of tones from piece to piece. Yet it can also retain the natural beauty of natural veneer.
Natural defects and variations of colour would be eliminated in the process.

Care and maintenance for dyed veneer is the same as of reconstituted veneer and natural veneer.

Dyed veneer are usually more costly than natural veneer due to this process it goes through. It is more often used for high end furniture and wall panels where slight colour variation and defects are visible to the naked eye.