End match refers to a four-panel wood match sequence. The pattern starts with two wood veneers that are book matched, on the vertical, and then joined by two additional book matched veneers that are flipped, on the horizontal, creating an almost mirrored effect between the four panels. The grains are almost, or appear to be, lined up precisely, but there can be misalignments in the design that are not considered a defect. End match accentuates the wood curvatures, swirls, and other prominent characteristics. This match is typically ideal for shorter veneer leaves.