Japanese technique of preserving/antiquing wood

Japanese technique of preserving/antiquing wood

Japanese technique of preserving/antiquing wood - 80 year life and fireproof Burning wood for a design

Use a blow torch to create a duo-tone effect on wood. Lay the torch at such an angle that the flame licks across the surface as you move horizontally. After that, wipe it down with a wet cloth and start the staining process. Assemble the legs and the shelves, place a glass top over it, and you’re done!

Use a blow torch to create a duo-tone effect on wood. Lay the torch at such an angle that the flame licks across the surface as you move horizontally. After that, wipe it down with a wet cloth and start the staining process. Assemble the legs and the shelves, place a glass top over it, and you’re done!

Russwood’s Charred Larch uses European Larch timber which has been produced in a controlled factory environment to create a textured black finish.

Russwood’s Charred Larch uses European Larch timber which has been produced in a controlled factory environment to create a textured black finish.

Absolutely STUNNING Burnt Wood Door design idea that I am in LOVE with!!

Burnt Wood Door Design Idea

La technique du bois brûlé ou Shou Sugi Ban || Zwarthout showroom

La technique Shou Sugi Ban, la beauté du bois brûlé

Black | 黒 | Kuro | Nero | Noir | Preto | Ebony | Sable | Onyx | Charcoal | Obsidian | Jet | Raven | Color | Texture | Pattern | charcoal

Black | 黒 | Kuro | Nero | Noir | Preto | Ebony | Sable | Onyx | Charcoal | Obsidian | Jet | Raven | Color | Texture | Pattern | charcoal

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