Japanese technique of preserving/antiquing wood - Imgur

Japanese technique of preserving/antiquing wood

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 sta(Stain Table Top)

Shou Sugi Ban - japanese devised charred wood to forstall insects, rot and fire. Beautiful.

Hardscaping 101: Shou Sugi Ban, Charred Wood Siding

Remodeling Shou Sugi Ban Torched Lumber: Repeat after us: shou sugi ban. Devised as a way to make wood less susceptible to fire and to keep away insects and rot, this longstanding Japanese method involves torching your building materials.

I love the Shou Sugi Ban technique! I love the nztural grain look rather than the gator skin look. I want this as a wall or huge headboard in my room at the cabin

La technique Shou Sugi Ban, la beauté du bois brûlé

Searching for the hottest look in wood finishes? You can't get much better than this!   For a burnished finish, we actually toasted the grain of the wood…

For a burnished finish, toasted the grain of the wood with a hot blowtorch, then a stain shades LIGHTER than the burned bits. This gives an amazing depth.

Shou sugi ban, or Yakisugi, is a traditional Japanese method of burning cedar (sugi) before finishing it with natural oil. Normally used as exterior siding, the charred wood is pest and rot resistant for up to eighty years.

& I love having wood elements but Black BURNT wood + brass door handle detail! This gives it texture! Maybe cabinets or kitchen nook table?

burnt wood...DW is considering using a burnt wood cladding for the exterior of a modern house soon-to-be under construction in Paradise Valley. Love the texture and look of it.

DW is considering using a burnt wood cladding for the exterior of a modern house soon-to-be under construction in Paradise Valley. Love the texture and look of it.

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