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Charred Wood

Charred Larch. So beautiful and practical. From Russwood in Scotland. Sigh

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Charred Larch Wood Cladding · Russwood Timber

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a thin layer of charcoal protects from bugs, weather, fire. also brings out the grain and knots, gives a nice sheen and unifies every detail into black

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Samples of shou sugi ban - Japanese method of burning wood to make it fire-resistant.

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dust db | custom door hardware in the shou sugi ban walls at the tucson mountain retreat

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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

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from Woodworking Network

Burning Lumber as a Finishing Technique

Wood with a charred finish is bang on-trend.

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from Interior Design

8 of the Most Inventive New Materials From the MCX Library

charred wood, resistant to rot, insects, and flame, zwarthout.

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SHOU SUGI BAN colors charred wood

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

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