Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Charred wood. Get inspired and try out new things.
Using a variety of ground coverings in our gardens not only enables us to break up the space, but also to navigate it more easily.
Haroldo Rodriguez saved to texturas exteriores
Nakamoto Forestry saved to Finished Projects
Shou Sugi Ban DIY: Charred Wood Tutorial for Beginners. Looking for a natural way to preserve wood, that creates a cool organic look? Try charred wood! Burn your wood to preserve it and create an inky finish. Click through to learn how to do shou sugi ban, a Japanese method of charring wood. This charred wood tutorial for beginners requires very few supplies and is easy for anyone to get started! #shousugiban #charredwood #woodburning
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.
A jury of experts chose these contenders to enter the materials library.
Architect Marcelo Tholozan saved to Interiors
with an asymmetrical form angled to frame a view of the sky, adam kane architects' yandoit cabin is a timber cabin home in regional victoria, australia.
Courtney Marshall saved to Menswear
What are the biggest misconceptions about shou sugi ban? This blog breaks down the top 10 myths around Japanese charred wood siding that we hear most often and clears up confusion.
Mark Joyce saved to Shou Sugi Ban / Yakisugi
Shou Sugi Ban siding and paneling can be as unique as the space you are designing or the home you are building. Over 50 options to choose from.
Zuzana Babincová saved to Architecture