The Japanese technique of preserving/antiquing wood called shou-sugi-ban is used to develop Chroma wood panels, available from Architectural Systems Inc.

Artisanal charred woods use traditional Japanese flame finishing

The Japanese technique of preserving/antiquing wood called shou-sugi-ban is used to develop Chroma wood panels, available from Architectural Systems Inc.

This is basically what I'm thinking... An antique fireplace mantle with either tile or brick in a herringbone pattern like this, but all elevated. It will be FAB

This is basically what I'm thinking... An antique fireplace mantle with either tile or brick in a herringbone pattern like this, but all elevated. It will be FAB

Making Wood Last With Fire, Not Paint: A Japanese Technique --- Today Shou Sugi Ban is an environmentally friendly way to preserve timber and (paradoxically) make it fire-resistant. Chemical preservatives, paints, and retardants are therefore unnecessary. In addition to exterior uses, the popular technique is now found in interior rooms, furniture, and artwork.

Making Wood Last With Fire, Not Paint: A Japanese Technique --- Today Shou Sugi Ban is an environmentally friendly way to preserve timber and (paradoxically) make it fire-resistant. Chemical preservatives, paints, and retardants are therefore unnecessary. In addition to exterior uses, the popular technique is now found in interior rooms, furniture, and artwork.

Antique wood furniture by adding layers of paint and stain to achieve a grunge patina. Distress it by removing finish to simulate years of wear.

How to Distress Furniture - DIY Antique Look

Antique wood furniture by adding layers of paint and stain to achieve a grunge patina. Distress it by removing finish to simulate years of wear.

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