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The recipe here is a combination of recycled, reclaimed wood plus Shou Sugi Ban (wood charring technique.) This ancient method was observed and admired while living and working in S.E. Asia and now being applied locally in NE Florida. We love the natural appeal in various applications, learn more below.
Each specialty created piece will keep your eyes wondering in it's carbon-black, texture-rich surfaces. The beautiful flow of woodgrain is highlighted in all it's glory. Japanese Shou Sugi Ban or Yakisugi wood-charring technique is a proven, natural style of wood preservation. Via the blackening process, longevity of the wood is strengthened and lessens the chance of failure by encapsulating the piece in a carbon layer, then coated and sealed with a natural oil. This additionally minimizes and prevents mold, rot, insect infestation, sun damage and the need to seal, stain or paint for it's lifetime. We love it, you and yours will too.
Up to 96" if shipped nationwide
Up to 120" if local, NE Florida
Use Shou Sugi Ban for floating shelves, bookshelves, countertops, bar tops, custom bathrooms or sinks, mantles, barn doors, loft door, railing, molding, coat racks, benches, barstools, artisan wood sliding ladder, key rack, workbench, siding, outdoor showers, decks, outdoor kitchens, bbq stations, fences, garden boxes, shutters, window frames, gates, seating and more.
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Check out this Japanese style charred wood bench, sealed and ready to use without the chance of rubbing off on your clothes.