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Japanese Influenced Shou Sugi Ban House Provides A Wellness

This Japanese Influenced Shou Sugi Ban House Provides A Wellness image has 20 dominated colors, which include basalt grey, smoked purple, rebecca purple, wisp, black, woodgrain, cerebral grey, beasty brown, purple ink, duck tail, red blood, safety orange, winter sunset, white, sunglow, heartfelt, vitamin c, lizard belly, yellow, ou crimson red. You can find more image with different color combinations in Japanese Coastal Houses topic.

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Color Information Shades
Sunset Orange
  • Name: Basalt Grey
  • Hex: #999999
  • RGB: rgba(153,153,153,1)
Sunset Orange
  • Name: Smoked Purple
  • Hex: #424153
  • RGB: rgba(66,65,83,1)
Sunset Orange
  • Name: Rebecca Purple
  • Hex: #663399
  • RGB: rgba(102,51,153,1)
Sunset Orange
  • Name: Wisp
  • Hex: #abbcda
  • RGB: rgba(171,188,218,1)
Sunset Orange
  • Name: Black
  • Hex: #000000
  • RGB: rgba(0,0,0,1)
Sunset Orange
  • Name: Woodgrain
  • Hex: #996633
  • RGB: rgba(153,102,51,1)
Sunset Orange
  • Name: Cerebral Grey
  • Hex: #cccccc
  • RGB: rgba(204,204,204,1)
Sunset Orange
  • Name: Beasty Brown
  • Hex: #663300
  • RGB: rgba(102,51,0,1)
Sunset Orange
  • Name: Purple Ink
  • Hex: #993399
  • RGB: rgba(153,51,153,1)
Sunset Orange
  • Name: Duck Tail
  • Hex: #e7d8b1
  • RGB: rgba(231,216,177,1)
Color Information Shades
Sunset Orange
  • Name: Red Blood
  • Hex: #660000
  • RGB: rgba(102,0,0,1)
Sunset Orange
  • Name: Safety Orange
  • Hex: #ff6600
  • RGB: rgba(255,102,0,1)
Sunset Orange
  • Name: Winter Sunset
  • Hex: #cc6633
  • RGB: rgba(204,102,51,1)
Sunset Orange
  • Name: White
  • Hex: #ffffff
  • RGB: rgba(255,255,255,1)
Sunset Orange
  • Name: Sunglow
  • Hex: #ffcc33
  • RGB: rgba(255,204,51,1)
Sunset Orange
  • Name: Heartfelt
  • Hex: #fdadc7
  • RGB: rgba(253,173,199,1)
Sunset Orange
  • Name: Vitamin C
  • Hex: #ff9900
  • RGB: rgba(255,153,0,1)
Sunset Orange
  • Name: Lizard Belly
  • Hex: #cccc33
  • RGB: rgba(204,204,51,1)
Sunset Orange
  • Name: Yellow
  • Hex: #ffff00
  • RGB: rgba(255,255,0,1)
Sunset Orange
  • Name: OU Crimson Red
  • Hex: #990000
  • RGB: rgba(153,0,0,1)

About the Photo

Using Shou Sugi Ban to Make an Interesting Coffee Table: I was researching different ideas for a deck in my back yard and found some interesting decking patterns on the internet, then stumbled across this video about the ancient japanese finishing technique call Shou Sugi Ban, which involves burning an.

Burnt Wood French Flag - Shou Sugi Ban Wood Flag - Rustic Wall Decor - Cottage Wall Decor - French Decor This stunning Shou Sugi Ban Burnt Wood French Flag is truly unique. The flag is made of burnt cedar planks (Shou Sugi Ban) and would be perfect for the cottage or a man cave that can use a pop.

Shou sugi ban is an ancient Japanese technique for waterproofing and preserving wood. It involves charring the wood surface until it turns jet black. While shou sugi ban originated for the purpose of weatherproofing wood, it has recently become popular as a rustic, textural design element inside the home.

Use This Incredible Technique to Waterproof Wood Furniture. . to learn how shou sugi ban is done. (Though not Japanese, . Do Not Sell My Personal Information Architectural Digest may earn a .

How to Burn & Stain Wood Aka Shou Sugi Ban: Check out the video for further details, and please subscribe to my YouTube channel if you like what you see. Thanks.Shou Sugi Ban is a Japanese technique, that dates back to the 18th century, for preserving wood. The process is specifically meant.

92 square foot SIP panel, modular, backyard office. Shou-Sugi-Ban wood siding and Monotread wall sheathing. Burned-wood or charred-wood siding, Shou-Sugi-Ban is Japanese wood treatment used in various elements throughout Sett – interior and exterior.

Shou sugi ban kitchen table, modern rustic, farmhouse, reclaimed, salvaged

How to Shou Sugi Ban cedar furniture. Demonstration on a cedar table.

SHOU SUGI BAN Shou Sugi Ban is an ancient technique for preserving wood that originated in Japan centuries ago. The process involves burning, cooling, and brushing wood to give it a distinctive charred appearance and increase its resistance to rot, pests, fire, and weathering.

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