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lvtd Design Jan 9
Putting the finishing touches on our dudes new HQ spyder_construction. Shou Sugi Ban White Ash bag ass conference table with integrated power.
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CWM_Woodcraft 3h
All part of the process.....
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Nakamoto Forestry Sep 24
The Small Wooden Pavilion by MQ Architecture is one of our favorite projects to date, combining gorgeous modern design with our Gendai yakisugi. See the full project photos and info at
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Bora Tool Mar 1
Anyone else want a torch this big after seeing this video? 🙋‍♂️ 📸@jonbeercontracting
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Jarrett Sullivan, The Dapper DM Feb 29
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Greg Thomas Sep 22
Just finished up this succulent planter/candle holder in a white wash pickling color.
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IndustrialRevolution May 22
Shou Sugi Ban & Finneys Hard Wax Oil. Match made in workshop heaven 😉
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Shalini / शालिनी 16h
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Nakamoto Forestry Europe Sep 23
This stunning residential guest house features our Yakisugi Suyaki siding with traditional semi-transparent oil stain finish to contrast with the white main house. For more details visit
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AffinityTool Jan 20
If you've been wanting to try Shou Sugi Ban, this cold weather makes it the perfect time to try! Even if you don't have a big torch like this one, it's a great way to keep creating in the winter without totally freezing. 📸 @derelictkustoms
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Brandon De Pillis Nov 24
Solid oak buffet. Clear oak doors contrast beautifully with charred top and side panels (done in Shou Sugi Ban style that seals the wood) 4 drawers left to build.
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Philip Shie, DO Dec 12
Have to admit, this was scary the first time I did it
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Gary Rich Jul 1
More Larch cladding getting charred on site today.
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Brad Nailers Jun 2
on a lighter note, time to get to work.
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Wingard Wearables Co Sep 8
From August, vibes in the Empress tucked in my swimming trucks. Wood is good when you treat it right.
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Chad A. Lehrmann Apr 11
Made a tray using pine lumber, drawer handles and used my new favorite technique- . It’s just using a blowtorch to bring out the natural grain. It’s up on my right now! $40 plus shipping.
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Phil Pond Jun 1
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TDCA Feb 10
TDCA Calendar: February is The Charred Barn from featuring and western red cedar . The black effect is a modern application of the Japanese art of . Architects Read more...
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Extreme How-To Apr 25
Charred Wood for Home Decor - Make Decorative Wood Pieces using Shou Sugi Ban-inspired Charring Techniques
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@Jackie.Ing'airu🇰🇪 Jun 22
Of Wooden trunks, trays and upcycled bottles. Made for for Check out on Facebook Jaxx Glass Art and on Instagram @jaxxglassart
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