Shou Sugi Ban Furniture, Doors and Walls
Patina Yard charred wood for wall cladding, doors and furniture is a really unique look. Charred wood is Japanese technique known as Shou Sugi Ban which has been used for hundreds of years. The process requires charring of the wood using fire, cooling and carefully cleaning the surface before a topcoat sealer is applied. You will not get any of the charcoal on you as it has been cleaned and sealed. The charred wood has no stain and a water-based topcoat sealer. The charred wood looks great with patina metals and stainless steel for the use of furniture and accent walls with a variety of textures.