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Remodeling 101: Shou Sugi Ban Torched Lumber: Repeat after us: shou sugi ban. Devised as a way to make wood less susceptible to fire and to keep away insects and rot, this longstanding Japanese method involves torching your building materials.

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from STYLEJUICER

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Ah, how we all love those Swedish Home For Sale that flood our (my!) Pinterest feed and nobody makes them look better than photographer Jonas Berg.

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Burnt Wood Floors- just awesome!

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Use a blow torch to create a duo-tone effect on wood. Lay the torch at such an angle that the flame licks across the surface as you move horizontally. After that, wipe it down with a wet cloth and start the staining process. Assemble the legs and the shelves, place a glass top over it, and you’re done!

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Interieur, zwarthout Shou Sugi Ban#Bois Brulé

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from builddirect.com

Porcelain Tile - Burnt Wood Series

BuildDirect®: Salerno Porcelain Tile - Burnt Wood Series

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Burn pine planks for breakfast bar, as well as pine sideboard (cheaper and can make to make other furniture

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from roomdecorideas.eu

35 Beautiful Wallpaper for Living Room

Redefining Rustic Materials: 6 Modern Log Furniture Makers | Urbanist

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Rustic Wood Coat Rack Towel Rack by Modern Rustic Art. Saw an entire wall done like this; it was amazing!

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The cabinets are re faced with barn wood and he made the cabinet doors with tin and the burnt wood. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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