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Repurposed wood with an old marbling technique, giving it a supernatural, organic, colorful and vibrant pattern.

holy shit The marbling patterns are the result of color freely floated on either plain water or a viscous solution and then carefully transferred to the absorbent wood surface - "Marbelous Wood" flooring by Pernille Snedker Hansen - photo Snedker Studio

<p>Written by Indre Blauzdziunaite   A water bath, some colours and pieces of wood is all that it takes Pernille Snedker Hansen to create this magic for the feet. And a good fantasy of course. &n

Marbelous Wood by Snedker Studio

End-grain Flooring. This is stunning! love the organic curve of the lines and 'mosaicness' of the flooring. lines

End-grain Flooring. Organic curve of the lines and 'mosaicness' of the flooring lines.

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I love the seats of these barstools. A Sunday River mountain house with cut log stools.

Reviving the traditional craft of marbling, Snedker Studio works to enhance the visual phenomena in nature like structures of wood, grain, patterns of growth by experimenting with techniques to imitate and magnify nature.

Using an almost forgotten technique originally used for marbling paper, Pernille Snedker Hansen has been marbling wood! Photo via snedkerstudio.

currently coveting: art works on paper

Marbelous wood // natural wood with a bit of color. Snedker Studio is all about updating Nordic wood floors with the forgotten technique of marbling. The effect is gorgeous.

sflores2010:   #FESTIM TOSHI #texture #wall #wood - ElemenoP

wood wall detail - what this was done with all the scraps of foam? Sure would catch light neat

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