Shou sugi ban is the traditional Japanese process of charring wood to produce deep, silvery tones. The process is painstakingly intricate – using reclaimed pieces, our expert craftsmen produce simple planks, geometric squares or more complex circular designs. The results are statement masterpieces.
With a uniform charred tone and varying textures, agate’s chequered flooring has an undeniable presence. Its bold charred colour makes way for the elm’s visible grain and knots for a fresh addition to any contemporary space.
The dark charred look of this oak walling creates a distinguished contemporary look, especially as wall cladding. The unique effect created by burning the oak produces a unique and modern feel.
Create stunning circular designs using these antique elm panels. The distinctive silvery-black tones are softened by the gentle curves of the panel, producing a subtle effect with the natural markings and knots just visible beneath the blackened surface.
Squared panels combine a silvery-black finish with a traditional design for a floor that’s striking and full of character. Hornblende’s charred layer, inspired by japanese techniques, is a natural way to ensure an enduring, toxin-free finish.
French and Japanese tradition are blended to striking effect in this panel. Blackened elm, with its characteristic grain and knots, provides a modern update to a classic design, and a fresh addition to any contemporary space.
Long slimline planks combine with the dark charred look of this natural oiled Elm for a distinguished contemporary look. Silvery overtones enhance the natural grain of the Elm, creating a cutting-edge look for interior spaces.
Onyx offers modern simplicity married with a centuries old technique japanese method of preserving wood. These blackened super prime oak planks create a unique and modern feel in any contemporary space.