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Japanese technique of preserving/antiquing wood

Japanese technique of preserving/antiquing wood

Japanese technique of preserving/antiquing wood - 80 year life and fireproof Burning wood for a design

Not so long ago we wrote about the beautiful river- and lake-like desks by Greg Klassen, and today we have a similar but not less stunning layered glass table design by Duffy London - the Abyss table, which is created in a way that mimics the depths of the oceans. This unique table uses multiple layers of stacked glass and wood, completing the table as a three-dimensional representation of a geological map.:

Greg Klassen the Abyss table, which is created in a way that mimics the depths of the oceans. This unique table uses multiple layers of stacked glass and wood, completing the table as a three-dimensional representation of a geological map.

Small Workshop Storage Solutions: Eke out every cubic inch of storage in a basement shop with pivoting boxes that hang between the ceiling joists. http://www.familyhandyman.com/workshop/storage/small-workshop-storage-solutions/view-all

Small Workshop Storage Solutions

Small Workshop Storage Solutions: Eke out every cubic inch of storage in a basement shop with pivoting boxes that hang between the ceiling joists. This is so clever, and easy to add into the basement renos.

Making Wood Last With Fire, Not Paint: A Japanese Technique --- Today Shou Sugi Ban is an environmentally friendly way to preserve timber and (paradoxically) make it fire-resistant. Chemical preservatives, paints, and retardants are therefore unnecessary. In addition to exterior uses, the popular technique is now found in interior rooms, furniture, and artwork.

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Making Wood Last With Fire, Not Paint: A Japanese Technique --- Today Shou Sugi Ban is an environmentally friendly way to preserve timber and (paradoxically) make it fire-resistant. Chemical preservatives, paints, and retardants are therefore unnecessary.

Yamaguchi Platform Bed Frame – Honey Oak by TatamiRoom. More Woodworking Projects on www.woodworkerz.com

The Yamaguchi Platform Bed Frame in Honey Oak - This Japanese style platform bed is constructed with interlocking frames that requires no brackets or screws for easy assembly. Absolutely love the concept here, I will totally have this in my house.

Beautiful burnt cedar shou-sugi-ban panels in Austin TX home, by Aamodt Plumb Architects. Via dezeen.com.

Lakefront Austin house by Aamodt Plumb Architects

If you have an interest in Japanese joinery or joinery in general, then I would like to point you to an article series by John Bullar.  Mr. Bullar is writing this article series about Japanese join…

If you have an interest in Japanese joinery or joinery in general, then I would like to point you to an article series by John Bullar. Bullar is writing this article series about Japanese join… Más

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