Charred wood door - shou-sugi-ban method (blowtorch) - Uno Tomoaki

Burned wood (shou-sugi-ban method -blowtorch) + Door handle detail by Uno…

Maxima 2.2 _ Glass Acidato Ash Rovere Cereal The more than 80 finishes paired to the systems of openness and the ante sagomate make maxima 2.2 a unique project and transversal _ product from Cesar Kitchen http://www.domusweb.it/…/product.15244.maxima-22-vetro-acid…

Etched glass and oak fitted kitchen with island MAXIMA - COMPOSITION 3 by Cesar Arredamenti design Gian Vittorio Plazzogna

DIY kitchen storage solutions can totally transform your kitchen if done right! Storing baking pans and sheets vertically versus stacking them is like the difference between filing and piling paper. They're so much easier to access when stored vertically, so if you have a lot of baking pans, try this hack.

These Cabinet Hacks Seriously Increased My Kitchen Storage

Lakefront Austin home by Aamodt Plumb Architects is split into two wings - Traditional Japanese burning techniques were applied to the wood panels inside this house.

Aamodt Plumb Architects has completed a family house in Austin, Texas, with white stucco and burnt wood walls

La technique du bois brûlé ou Shou Sugi Ban || Lakefront Austin home par Aamodt Plumb Architects

La technique Shou Sugi Ban, la beauté du bois brûlé

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