There are various types of burned wood and each has a unique personality. Discover our products and see how you can integrate them in your interior and exterior design!
Netsu, which means „heat” in Japanese, is the first burn degree that we apply to our wooden plaques. The result translates into swirling shades of honey and caramel that will give your space a warm touch.
Hono, which is the Japanese word for „flame” is the second burn degree that we apply to our wooden plaques. This treatment turns our wooden panels into true masters! The knots are emphasized and the wood nerves become radiant flames that give your interior space a refined and elegant look.
Kasai, or „fire” in Japanese is the third burn degree we apply to our wooden plaques. We offer you three different dimensions for this type of burned wood. The light falls upon this new playground and, as the day passes, you’ll notice your wall changing. Caramel turns to brown then black, bringing a masculine and elegant touch to your space.
Sekitan, which means „charcoal” in Japanese, is the last burn degree that we apply to our wooden plaques. It includes the entire nobility of Shou Sugi Ban’s transformation. What defines the Sekitan finish is its deep dark aspect and, at the same time, its ability to create ashy reflections, turning this type of wood into a modern and unique decorative element.
Did you find the perfect type of wood for your project? We invite you to look for inspiration in our portofolio and find the perfect use for your wood of choice!