Shou-sugi-ban (Burnt Wood Siding)
 

Shou-sugi-ban (Burnt Wood Siding)

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http://deltamillworks.com

What Houzz contributors are saying:

John Hill added this to Exterior Materials: Texture Talk
The wood version of weathering steel (the oxidization of steel to provide a protective barrier) is the Japanese tradition of shou-sugi-ban. Burning cedar or some other wood gives it a charcoal barrier that is rot and fire resistant ... and very distinctive looking.
This handsome and powerful cladding has gained global appeal, with the treatment being applied to a wide variety of wood. While any species can be charred, the resulting appearance will vary. A softwood, like the Japanese sugi (cypress), has prominent growth rings that result in a highly textured surface, whereas charring hardwood leads to an evenly blackened surface.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

skjak added this to Quirky Ideas
December 3, 2014
charred cedar
campkristin added this to Charred Wood
October 26, 2014
they sell the wood
wynelleu added this to Exterior, yard & garden
July 31, 2014
Shou sugi ban - non chemical fire retardant methods - pre-fired cedar siding
premanup added this to Skarkall
July 28, 2014
Wood treatment
jeanjeannie added this to jeanjeannie's ideas
July 14, 2014
charred wood looks great
cwlodarek added this to cwlodarek's ideas
June 30, 2014
charred
tanfarmer added this to Falon's House Ideas
June 17, 2014
Wow!!
afrocleland added this to Exterior Ideas
May 20, 2014
Would be nice done to larch. Possibly not on every piece.
pepona38 added this to ALHELI
April 24, 2014
CHARRED WOOD 7
chris juneau added this to junobuilt's ideas
March 9, 2014
West
ashleydartnell added this to Exterior Ideas
January 31, 2014
shou sugi ban siding
Rochelle Fletcher added this to kadenwood lot 40
January 12, 2014
charred siding
hardman888 added this to Colors & Materials
November 24, 2013
The wood version of weathering steel (the oxidization of steel to provide a protective barrier) is the Japanese tradition of shou-sugi-ban. Burning cedar or some other wood gives it a charcoal barrier that is rot and fire resistant ... and very distinctive looking.
pekouri added this to backyard
September 22, 2013
For the shed
darlene9 added this to darlene9's ideas
September 18, 2013
charred siding-I wish I would have done this at the cabin
Kensington Construction added this to Exteriors
August 7, 2013
Interesting effect
buenja added this to buenja's Ideas
July 31, 2013
Carbon
4linguinito added this to keepers
July 24, 2013
Wow very wabi sabi
demoy59 added this to demoy59's Ideas
July 13, 2013
Burnt cedar
anitabauer added this to anitabauer's Ideas
July 13, 2013
Japanese burned wood exterior
Heather Krakora added this to studio
July 1, 2013
Great info. So wish I did not like this.
joshjulie added this to joshjulie's ideas
June 5, 2013
charred black wood
Barry Richardson added this to LitriaBook
June 3, 2013
Carbonized wood
Candent Design added this to Kitsy
May 29, 2013
weathered steel
arthaus1000 added this to Exterior Ideas
May 13, 2013
texture
bfarnquist added this to house interior concept
April 28, 2013
like the charred look on wood
Elisa Sepulveda added this to Indoor projects
March 20, 2013
Judy Blackburn added this to judy_blackburn's EXT Charred Siding
March 17, 2013
Process 4. This handsome and powerful cladding has gained global appeal, with the treatment being applied to a wide variety of wood. While any species can be charred, the resulting appearance will vary. A softwood, like the Japanese sugi (cypress), has prominent growth rings that result in a highly textured surface, whereas charring hardwood leads to an evenly blackened surface.
kacoon added this to kacoon's ideas
March 17, 2013
Burned siding
Tanya McCarty added this to tanya_mccarty's ideas
March 17, 2013
charring hardwood
jaysen_mccleary added this to Basement remodel
March 12, 2013
lounge wood or ceiling wood
Show To Sell LLC added this to dgrantshowtosell's ideas
March 2, 2013
Wood
13tdleonard added this to 13tdleonard's Ideas
February 13, 2013
Different types of lining and different directions that's why it's variety
svdolgopolov added this to svdolgopolov's ideas
February 2, 2013
burned wood for the front hall wall
lynnkatsis added this to lynnkatsis ideas
January 2, 2013
charred cypress Japanese "Sugi"
flashyqueenie added this to flashyqueenie's Ideas
January 2, 2013
Japanese wood charr as house siding
irka added this to irka's ideas
January 2, 2013
interesting siding
hoekman added this to hoekman's ideas
December 27, 2012
STYLE
martinjones1963 added this to martinjones1963's Favorites
December 26, 2012
charred wood siding
Jeff Miller added this to jeff_miller's ideas
November 30, 2012
rad siding treatment
ekimh added this to exterior
October 29, 2012
Burning cedar or some other wood gives it a charcoal barrier that is rot and fire resistant .
shespian added this to Exterior
October 25, 2012
Shou-sugi-ban.
The Frugal Parisian added this to eeh1's ideas
September 30, 2012
Japanese burnt wood technique
tl098073 added this to siding,floors,walls, etc...
September 26, 2012
siding
gtallerino added this to gtallerino's ideas
August 12, 2012
Charred wood. Love it with a waxor shiny coating.
luckyjstar added this to luckyjstar's Ideas
August 12, 2012
Same shu shui
Molly added this to mmcbirney's Favorites
July 25, 2012
Shou-Sugi-Ban close up
amypfaffman added this to exterior
July 22, 2012
charred wood siding
suznabq added this to suznabq's Favorites
July 21, 2012
Idea for porch covers instead of steel beams
elegantdebra added this to RACE ROOM
July 21, 2012
burnt wood
jcdoyle added this to jcdoyle's ideas
July 16, 2012
This handsome and powerful cladding has gained global appeal, with the treatment being applied to a wide variety of wood. While any species can be charred, the resulting appearance will vary. A softwood, like the Japanese sugi (cypress), has prominent growth rings that result in a highly textured surface, whereas charring hardwood leads to an evenly blackened surface.
brgy23 added this to brgy23's ideas
July 9, 2012
Charred walling
boomchick added this to boomchick's Favorites
July 9, 2012
Cool
brandybrat added this to outdoors
July 8, 2012
The wood version of weathering steel (the oxidization of steel to provide a protective barrier) is the Japanese tradition of shou-sugi-ban. Burning cedar or some other wood gives it a charcoal barrier that is rot and fire resistant ... and very distinctive looking.
rrpollack added this to rrpollack's ideas
July 1, 2012
handsome. love that it needs no care
Paul Warner added this to siding
June 27, 2012
shou sugi-ban (high toast)
marsharebel added this to MATERIALS
June 26, 2012
This handsome and powerful cladding has gained global appeal, with the treatment being applied to a wide variety of wood. While any species can be charred, the resulting appearance will vary. A softwood, like the Japanese sugi (cypress), has prominent growth rings that result in a highly textured surface, whereas charring hardwood leads to an evenly blackened surface.
barko78 added this to barko78's ideas
June 24, 2012
charred
esherpa added this to esherpa's ideas
June 21, 2012
This handsome and powerful cladding has gained global appeal, with the treatment being applied to a wide variety of wood. While any species can be charred, the resulting appearance will vary. A softwood, like the Japanese sugi (cypress), has prominent growth rings that result in a highly textured surface, whereas charring hardwood leads to an evenly blackened surface.
aleg added this to aleg's ideas
June 20, 2012
burnt wood
canutito added this to canutito's ideas
June 20, 2012
PIEDRA FUENTE
lindaraeclark added this to lindaraeclark's ideas
June 20, 2012
close up of charred wood
freerange810 added this to Siding
June 20, 2012
Charring process #4
pamela1953 added this to textures
June 20, 2012
This handsome and powerful cladding has gained global appeal, with the treatment being applied to a wide variety of wood. While any species can be charred, the resulting appearance will vary. A softwood, like the Japanese sugi (cypress), has prominent growth rings that result in a highly textured surface, whereas charring hardwood leads to an evenly blackened surface.
skdiddy added this to skdiddy's ideas
June 20, 2012
Looks really cool, would like it on the added on portions of my home.
aosborn added this to 709 El Viejo
June 20, 2012
MORE SCORCHED WOOD
alberthopper added this to materials
June 20, 2012
This handsome and powerful cladding has gained global appeal, with the treatment being applied to a wide variety of wood. While any species can be charred, the resulting appearance will vary. A softwood, like the Japanese sugi (cypress), has prominent growth rings that result in a highly textured surface, whereas charring hardwood leads to an evenly blackened surface.
Mary Mayo Design added this to The Next Step
June 20, 2012
Shou-Sugi-Ban
ninjapreto added this to House outside
June 20, 2012
Shou-Sugi-Ban
Groupe conseil Artcad added this to cour arrière Nat
June 20, 2012
look
Shannon Sterne added this to ssterne's ideas
June 20, 2012
charred wood
Streeter & Associates, Inc. added this to Siding
June 20, 2012
Close up Chared siding
echostars added this to echostars's ideas
June 20, 2012
step 4
mjbahna added this to mjbahna's Favorites
June 20, 2012
Pali deck strong walls
hannpie added this to Cool ideas
June 20, 2012
This handsome and powerful cladding has gained global appeal, with the treatment being applied to a wide variety of wood. While any species can be charred, the resulting appearance will vary. A softwood, like the Japanese sugi (cypress), has prominent growth rings that result in a highly textured surface, whereas charring hardwood leads to an evenly blackened surface.
lotushaus added this to venue ideas
June 19, 2012
Shou Sugi ban siding
audry added this to fasade
June 19, 2012
ožgana fasada brez vzdrževanja
perezanac added this to perezanac's Ideas
June 17, 2012
Charred
Veronica Santorum added this to veronica_santorum's ideas
June 14, 2012
Strange snakeskin quality
alynn_miles added this to exterior finishes
May 14, 2012
Shou-sugi-ban, burnt wood
Seth Pearsoll added this to Outside
May 13, 2012
Burnt wood
tayloe added this to exterior
May 6, 2012
japanese tradition of shousugi ban. burning cedar charcoal barrier that is rot proof
wooddr123 added this to wooddr123's ideas
April 28, 2012
cool but maybe too much like my job
crystalmae added this to Future Building Ideas
April 25, 2012
charred
sfrapp added this to sfrapp's ideas
April 23, 2012
Very cool and distinctive
amakin added this to Texture
April 22, 2012
Fire char creates texture - fire and rot resistant
ibansan added this to ibansan's Favorites
April 16, 2012
Shou sugi ban
pringles added this to ideas to borrow
April 15, 2012
The wood version of weathering steel (the oxidization of steel to provide a protective barrier) is the Japanese tradition of shou-sugi-ban. Burning cedar or some other wood gives it a charcoal barrier that is rot and fire resistant ... and very distinctive looking.
saralynne added this to saralynne's ideas
April 13, 2012
here's the japanese burnt wood thang
kmusiala added this to kmusiala's ideas
April 11, 2012
fireproof!
sharonniaky added this to sharonniaky's ideas
April 11, 2012
burnt wood
Ana T Rico Knapp added this to Materials
April 11, 2012
SHou-sugi-ban charcoal technique
Graham added this to grumblenz's ideas
April 11, 2012
The wood version of weathering steel (the oxidization of steel to provide a protective barrier) is the Japanese tradition of shou-sugi-ban.
Fine Art & Portraits by Laurel added this to residential exteriors
April 11, 2012
gorgeous deliberately burned wood
Hoien Const. Services LLC added this to ideas modernist
April 10, 2012
The wood version of weathering steel (the oxidization of steel to provide a protective barrier) is the Japanese tradition of shou-sugi-ban. Burning cedar or some other wood gives it a charcoal barrier that is rot and fire resistant ... and very distinctive looking.
ishtar added this to house general
March 19, 2012
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