Timothy Oulton Scorched Coffee Table
“An ancient Japanese art meets modern living”
The Scorched coffee table is inspired by the ancient Japanese technique of Shou-Sugi Ban, which is still used today in modern architecture.
The timber planks are carefully charred by hand, forming a natural protective coating. The process is very time-consuming but results in a visually stunning effect.
The same technique is used in the Scorched dining table, creating a distinctive and authentic charred finish on three-wide planks of ash timber. The rich, satin-black colour highlights the texture of the wood for an immensely tactile experience, offset by the architectural lines of the Dark Bronze frame.