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wood Finishes

Get to know our custom finishes

Our factory is equipped with professional and specialised machinery which can produce a variety of customised wood finishes to create unique styles. Our dedicated professional onsite designers can adapt our wood to your requirements to satisfy a diversity of design trends.  

For a more detailed overview of each finish, please hover over their respective finishes.

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Antique Finish

Antique Finish

This finish makes the wood weathered and aged, specifically to achieve an antique appearance. The process often requires many steps and is time consuming to achieve. However these pieces are popular design styles and decorative art forms in both residential and commercial scenes. (3)

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Burn Finish

Burn Finish

Also known as shou sugi ban, this finish originated in Japan during the 18th century(1). It is the art of preserving or finishing wood surfaces with fire. This technique brings out distinct and unique ingrain structures of the wood to accentuate its textural beauty.

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Driftwood Finish

Driftwood Finish

This finish utilises natural tones to accentuate wood grains and texture which creates a layered and weathered style. The distinct white grey washed effect imitates aged and century old tones of sun-kissed driftwood and has become a refreshing popular coastal style. 

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Embossed Finish

Embossed Finish

Created using mechanical equipment and moulds, this is an artistic technique that creates etched asymmetrical or irregular design patterns on the wood. The result is a textured surface that obtains the appearance of natural wood patterns etched through generations of aged growth. 

A variation of the Embossed Finish, this technique etches patterns deeper into the wood to create unique raised and more definitive embossings that imitate or accentuate wood grain structure. This achieves a faux aged and mature wood texture and appearance. 

Deep Emboss

Deep Emboss

Recycled Wood Finish

Recycled Wood Finish

Recycled woods are sustainable for the environment and versatile in design to match a number of styles. Its unique natural grain profile creates an organic and humble feel that can be sanded down for a silky smooth texture or chosen to maintain its rough raw form.

Round Sawmark Finish

Round Sawmark Finish

Inspired from the 17th century when sawmills were widely used, the round saw mark finish texturises wood with unique and repetitive patterns of saw markings which enhances the definition and feel of the wood surface. This technique creates a raw, rustic and natural finish which is commonly applied in commercial and residential applications for its unique unprocessed appearance.

White Wash Finish

White Wash Finish

A technique that has stood the test of time since its early uses in Ancient Greece(2)This finish brightens the wood without masking its woodgrain texture creating a clean, light and refreshing rustic appearance that is perfect for a range of styles.

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Wire Brush Finish

Wire Brush Finish

This finish is obtained by scraping the wood with stiff brushes that strip the wood fibres on the surface. The effect creates a grainy and texturised appearance that can also be felt on touch. By exposing the grain texture, this technique emphasises the character and richness of the wood.