Ancient Firwood First patina
In a prefinished or solid version, the covering in ancient firwood, first patina, is obtained from the ancient plank once used as a wall pannelling or as a floor.
The thickness can vary from 18 to 20 mm and the recommended finishing is with raw effect water paint. Natural oil or resin finishing are also possible.
Ancient Firwood First patina from beam slices
The covering in ancient firwood from beam slices is a particular coating, available in prefinished or solid versions, whose wood is obtained from the outer slices of the beams. Its peculiarity is the important cracking and the material aspect due to the workings of a time, usually with axe. The recommended finishinig is with raw effect water paint, but the natural oil finishing is also available.
Ancient Firwood in First patina from old barns planks
Such ancient firwood covering, available in pre-finished and solid versions, is made by recovering the external cladding boards of the ancient tabià, which, depending on the exposure of the facade, took on different shades, from brown to grey to black. This covering can be kept in the original color, or slightly brushed to highlight the grain. The recommended finishing is with raw effect water paint, but the natural oil finishing is also available.
Ancient Firwood Second patina
The covering in ancient firwood, second patina, is obtained from the internal cut of the boards, available in pre-finished and solid versions. The available finishing are with raw effect, water paint, or natural oil effect.