Funky Marbleous wood floors look like marble
Snedker Studio of Denmark has a new version of her and this variant is called “Refraction”. The pattern is inspired by the refraction of light through a prism – and it’s certainly mesmerizing, is not it? We can hardly stop staring at the zigzags! And the colors almost seem to swing across the floor. The paint is dropped onto the water surface (see below), which is a natural prism, and then transferred to the wood by dipping the pine boards into the water. They are then sealed with UV coating. The boards are made one by one, no two pieces are the same (they are made to order). This custom technique is called “Suminagashi” and is an old Japanese method that was newly developed by Snedker. You can also use these wonderful floor tiles on the wall. But no matter where you put them, be prepared for people to actually stop and stare as they are visually drawn into the design!
This lively design looks like it moves!
The patterns are made according to the ancient Japanese technique Suminagashi.