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Iridescent Look Aquarelle Wood Furniture

Posted on Feb 23, 2017 by

German designer Meike Harde conceives experimental processes to re-think common manufacturing. Wooden Aquarelle, a colouring technique for wooden surfaces, involves clamping wood panels onto waterproof frames and adding pigmented water. After drying, the panels are varnished, fixing their iridescent-style colouration.

Wooden Aquarelle screen, £2,088, matterofstuff.com

Wooden Aquarelle, a colouring technique for wooden surfaces involves clamping wood panels and adding pigmented water. The Warehouse Home team share 3 of his iridescent style designs.

Wooden Aquarelle, a colouring technique for wooden surfaces involves clamping wood panels and adding pigmented water
Image courtesy of Meike Harde

Wooden Aquarelle nesting tables, £864 for a set of two, matterofstuff.com

The panels are varnished, fixing their iridescent-style colouration. The Warehouse Home team share 3 iridescent style designs.

The panels are varnished, fixing their iridescent-style colouration
Image courtesy of Meike Harde

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