Charred Cedar is a photograph of exactly that – we took a blowtorch to some cedar and built it into a repeat-free wallpaper. This wood preservation technique, shou sugi ban, has been used in Japan centuries to greatly extend the life of cedar siding. The finish depends on the extent of the exposure to fire and appears to shimmer from white to black depending on sunlight and can look like a dark stain or have a surface texture similar to alligator skin. Charred Cedar is printed in house with water based ink on a PVC-free, pre-pasted, easily installed/removable with water wallpaper. Also available in other materials – just give us a shout.