Share on Facebook Tweet Comment We were absolutely fascinated by how Danish designer Pernille Snedker Hansen of Snedker studio creates these vibrant patterns using only a water tub, paint and pieces of wood. By reinterpreting an old marbling technique, the artist decorates wood like no other, resulting in unique flooring ideas or even decorative wooden walls. Creativity and color go hand in hand, resulting in what could be the most functional art piece in the room.
Share on Facebook Tweet Comment According to the designer, the pieces in the Marbelous Wood collection “reinterpret this classic domestic feature of Scandinavian flooring with vibrating colors across the wood’s surface. It’s an old marbling technique, borrowed from manufacturing process of old book covers. Refraction of the light and colors though the prism is the inspiration, which dictates the form of the parquet, as well as the applied pattern to each section of the nascent floor.” Be sure to check out the video at the end of the post and see how the pieces are created. Share on Facebook Tweet Comment Share on Facebook Tweet Comment Share on Facebook Tweet Comment Share on Facebook Tweet Comment Share on Facebook Tweet Comment