'Wooden Aquarelle' employs a special method to colour bare wood. When poured on wooden surfaces, liquid pigments flow randomly creating color gradients, transitioning into other hues. The results are soothingly ethereal panels that the designer used to construct furniture.
First, a wooden panel gets clamped into a waterproof frame in preparation for the pigmented water to get poured onto it. The pigmented water both soaks in and evaporates, leaving behind a panel of colored wood that gets varnished. After that, the panels can be used for a variety of uses, like wall panels, furniture, and floor tiles.