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Divine Renaissance Cedar Shou Sugi Ban

Referred to the ancient Japanese tradition consisting of charring the exposed surface thus creating a durable exterior burnt surface, our Divine Renaissance Cedar Shou Sugi Ban charred wood is used for interior paneling and Exterior Siding. We heavily burn the surface and brush off the soft layer, leaving a beautiful combination of char and deep exposed grain with dark brown hues. We then coat the surface with a sealer. The look is unique with its heavy raised knots and rich character.

All our orders are custom made. Please call us to discuss options, and see our “specifications” tab below for standard options.


Our Divine Renaissance Cedar Shou Sugi Ban wood makes for an exquisite interior charred wood paneling and Exterior siding. In the house, cottage, or any commercial project, this beautiful and unique cedar product reveals a deep grain and texture, while the result is a truly beautiful modern look, at its finest.

Offered in many colors such as white, red, blue, deep charred and brushed natural, as well as in 3 different species: cedar, hemlock and Douglas fir. We are constantly developing new colors!

WIDTH: 5'', 6'', 8''
LENGTH: 8' - 16'
THICKNESS: 5/8'', 3/4'
MILLING: Ship lap standard, other profiles available upon request
FINISH: Sealed with high quality modified oil

We recommend installation by a qualified professional contractor. Although our wood is kiln dried for maximum stability, all wood must be acclimated in the space where it will be installed prior to being installed. The acclimation time varies in different geographic locations, however 1 – 2 weeks is recommended.

Product Installation

Veser Antique Woods cannot and does not take any responsibility for installation issues or problems resulting from installation of any Veser Antique Woods products. This means that you accept full responsibility for such issues which can include lost labor, removal labor, reinstallation labor and/or materials for any reason including the following:

  • Failure to properly inspect and reject material prior to installation.

  • Failure to use a licensed contractor.