LARCH TREE BARK
LARCH BARK PICTURES, WALLS AND CEILINGS
In ancient times, the larch was considered a „sacred tree“ in both faith and tradition. Until into modern times it was believed that they existed protection against evil, like witches or fire.
Larch wood has been a popular material for house building for a long time – not only in mountain regions. Its high resin content makes it particularly wind- and weatherproof. This is why it is very often used in the form of roof shingles.
The bark of European larches is popular for a very special interior design. The up to 100 mm thick bark has an earthy reddish-brown character and is interspersed with deep ruts.
Carefully removed from trees (intended for furniture and house construction) and applied to plywood panels, it impresses with its unique appearance.
In this form, it lends rooms with a clear design a natural antipole, thanks to the warmth and radiance of the untreated surfaces. This creates an extremely calming effect with a naturally forest scent experience.