Auson Pine Tar vitriol
Auson Pine Tar Vitriol is a thin tar glaze that gives a stylish, modern grey colour. The colour will look brownish at first since to start the pine tar sits on the surface along with the pigment. But even on the first application, it penetrates the wood to protect it from moisture, while the grey pigment remains on the surface.
The end result is a stylish grey colour that blends in with nature and looks after the wood. The Pine tar vitriol contains gum turpentine. You can use the Pine tar vitriol on wood that has previously been treated with iron vitriol.
Nature’s own paint in Denmark
In the Danish village of Skaerbaek is the Wallin family´s house. They are closed to both forest and sea, across the road there is a horse pasture and a gravel road that runs through the older parts of the village.
Nursery school in Tranås
Skogsgläntan [forest glade] is a newly constructed nursery school in Tranås. As the name suggests, the nursery school is situated near the forest and the vision was to build it in harmony with the surroundings with materials that are as natural as possible.
Functionalist house by the sea with the ‘right’ colour
They found Tar vitriol by chance on the internet. Now, the owner of the home Niklas Jacobsson and his family enjoy the fine grey façade of their architect-designed house in Näset.
A house in a forest by a lake
In Riddarebo, just west of Borås, there is a house in a forest by a lake. The owners wanted a small, open-plan house, finally opting for a prefabricated house from A-hus.
Pine Tar Vitriol Linked Houses Nyköping
In Norra Arnö, a Nyköping neighbourhood undergoing rapid development, developer Maison Forte has recently completed seventeen very special linked houses, all painted with Auson Pine Tar Vitriol.
Maja’s mountain cabin
This cosy log cabin is located in Kittelfjäll, which is a unique location in the Västerbotten mountains. Beautiful views, peace and quiet, and a real mountain environment.
A grey mountain cabin that brings back memories
Lisa Lind has a charming log cabin in the middle of Kittelfjäll ski resort in Västerbotten that she built herself based on her father’s sketches.
The house in the buttercup field
Olivia and Tobias Gustafsson live in a newly built Rörvikshus house outside Jönköping. The house is near the forest in an old buttercup field. It almost sounds like a dream.