A great thermochromic finish is an interesting thing to find– and though it sounds really hi-tech, this Jay Watson dining furniture is just covered in a heat recognizing paint that “changes” color when matched with heat. body heat or other miscellaneous forms of warmth will be the items that leave this dining table with its wood under-layer showing.
The simple and sleek bench style seating and contemporary table come in a black thermochromic finish that’s suitable for heavy duty use. Each piece is handmade out of solid European oak, which will show through temporarily as the surface comes in contact with heat. Tables available for purchase start at $3,000 USD.