Cabinets

Entertainment unit
Entertainment unit

3.2m L x .45 H x .5 D This cabinet was produced using a variety of recycled and locally milled eucalyptus species including some stunning figured gum on the drawerfronts that has been bookmatched - creating symmetry in the grain. The top and sides are Silvertop Ash showing some dark streaking from wildfire in east gippsland. Some of the features include the ellipse gap-handle drawer fronts, internal dvd dividers and tinted glass doors for concealing electronic components and for remote access.

Entertainment unit
Entertainment unit

3.2m L x .45 H x .5 D This cabinet was produced using a variety of eucalyptus species including recycled and locally milled timbers including some stunning figured gum on the drawerfronts that has been bookmatched - creating symmetry in the grain. The top and sides are Silvertop Ash showing some dark streaking from wildfire in east gippsland. Some of the features include the ellipse gap-handle drawer fronts, internal dvd dividers and tinted glass doors for remote control.

Console table
Console table

1.4m L x .75 H x .4 D This table was commissioned with some Australian Red Cedar that the clients father had held on to for many years which he had saved. The two panels were the extension inserts of an old table. This timber is now incredibly hard to come by and was an equivalent to the goldrush for north Queensland in the early settlement days. When the edges were trimmed, almost flat growth rings were revealed - indicating the monstrous size of these ancient trees.

Console table
Console table

The Cabinet includes three drawers with highly figured eucalyptus fronts contrasted with rough-sawn weathered railing.