FURNITURE

Furniture

“Amplitude” – A Hybrid Style Table

This is very much a hybrid style table, part sculpture and part furniture. The top is Melaleuca the steel work is brush & etched marine grade 316 Stainless Steel.

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Floating Shelves

A floating shelf assembly made to match the nested tables.

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Round Nested Table Tops

Radiata Pine stained blue/grey. Personally I like the colour & effect and will likely use it again.

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Bedside Tables

Tasmanian Myrtle. Stunning timber with beautiful chatoyance. The drawers are solid Silky Oak with a Tasmanian Myrtle false front and Brigalow two piece handle.

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Bedhead

Silky Oak & Blackwood (QLD) bedhead. Not shown in my crap photo is the angle back into the wall. Looks nice.

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Display Cases

Didn’t manage to get too many photos of these, but I’m sure you get the general idea.

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Side Table 3 Drawer

There are some common elements in this piece, most notably the joinery on the top.

Woods are Red Bloodwood, Melaleuca & Silky Oak Top. Legs are red Bloodwood. The apron is Melaleuca and the drawers are Silky Oak handle, Melaleuca face, Blackwood (QLD) sides & Plywood base.

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Hall Table, similar classic design, different timbers

It’s a popular design and this is another slightly tweeked variation. Slightly taller, slightly narrower under carriage and slightly thinner legs. The woods are, Red Mahogany under carriage & top surround, Rose Gum insert and Blackwood (QLD) centre.

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Cellarette

An interesting method of joinery that creates an interesting look.

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Hall Table with Display Shelf

This piece is similar to one I’ve done before only slightly larger with a lower display shelf.

The woods are Blaskwood (QLD), Brigalow & Rose Gum top, Brigalow apron, Red Mahogany Legs and a Melaleuca display shelf with Red Mahogany framing. The finish is Carnauba Wax over Danish Oil.

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