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My treasure chest storage Major project was built from two different hardwoods, (Spotted Gum and Sydney Blue Gum). My Project has a lot of storage in the small space it has, with one small draw with felt on the bottom. I used a nice Scandinavian oil finish to highlight its colour.
My epoxy resin hallway table was built from three different hardwoods, Oregon, Oak and Blackbutt with blue slow set epoxy resin throughout to fill the cracks, voids and gaps. The hallway table uses curved bridge handles on the draws and a shelf to maximise storage, using polish and oil to highlight the shine and colour of the wood and epoxy.
My kitchen island made from Australian Wormy Chestnut is a perfect mix aesthetics and practicality. Overall the two cabinets, three drawers and an open area provides a practical use for any kitchen.
My mantel clock is made from American Walnut with a laser engraved face. The clock has four drawers and in each drawer is red flocking. I used bending ply and veneer to make the top curve which provides an interesting aesthetic.
My jewellery box Is made from jarrah and has two draw compartments as well a top section divided into five sections for practicality. With two draws ample room is given for storage throughout the whole box.
My TV unit is made from Mackay Cedar, a timber rich in colour, consisting of 2 compartments with 2 push-open, soft-closing drawers underneath. The base of the drawers and the back are made of Plywood.
My stereo console is constructed with Tasmanian Blackwood and Blackbutt, designed for use with a record player and other related stereo components. I combined aesthetics and strength in all aspects of the console.
My Jewellery Chest is constructed using American Rock Maple and New Guinea Rosewood, finished combined routed edges and Scandinavian oil for added aesthetic feature.
My mini fridge is constructed using Blackbutt, Tasmanian Oak and Radiata Pine. I finished it with Scandinavian Oil. I chose to use chrome hardware on my project as Chrome pops against the tan timber colour.
My “Esky Box” is constructed using primarily Australian Brush Box and Victorian Ash wood. The finish used was a oil based gloss lacquer used for weather protection. I chose to use Brass hardware on my project with hints of black as it complements the red tones of the Brush Box.
Camphor Laurel river poured top dining Table.
Modern low line Blackwood Coffee Table. With dual sided drawers and through storage.
Jarrah desk clock.