More silky oak... This was commissioned to be a place to put the phone and keep the phone books.
This is a wine rack
featuring normal corrugated iron for the bottles to sit on.
Sturdy silky oak side table.
Some friends commissioned
this to put their telly and video on with the lower two
This design has been popular. It holds nearly 200 CD's, Silky Oak of course...
I made this outdoor table using solid but badly weathered hardwood doused liberally with Linseed and deck oil.
Some friends commissioned this island bench using timbers from a demolished wall in their house. It is an unusual shape and asymmetrical to its environment. Shown here prior to installation of the silky oak top...
The finished product:
All these pieces were
made over a 2 year period. Mainly with me working from underneath
a Queenslander house in Cairns Queensland. I've had to sublimate
my creative urges in this area since renovating has been taking up so much of my
but now I have a shed and a decent workspace it wont be too long before I get
back into it especially as the houses reach a stage where they just need
maintenance instead of complete restoration. [renovation pics]