CD/DVD and TV Cabinet
An opportunistic assemblage where the bits of recyceld wood had a lot of say in the design.
Northern Silky Oak (Cardwellia sublimus). This had been used as shelves on metal wall brackets and covered in Plyurethane. Its free now.
Queensland Red Cedar (I think its back to being Toona australis) recovered from beneath some dust from Harvey Brothers owrkshop (it was demolished to make way for a hospital car park). Look up L.J Harvey re the significance.
Hoop Pine (Araucaria cunninghamianna). Discarded door reveals from afriends place.
Queensland Maple (Flindersia australia) from a "firewood" off-cuts bin.
Tasmanian Myrtle (Nothofagus cunninghamii). Honestly can't remember where this came from apart from a pile in my Dad's stack.
Queensland Blackwood (Acacia melanoxylon). The same species as the Tasmanian Blackwood but up here it seems to grow paler and harder wood. Its more of that stud framing from under an office/warehouse I worked in.