Yesterday I visited a small sawyer in the north of The Netherlands, in Friesland to be precise. Inlands Hout they are called and they specialise in local wood, air dried. I may be a hopeless romantic, but I very much like the concept. They were very helpfull, and not overly expensive.
A carload, plenty much enough for the next project. They are around 17% now, so they will need some more time in the garage to reach equilibrium. In the evening I spent some time to draw out the various parts of what is going to be a bath room vanity (strange word for a bath room cabinet). It's also going to be loosely based on the 17th century English renaissance stuff.