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Living and Bedroom

Help for living room and bedroom projects
ScrambledEgg
Just Starting Out
6 replies

   Hi Team We have removed the frames from two bedroom BIRs and are looking to install slimline sliding doors. Currently the space is exposed uneven ...

ShanleyMicahnz
Just Starting Out
2 replies

Preferably lighter doors or even a slider, although I don't think a curtain would be secure enough. Something I can add a lock of some kind to. Contex ...

SuzanH
Just Starting Out
3 replies

I have a curtain rail I tried to install two months ago but gave up because the instructions were seriously confusion AND I don't know what to do with ...

Mikewr
Just Starting Out
1 reply

Crack has started to open over past few years in 130 year old house

LibbyTimmins
Just Starting Out
9 replies

Hope to get some expert advice regarding removing or skim coating this stippled “Cow’s Foot “ ceiling. unfortunately covering it with gypock isn’t an ...

chris_con
Just Starting Out
8 replies

  Hi everyone! I have all but one of my panels up. The one that hasn’t been glued and nailed in is marked with a blue arrow. I’m not too sure how to ...

lindner00
Just Starting Out
3 replies

We've got breezeways above all of our bedrooms doors. We love the look of them but our house is really noisy with the timber flooring everywhere so I ...

afro-tim
Finding My Feet
1 reply

I had some sparkies in to run a cable through my wall today, and they had to cut out these three holes to complete the job. I'm looking to patch these ...

Manasa
Just Starting Out
5 replies

Hello, I want to do this DIY ( picture attached) . Please suggest me the wood material to use. Am just confused which one to use  

sidrah
Cultivating a Following
2 replies

A couple of cans of spray paint and peel and stick moulding is all it took to makeover this dated sliding door to a modern French style door Materials ...

Aardit
Finding My Feet
11 replies

Hi I have used pine wood to make study desk and used stain paint but I noticed the surface is very rough. It is not smooth. What am I doing wrong? ...

SPP
Building a Reputation
69 replies

Hi, I want to rip off my old MDF walls and place brand new VJ Panels onto the timber frame. From the videos I have seen, the timber frame needs to hav ...

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