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Living and Bedroom

Help for living room and bedroom projects
Building a Reputation
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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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Hi team,I bought these coffee table and lamp table due two years ago and it started cracking from the top after only a few months.It’s a cement look w ...

Building a Reputation

HiI set up pre built Ikea cupboards in the walk in wardrobe in my bedroom. It all fit in nice except that there is a bit of the back of the cupboard t ...

Finding My Feet
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My front (wood) door whistles and shakes in windy conditions. There is a small gap all around the frame. I have a draft excluder on the bottom of the ...

Just Starting Out
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   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 ...

Just Starting Out
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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 ...

Just Starting Out
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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 ...

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

Just Starting Out
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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 ...

Just Starting Out
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  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 ...

Just Starting Out
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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 ...

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