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Wendyjoyhall
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When you collect old furniture you inevitably end up with old mirrors. What to do ..... I did these. Sanding, undercoating and some op shop books, c ...

Wendyjoyhall
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This big boy was a massive job. Lucky my husband in good at carpentry! Early days of my interest and probably too much but it came back n to life ni ...

Wendyjoyhall
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These were the two round ends of an old dressing table which required quite a bit of carpentry to modify and repair. Lots of sanding then treated sid ...

Wendyjoyhall
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Again, this was on old piece picked up for not much. Lots of sanding, good sealer undercoat and then 3 topcoats. Drawers lined with a dramatic fabric ...

MitchellM
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I thought I would share a pallet coffee table I built over my weekend. I used a very similar process to the D.I.Y. article How to build a simple co ...

LorenaDIYS
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   before After  I transformed a dark buffet and now it’s light and bright , I used cabots ACORN water base stain . full video on YouTube EJ Ma ...

LorenaDIYS
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I transformed a dark brown hall table to bright and new . I used cabots ACORN water base stain . Full video on YouTube EJ Makes Us 6 after   ...

Michelleja33
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Feature wall using dulux signature. DIY 

Wendyjoyhall
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This was perhaps a cutlery/ silverware holder or cupboard. as it had old red felt lining. I'm not sure I just liked its good bones and thought it was ...

LorenaDIYS
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DIY SUPPLIES AT BUNNINGS WAREHOUSE  AFTER  the before I transformed this dark brown dresser and now it’s light & new again full video on You ...

Nellstar
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Bought a cheap red /black fold out ottoman bed & clearance linen fabric from Ikea. Removed all the fabric on the ottoman, cut the top in half & used t ...

ProjectPete
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This is still our favourite paint job we've done and the most tricky to get the pattern right with clean sharp lines. So much fun!    

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