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Living and Bedroom

Help for living room and bedroom projects
Dundie21
Getting Established
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Our living room needed a makeover as it was plain and boring. I had an idea in my head of what I wanted to achieve so I got to work. This required rem ...

Gina123
Community Newcomer
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Ideas for a wardrobe for master bedroom.

Dons-Glenno
Finding My Feet

As we are renovating our home on a pretty strict budget, replacing our bedroom furniture was out of the question so instead, we have put some life bac ...

angie2
Community Newcomer
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    I’ve got a few spills of nail polish remover on a wooden coffee table. It looks like it has stripped some of the varnish off and left patchy mar ...

snowlaina
Getting Established
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Good morning all. First time posting so i'm a little nervous! I bought a house last year and one of the things that attracted me to it were the enormo ...

Gina59
Community Newcomer
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WIR - how do I install the same amount of hanging space below the existing one making sure it won’t bow in the middle. Existing hanging space span is ...

JoeAzza
Kind of a Big Deal
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I have recently purchased a new printer, so I needed a printer table, this is the result, made from solid Tasmanian Oak timber. i first made the car ...

SamNZ
Just Starting Out
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The boys already had this Kura bed from Ikea, this time they wanted a slide that we put on top of the ladder, so to climb the wall we created a climbi ...

monochromehaus
Cultivating a Following
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DIY chalkboard wardrobe door using Dulux Chalboard PaintMaterialsDulux Chalkboard Paint Taubmans Advanced Adhesion and Mould Blocker Prep Coat Nap Rol ...

stargirl5196
Finding My Feet
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Fight the winter blues with a fun project that creates a very cozy space using 2 old bookcases. This project saw two yellowing and chipped 25yr old b ...

gnicholson
Cultivating a Following
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A thin split is showing in the table about 1mm up. previously a couple of years ago i had 2 splits fixed by a professional and it cost me $200. We had ...

4026
Just Starting Out
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I bought a spec rite timber panel 2200x600x26 and I need to legs to install panels use as a table I was suggested to nut bracket but it’s not a prope ...

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