The Bunnings Workshop community loves a good renovation project. It’s always inspiring to see before and after photos of what other members have achieved, whether it’s a kitchen, bathroom, laundry or an entire house.
While a reno can be intimidating, costly and time-consuming, we have many experienced renovators in the community who can share their knowledge. You can learn and get confidence from their experiences, avoid common pitfalls and finish with a brilliant result that fits within your budget. We're here to help.
Here are the Top 10 most popular renovation projects shared by Workshop members according to pageviews:
Rohan kept structural changes to a minimum when tackling a renovation of his single fronted Victorian home. His aim was to ensure the house was more visually appealing and more functional. With a modest budget for the reno, Rohan got fantastic advice and inspiration from community members during the project.
Darren’s comprehensive diary of his bathroom renovation is an entertaining and informative account of his reno journey. It takes us through the comprehensive transformation of a traditional 1950s-era bathroom into a modern oasis.
One of Workshop’s most prolific contributors, Pete spent just $1000 on materials for this kitchen transformation. The makeover included refreshing the cabinetry with laminate paint, new benchtops using project panels, and a subway title splashback.
Rob's caravan reno was inspired by the Penguin Classics book range
This Christmas holiday project by experienced caravan renovator Rob has been incredibly popular with Workshop members. It’s stylish and playful Penguin Classics book theme highlights how much fun you can have renovating a mobile home, and what amazing results you can produce.
Renovation expert Belinda Smith transformed a tired weatherboard into an absolutely gorgeous cottage that sold after the very first inspection. Belinda typically sets a renovation budget of 10% of the purchase price, spending the money where it reaps the most return – kitchens, bathrooms and front gardens.
The 70s-era kitchen that my wife and I inherited when we purchased our house would be typical of many Australian homes. It deserved the sledgehammer. Over 10 years later we still love the functional and clean design, and certainly don't regret the choice of a European-style laundry to maximise living space.
This very popular recent project with a budget-friendly pricetag was completed in just a day, transforming a basic laundry with a standard trough and no storage. The renovation included a new sink, cupboards, tiles and benchtop.