The Bunnings Workshop community can help with your home improvement projects.
Workshop community update #74
We have many talented woodworkers in the Workshop community, but it is fantastic to have another skilled maker join us.
Since joining last week, new member @woodalwaysworks has shared some wonderful projects, including a garden bench made from decking offcuts, a terrific entertainment unit using recycled timber, a clever ladder stool, some timber wall art and a delightful personalised toy box in the shape of a rubbish skip.
I'm sure all of the community is looking forward to seeing what you come up with next @woodalwaysworks, and also hearing about the origins of your username!
Some other members who have recently shared great work on the gallery include @Glenc’s ingenious transformation of an old rake into a necklace rack, a couple of lovely television units from the prolific @Yorky88 as well as a hall table, and a striking clock from @Super66.
Other highlights from the past fortnight on Workshop include:
Many thanks to everyone who has participated in Workshop discussions recently. The members who received the most likes in the past two weeks were @woodalwaysworks, @Kev, @Yorky88, @Brad and @Rusty-Saw. Thanks again for your contributions.
Workshop is a friendly place to learn, get ideas and find inspiration for your home improvement projects
when the postie or courier service deliver small parcel, they would leave the parcel on the verandah floor, I decided to make this box/ shelf so ...
Rustic computer desk made with pine and coated with Walnut stain and vintage White matte finish paint.