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sapphi
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 Hi community has anyone had experience using the porta contours range of cladding?I would like to use it to update our kitchen bench around the sides ...

redracer01
Trusted Contributor
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Hello Everyone, When my son started to collect books he liked, it got put everywhere inside drawers, under beds etc. I didn't want to spend money on ...

firsthomereno
Newbie
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Used everything from Bunnings including the gold drawer knobs! - Door trim used to frame each drawer - Paint (Dulux Natural White) - Gold handles (a ...

sapphi
New Contributor
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Hi community I have a standard pine timber fence that I would like to paint. Painting manually. As a guide how many square meters do you get out of ...

JoeAzza
Experienced Contributor
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After re levelling my rear sliding door area, I had to repair the surrounding outer walls and remove the existing deck to do so, as this was an area ...

vica
Experienced Contributor
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Hi! I now want to repaint my bench top and cabinet doors in the kitchen,want them look new and bright.         I notice the topics of renew kitc ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
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With the impending arrival of mini-ProjectPete I've been busy prepping the new nursery in a range of ways and this customer floating shelf I made up f ...

Danny2
New Contributor
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An empty space, some inspiration, a sketch and a trip to Bunnings #proud    

julzdiy
Budding Contributor
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Hi everyone, looking for some ideas on how to design the side yard. It was full of scrubs, trees and grass up to your waistline. After council approva ...

stelz
Junior Contributor
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Hi All, Hope everyone is doing well. Just finished my latest DIY project. Downstairs guest toilet. It's incredible how painting can transform a space. ...

annieerbs
Budding Contributor
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 I have this piece of timber and looking for ideas!! Coffee or occasional table? Plant stand?

MitchellM
Valued Contributor
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Baby number two is only a couple of months away, so their big sister needed to relinquish the cot and move up in the world. Perhaps it was the tugg ...

far213
Budding Contributor
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  We like to make a slat wall as a feature wall like the photo I attached. We are not sure if it’s better to use a nailer or just use 3M hanging str ...

Bunnings MakeItYours
Bunnings
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This week it’s the Master Bedroom that’s gets a makeover, courtesy of D.I.Y. style queen, Geneva Vanderzeil. This savvy designer is all about showi ...

Nic87
Newbie
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Hello, I am hoping someone can recommend a really low VOC paint. Ideally a satin/eggshell finish to be used on furniture. I have attached a photo of m ...

stelz
Junior Contributor
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Hi everyone, I wanted storage in the bathroom, so I thought it was genius idea to place a storage box behind a round mirror that I had purchase My hus ...

Jenny2021
Newbie
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Hi I need a simple way to cover up a curved brick wall ( around 1.5m high). Any thoughts?

hazesnow
Junior Contributor
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So I decided this space needed a little something! It’s my husbands laptop station and Queen corner..... Floating shelf made from plywood with the h ...

anjali
Budding Contributor
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Hi Everyone, So I'm my rental apartment that I moved into recently, there were really scary lamp shades off that looked like they would fall on my he ...

loggie
Budding Contributor
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Hello,Just sharing a project I did over the weekend. It can be easily adjusted to suit whatever space you are looking at. The utility panel I used for ...

emmajames
New Contributor
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        Over the weekend we completed a little project - we turned our skinny posts into something pretty amazing. We even completed a DIY ...

Shelby
Junior Contributor
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Heya, I'm a first time poster so go easy on me Anyways, I've got these 2 little side stand thingos and I'm going to buy these Mosaic tiles from Bunn ...

JoeAzza
Experienced Contributor
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After being inspired by @joineryjo planter stands, I decided to make my own similar/same as @joineryjo . The only difference is that I used Tasmani ...

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