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poppylee198
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 Hello everyone! New to the workshop and interested in everyone’s ideas for a budget laundry reno, as you can see the space is quite small. I am also ...

cv186
New Contributor
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I'm looking at hanging rails for a walk-in robe and the Sandleford 15mm Chrome Oval Rods (I/N: 4821952) look good. But the only suitable end pillar (I ...

helpme1
Newbie
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Hi, I need some help and direction, I have an older house with Jarrah flooring and will be converting a box room into an ensuite for the main bedroom, ...

FDT79
Budding Contributor
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Hi, I'm moving from a great bathroom set up [open walk in shower & toilet behind vanity] to a more traditional type with enclosed glass shower. I was ...

lockers
New Contributor
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Just after ideas on whether this is doable, I really like the look of the shower niche/shelf built into the shower wall. Our shower have large wall t ...

Benskimo
Established Contributor
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Alrighty Workshop Brainstrust, I'd like to get some wisdom here, please. I want to renovate our laundry, I've read this great article about planning t ...

Juliareed56
Budding Contributor
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Hi, is it possible to replace our current shower cubicle with a larger shower area with just shower curtains and a self draining floor, suitable for a ...

Skyisblue
Budding Browser
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We have 3 screens and would like replace with 2 screen (https://www.bunnings.com.au/estilo-1830-x-830-900mm-x-855-880mm-chrome-shower-screen_p0012606) ...

GC9114
Budding Contributor
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Hi Guys I'm looking for advice on how the drainage would most likely be installed/altered from existing to proposed layouts below. I'm hoping to get ...

nimit1785
New Contributor
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Hello, I am looking at replacement to glass rubber seal for shower screen. I have removed rivets from joints but i am struggling to remove bottom L se ...

MissFi
Budding Browser
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How do you join the acrylic shower sheets in a straight line? They only come with a corner joiner?

SusieNewbie
Regular Browser
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  Bought a house which would have been the creme de la creme… from the 80’s! Tiles were in good condition but ugly. Used the Dulux renovation range to ...

BryceBrad
Budding Contributor
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Hi All,Curious to how others tackle this problem. I have a combined bathroom and shower upstairs. It came without a floor waste so part of the renovat ...

raniia
New Contributor
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Absolute newbie looking for advice. My apartment laundry is a decent size but not functional due to lack of storage. Naively I thought “How hard can i ...

KevinMall
Experienced Contributor
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hi all, I want to share a tip following my recent efforts with giving the bathroom tiles a makeover by repainting them using the Dulux Renovator range ...

DP
Budding Contributor
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hi guys, I want to replace our bathroom vanity with Bunnings vanity. Attached are my vanity and Bunnings's. Can I request Bunnings staff to for ex ...

Missskybird
Budding Contributor
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Hi! I am wanting to give our very small bathroom a makeover. I know what I want to do but I need advice to clarify in which order I should proceed w ...

MMF155
Budding Contributor
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Hello team I am replacing my old shower screen in an ensuite. I need to seal the old attachment points and I’m wondering a smart way to do it. T ...

Upcycler01
Budding Contributor
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My husband renovated the laundry for me. Everything in the finished pic came from Bunnings. My husband did the whole project with the help of his D ...

Benskimo
Established Contributor
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I want to overhaul my laundry, which includes getting some better storage in place. At the moment we have our hot water system right smack in the midd ...

kori
Budding Browser
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Hi guys. I have hardwood floors in my laundry and 2nd toilet. We are going to be tiling over them. My question is- do we need to put cement sheeting d ...

Wendy_L
New Contributor
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Hi all! We are embarking on a big project of turning our downstairs space (enclosed but not sealed) into a full living space. The flooring is steel tr ...

Lesli
New Contributor
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I am managing a couple of bathroom renovations and decided to save by doing the painting. I am up to the door which is currently painted with what app ...

kingpola
Budding Browser
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replace shower, change tiles and ceiling as well