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annie75
Budding Contributor
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How with no taught skills and budget tools from Bunnings I created a beautiful table for friends and family to gather.          

Carlym19
Newbie
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Hi! I'm building a mudroom bench and shelf as shown in the picture but i'm unsure how to attach it to our walls, i don't want the screws to be visible ...

Prof
Valued Contributor
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Firstly to clarify, "a dedicated home theatre" means that the room you will be using will only be used for watching movies and perhaps some TV.. A ...

vr_syd
Budding Contributor
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Following on from My Simple D-I-Y Desk, I now needed a chest of drawers to go with it, for storage of stuff. For this, I started from the inside ou ...

LePallet
Valued Contributor
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j450n74y
New Contributor
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Built a new bed for our dog..     Build

Karizzma
Budding Browser
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Hi Team, I'm looking to create my own computer desk as I need something that is slightly different than the standard office desk as my home office i ...

Remarka6le
Experienced Contributor
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So I've got that DIY itch again and one of the projects on my list is roof ventilation for the summer months, especially with our attic fully operatio ...

PAULMONGELLI
Newbie
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What is the ratio of Lime Cement & Sand for laying bricks?..is there an allready pre-mixed bag product?...I'm only filling in a small area above a doo ...

rogez09
Budding Browser
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Wondering what i can use to block these gaps in as its letting cold air in, and the heat out. There between the floorboards and skirting boards, mostl ...

sach78
New Contributor
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I am looking to build a DIY Coffered ceiling. I am just a beginner in DIY projects. Is there a guide or a video by bunnings team showing how to build ...

Tamaraskie
New Contributor
2 replies

Everyone talks about how they built their Barn doors but nobody is talking about how to install the track. For example, when installing the header for ...

Dave9876
New Contributor
4 replies

Hi team,Looking for some advice around drilling and fixing into old internal brick walls.Firstly, I seem to be very lucky (unlucky) in that I always s ...

vr_syd
Budding Contributor
4 replies
May

With all the working from home in the past couple of years, it was time to upgrade my humble home table to a decent working surface. For this, I've ...

NickW
Newbie
2 replies
May

Hi All Not sure if anyone has any experience for this. I am renovating my bathroom and just took off older plaster board. It is the old type frame tim ...

maccifo
Budding Contributor
9 replies
May

Good morning, I want to use one of the walls on the upstairs landing to install a floating desk as it is an area of the house that we don't use that ...

vr_syd
Budding Contributor
6 replies

Hi Folks, I'm a newbie DIY'er here I'm looking to make a relatively simple WFH desk. For this I've zeroed in on this Beech Laminated Panel from Bunn ...

sper
Junior Contributor
4 replies

Hi community, I did a small DIY project recently to create address sign for my house and thought of sharing it with the community. I used following ...

LePallet
Valued Contributor
12 replies

  This would have to be one of my favourite builds. I have always wanted to Build a barn door and now I have made one, I can’t wait to be building ...

Remarka6le
Experienced Contributor
2 replies

A custom built desk for the home office. Built pre - Covid, for home based projects and gaming, this desk was a lifesaver when the pandemic came aroun ...

rubytuesday1953
Established Contributor
9 replies

Well, I've finally had the time to get to my sewing room to do a little reno. What a PITA it was too. Firstly I had to go thru about 10 plastic storag ...

Tara86
Super Contributor
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As much as we like to utilise every material when creating projects, it’s inevitable that we will end up with scraps/left overs. I hate wasting materi ...

ThePredator
Junior Contributor
4 replies

When ceiling fans are installed in new houses, is the minimum blade height dictated by a building code ? Any licenced builder able to answer this ?

jeevanfranciz
Budding Contributor
8 replies

Rustic computer desk made with pine and coated with Walnut stain and vintage White matte finish paint.