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joineryjo
Junior Contributor
20 replies

      So I couldn’t find a plant stand that was the height or look I wanted so Bunnings to the rescue again! I did realise halfway for a stand ...

andipleasance
Occasional Browser
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Hi bunny’s we are builders of tiny homes in Fairy Hill near Byron bay, and would like to share our experiences on building tiny homes on trailers, so ...

Elly2
Budding Contributor
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I thought I would do a practice run on using a battery operated drill, and just thought I would ask my fellow 'Bunningphiles' to see what they recomme ...

UmaB4u
New Contributor
5 replies

Hi....i bought a 2bhk Unit....it's unfurnished. so i am thinking of doing wood work with Space Saving Furniture like wall bed, sofa come wall bed...fo ...

rovergunn
New Contributor
13 replies

I do some playing around with old pallets have made a blanket box ,stand for the bathroom ,Hall way coat hanger, out door BBQ table and seat, Garden w ...

glen71
New Contributor
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Just wondering if I can replace an external steer door frame with timber on a brick house.

Wouldy
Established Contributor
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  I am not able to put permanent fixtures on these walls. It is trust rules as it is a historical building that was built in 1863. So, I tried co ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
49 replies

Hi everyone, Whether it's a cherished lesson passed on from one generation to the next, a throwaway line from a mate, or something you've personally ...

Sugar
Established Contributor
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I have various plans and visions for my house projects. What do you guys use ( software / computer-based tools) to turn your imagination into a digita ...

Moderator JaneK
Moderator
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We have had a couple of new members join us in the last couple of weeks and express an interest in getting into woodworking. I was wondering whether a ...

Wouldy
Established Contributor
10 replies

I am going to buy some shelving from Bunnings to put up in this room. It is not allowed to be a permanent fixture. I am wondering what I can buy fr ...

vanderneut
Budding Contributor
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The entrance of our home has a two-story tall ceiling with a chandelier very high up. There is absolutely no way (ever!) I'd be getting on a tall ladd ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
29 replies

For those that are interested I'm going to post updates of my double storey build to this thread. I've already started other threads about specific t ...

Carol_Prime
Established Contributor
14 replies

      Whipped up this hallway table in a couple of hours. $65 all from Bunnings. 2 x bench seat legs @$25ea 3 x boards @ $5 ea on clearance ...

wendalls
Budding Contributor
5 replies

We are sleeping in a bedroom which has a window to a busy street. What are some simple ways we can sound proof without double glazing? At this stage w ...

Kiwifr33
Established Contributor
5 replies

Clint_hayward
New Contributor
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Removed carpet. Filled and sanded stairs. Painted treads with dark teal paint then put Cabot's clear urethane with hardener over the top. They came up ...

Tara86
Super Contributor
7 replies

My beautiful best friend asked if I could build her a table for their new home. She found one online and asked if I could replicate it but to suit the ...

Tiff
Newbie
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Looking for some advice/plans on how to build a lectern with shelves for my classroom. I'm an absolute novice when it comes to building things, but fi ...

MarcL
Budding Contributor
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Hi everyone I have 2 questions. Any help would be appreciated. Q1: I need some sort of protective layer that will have as little friction as possible ...

prettyliving
Super Contributor
14 replies

    Happy new year everyone! Thought I’d share some pics of a dollhouse I’ve been building for the past 6 months or so. I designed it myself and buil ...

paulmp
Budding Contributor
1 reply

I'm looking at building our family a new dining table, I quite like the Bunnings RapidMesh furniture legs (the square / rectangular ones, not the angl ...

JI
Budding Contributor
2 replies

Can someone please explain how to disassemble a pallet without splitting too many pieces? What tools will I need? Thanks.

wooshka
Junior Contributor
4 replies

Hi, Just thought i would put up a couple of photo's of a simple wall mounted entertainment unit i built using laminated panels from Bunnings. I used s ...