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theparlourroom
Junior Contributor
5 replies

  Hi helpful people. I’m purchasing a cintage dresser, and plan on removing the paint t, and refinishing the wood. I’m not sure what wood it’s made o ...

NumeroUno
Budding Contributor
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Hi Although this question has been asked before, i struggled to find the specific product to use We are looking to install some small and some large p ...

caitlynrachelle
Occasional Browser
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Hi all, I am building a desk and am in need of advice on how to finish it. I'm using a Vic Ash Laminated panel 2400 x 900 x 33mm. I've filled in the k ...

stelz
Established Contributor
2 replies

Still crushing over this accent wall we did in our entryway. Accent wall design inspire by Pinterest Materiel used - Mdf Moulding Pencil Round ...

julie60
New Contributor
5 replies

updating old aluminium windows.want to change colour or do i need to replace the windows completely

Bec3
New Contributor
4 replies

Hi there, We just bought a 1960's cottage with masonite internal walls. When hanging picture frames we realised that the masonite is ridiculously toug ...

chippydave
Frequent Browser
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Hi all have a client looking to panel some walls in their meals / dining, using the easycraft VJ panelling. the walls I’m looking to fix to are facebr ...

Palmusa
Newbie
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Please reply if you know the name of the device used to hang large ceramic plates onto a wall. Thank you

shauny
Budding Contributor
1 reply

Hi all, first time asking a proper question, but currently on a roll after having some bathroom renos done (by the pro's on that one!) and wanting to ...

2Belindas
Experienced Contributor
20 replies

hannah
New Contributor
10 replies

Hi all, We are currently renovating our 1960s brick home. We are situated pretty close to the beach so we are going for a coastal / Swedish vibe. ...

joineryjo
Junior Contributor
24 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 this heigh ...

Peppi
Budding Browser
2 replies
May

Hi I'm looking at creating an accent wall in the dining area - to look like red rustic brick. I don't want the wallpaper and I am on a budget. Is ther ...

sapphi
New Contributor
2 replies
May

Hi everyoneI have half a tin of left over oil-based paint that I opened planning to use today but found that in the 1.5 years since I originally used ...

sandy_d
Junior Contributor
4 replies
May

This console unit is made with 100% recycled pallet wood.  I started with glueing 4 pallet wood timber x 2, together and allowing to dry for 24 h ...

sapphi
New Contributor
2 replies
May

 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 ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
8 replies
May

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 ...

annieerbs
Budding Contributor
4 replies
May

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

hannah
New Contributor
38 replies

Getting on board the industrial concrete trend by making these concrete vases over the weekend. Surprisingly very easy, using quick set concrete meant ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
26 replies

Workshop's goal is to help everyone to do it themselves. We want to provide a forum where people can share their experiences, knowledge and advice so ...

LePallet
Super Contributor
7 replies

This was a fun little build, and not hard to do try out yourself.    

jkhandywoman
Budding Contributor
3 replies

I am now at the stage of cleaning back my beautiful Caroline and giving her one big face lift paint up..        

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 ...

emmajames
New Contributor

  You can change the look and feel of your home by adding details like fret work. Interior fretwork is used to decorate hallways, window bay ...