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AAtkinson
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Hi All! I have some steel table legs (https://www.australianhairpinlegs.com.au/product-page/straight-flat-steel-dining-legs) that I will be screwin ...

jessftwyatt
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Hi! I have some very, very basic experience with restoring furniture but am overall a bit of a novice, so am hoping someone might be able to give me s ...

Demo
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Newqlder
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These two old chairs are my next restoration project. I will post some pics as I progress with the work.

salin
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  i want to build the murphy bed like this is L shaped which doesnt need any mountings. I am a newbie with this kinds of work. I haven't done this kin ...

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

BeeEss
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Hi Fellow Diy(ers) Installing a desk and two floating shelves above it. (desk is the green lines) The desk will be supported by a wall on three side ...

ShelleyBean
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I wonder if anyone knows what this item is called? I removed it from underneath the drawer on my office desk. I have upcycled the drawer by removing t ...

courmic
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Any advice on doing this oneself or a restorer in West Australia ? that doesn't charge the earth ?

Tommmo
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I have a vertical panel of woodgrain laminate at the front of our kitchen bench. It is dark woodgrain - far too dark for the rest of the decor and I' ...

ec1234
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I have just installed a shelf with a wardrobe rail using plastic toggle drywall anchors (see https://www.mitre10.co.nz/shop/cobra-universal-anchor-ass ...

tiger99
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Hi All, I need to recoat (clear) an undercover lounge setting. The material is known as Abaca, also known as banana leaf. I’ve spoken to Dulux who a ...

Dee2
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Hello Mitchell, Planning to paint this bookcase. It looks like its got a stain on it. Can you suggest what products I should use?

rookie2
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  Hi everyone. I have been refurbishing a cabinet and spent weeks sanding down the top to perfection. It was looking great and nice and even until I ...

MichelleBeasy
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Hi guys, I need help as to what Wood I’d need to buy To make a seat / storage box Out of which is light weight but will Be able to have someone sit o ...

timdawg
Budding Contributor
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hey guys i'm tim and i thought there's no better way of introducing myself to workshop than by sharing one of my projects so here it is... i came ac ...

bm
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Hi DIYers, Good day. I want to install some cupboard shelves similar to the ones below. Please see pics. Please i need help with the below: 1) the ...

happysohal
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Hi All, Could anyone please teach me handyman works?I am ready to buy required tools.

Poppop
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      Like most things i make, there were no plans for this, just a picture in my head. Apart from the chrome curtain rods for the bars on t ...

riessy
Newbie
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  Hi all, I am hoping someone might be able to help with ideas on how to fix a pressed metal coffee table. It has some wear on the top which o am h ...

jeevanfranciz
Budding Contributor

Rustic Study desk with Maple stain and vintage white paint theme.     

Shagen
Junior Contributor
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After almost 2 months (mostly working on weekends), I completed my first project. I only had circular saw, a power drill and an orbital sander at that ...

mmkl
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I’m planning on making a desk to fit in a specific area. It’s an awkward space and not ideal but it’s the only area I can set up a workspace.I’m not v ...

td81
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Hi all,I'm looking to build a desk for the office here as I can't seem to find anything suitable other than in IKEA (and the the $300 delivery cost is ...