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islandgirl
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                   A western red cedar house, located on the south coast of NSW was always going to be a challenge & the tiny kitchen was the centre o ...

xxsimonexx
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We used Kaboodle Kitchens, Easycraft panels (vj panels) and Porta timber moldings to create our dream custom kitchen. (Last 4 photos are the before.)W ...

HeyJude
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After 4 years living with a 1985 original kitchen in my apartment (enduring really, as it was quite literally falling apart), and saving up enough mon ...

emmalee107
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                      After 18 years of this tired old, yellowing, water marked kitchen, it was time for something fresh!! I had bee ...

jasmine_rose
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                I wanted to add some charm and character to my very stock standard kitchen. I have always loved the shaker style doors and bec ...

Anu123
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shevysingh
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  This took a quite a bit of planning but ecstatic with the final result. The custom servery window took me and a friend 2 full days to install an ...

shaunbteam
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This pantry of ours was another project of mine as a weekend DIY warrior :). It was great fun and we are really happy with the way it turned out. I le ...

lydkrit
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We renovated our kitchen in an a 1930s house. The previous renovation was done in the 1970s. Lee built everything himself, using materials from Bunnin ...

goofygaffney
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Our little 1950s 1 bed cottage out the back came with the original kitchen .. the concrete slab floor was cracked and the joinery well past its prime ...

tamaraharringd
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No one wanted our little beach house located in Inverloch Victoria. But I saw so much potential. The vintage original 1950s orange kitchen had to go. ...

kagomechan
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Andyhen68
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My husband and I renovated our old kitchen to a newer fab kitchen. We have taken out a wall to open the area right up and put in a Island bench and a ...

sabdiy
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Kitchen was so drab , colours were unappealing, so off to Bunnings to decide on new colour schemes...from salmon pink cupboards and green benchtops ...

debvan
Budding Contributor
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I'm planing my small kitchen reno, had Bunnings out to measure and quote but not happy with a few areas - one being the kitchen wall cabinets hanging ...

DrVee
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We are renovating our kitchen. We got a design done with Bunnings in home consultant but now need to find builders to put it in for us. Does anyone ha ...

macduff89
Budding Contributor
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Hello,I have a townhouse with a very annoying built-in pantry and fridge space. It is built with stud walls, fixed shelves and a narrow door which mak ...

debvan
Budding Contributor
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My kitchen is very small 2750x 3200. There are two walk through sliding doors connecting to other rooms. The back wall between the doors is only 500 ...

mafelix76
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Hi I am after some advice, I am in the process of removing and replacing the old tiles in my kitchen (spashback). During the removal process, some of ...

cpin
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We have a 1980's kitchen which we want to open up.the bench is laminate and has a lip of about 10 cm which overhangs the brickworkI want to cut the la ...

LizzieCro
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I did this reno a few years ago. We had a high gloss polyurethane kitchen, with flat doors. I wanted Shaker style, but we couldn't afford to have the ...

abichan
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Hello i m trying to freshen up my 20 year old tiled kitchen. I painted all cabinet doors with British paint&prime which looks pretty good. Someone jus ...

timln
New Contributor
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Hey all, Love the forums here, great, helpful reads. Was wondering if anyone out in the ether has experience of installing a 60cm undermount or fi ...

AlyssaReno
New Contributor
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Hi there! We have been slowly renovating our 70s home since moving in - mostly painting and new flooring. I want to tackle the kitchen as it is really ...