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loggie
Budding Contributor
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Hello,I'm looking to clad an open brick fireplace with stack stone. I was thinking of attaching cement sheets to the front and sides to give the stone ...

ninewa
New Contributor
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newbie25
Budding Contributor
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Just bought a house and came to know that the led downlights installed are cool white which i absolutely hate . There are approximately 25 sharp white ...

Carol_Prime
Established Contributor
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This spare room had 2 king single beds in it and not much else. Very unused and adding us zero value. SO....... the beds went and Clever Cube ...

pepsp
Junior Contributor
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Just thought I'd share my chair rennovation project completed during 2020 (thanks to lockdown I had plenty of time!)  It was pretty simple to remove t ...

HyacinthBucket
Budding Contributor
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Hi This is a project from my previous home. In the first picture you can see a gas fire and alcoves. I took the gas fire out, decorated it and p ...

redracer01
Trusted Contributor
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Hello Friends, Just wanted to show you guys final outcome of my book case / tv cabinet. Took about 3 weeks in total. Very happy with final outcome. Ch ...

consoletable
Budding Contributor
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Further to my earlier console table project for housing some living room entertainment electronics, I also tried to find a way to manage the messy cab ...

RenoSal
New Contributor
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I bought bamboo posts and a bamboo outdoor screen to make a four poster bed.Firstly, I started with the metal bed base and cable tied the upright bamb ...

RenoSal
New Contributor
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How simple. All I did was remove the pelmet to make it easier to work with.Then I hot glued macrame cord to it.

woodenwookie
Experienced Contributor
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Well, the Dining Room is finally painted... almost. We had a problem with the wall that used to have wallpaper on it. It seems the glue has reacted to ...

tish999
New Contributor
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 made a Christmas tree from an old pallet lying around as we had no space for our 6foot one

woodenwookie
Experienced Contributor
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Here's a story for you. Back in 1998, I was laid off from a company I was working for. It was an IT company. Back then, IT was in its infancy and not ...

prettyliving
Super Contributor
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A little project I did with my daughter this week.. she asked for a pink wall in her room so we went to Bunnings and she picked the colour “Heartfelt” ...

Sugar
Junior Contributor
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Hi guys, I have got this mirror: https://www.ikea.com/au/en/p/songe-mirror-silver-colour-70416312/?utm_source=google&utm_medium=surfaces&utm_campaign= ...

MissionIsta
New Contributor
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Hi All, I pulled these off the kerb in Melbourne and just love how they came out. Merely stripped the top and restained, and cleaned up the rest. Wh ...

mirza
New Contributor
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Hello Dear Respected members. I am new in your workshop. I just need your help and advise if you can. I want make a wooden frame see in photo. I haven ...

outofthebox
Budding Browser
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  We live in an apartment and wanted to revamp our dining room. We used these outdoor bamboo panels from Bunnings, using aluminium stand off mounts ...

lenacurly
New Contributor
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thomas4
New Contributor
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  So I am 22 now and I am still living in The same room as I was when I was 12. I’ve made some modifications but not a lot. I can’t really change muc ...

jessied6
Budding Browser
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Hey Guys, I'm looking to build a desk that is wide enough to fit a 48" tv and a mirror that is 65cm wide. I'm thinking maybe something that 195cm in ...

prettyliving
Super Contributor
36 replies

      This past week I’ve been working on a ‘ute’ bookshelf for my son. I used pine boards from Bunnings which I stained with black paint and water ...

magen_
Budding Contributor
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 When I moved in a year ago this place was cold and unfriendly. Hit up Bunnings for some paint and some shelving (and fairy lights) and now it’s home ...

netta1990
New Contributor
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^^ this is where the rafters meet.          i want to remove these vertical timber peices but my dad believes this may still be a load bearing support ...