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Petemc
Newbie
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I told my wife before the birth of our first child that I'd make all the nursery furniture. No idea why, just on a whim, with no experience in woodwor ...

Wouldy
Junior Contributor
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I have had this sitting in my shed for about two weeks. It was given to me by a friend. Apparently a child was using it as a huge swing in a garage. ...

Brad
Trusted Contributor
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As I have a new bed but have kept the old headboard for now, her indoors hits her head on it every time she sits up to use her no. 1 love (phone). Whi ...

Wouldy
Junior Contributor
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Hi everyone. Nice to be here. Didn't know it existed. I'm a newbie to woodworking. Mostly self taught. I'm thinking if buying this to restore an ...

Benskimo
Junior Contributor
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I've had some nice comments about a custom midcentury modern shelving unit I've made, so I thought I'd post some pics here, along with steps about how ...

AC1
Newbie
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  I have a Nick Scale stone table top,there is a stain on it and has faded the stone also have a chip on the table at a corner .Is there any Bunnings ...

Nham
New Contributor
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I thought I share my build for an affordable computer desk as most of us are now working from home. I needed an extended desk to fit into the study bu ...

Carol_Prime
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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 ...

Carol_Prime
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So a few weeks ago i knocked up a couple of bedsides and a sideboard. Repainted the room in a soft grey and high gloss white skirts and trims. We ha ...

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 ...

consoletable
Budding Contributor
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Hit a roadblock with woodcutting earlier but managed to complete the project eventually - big thanks to @MitchellMc who gave some great advice to my 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 ...

mk1
Budding Contributor
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Hello,Once again I am back with my very basic question. My dining chairs have got metal legs, which I painted them with dulux dura max spray paint. Th ...

consoletable
Budding Contributor
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Due to special needs for some home electronics and inspired by Bunnings' "industrial" DIY style, I've decided to start my very first DIY furniture pro ...

nagumuthu
Established Contributor
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Hello Members, Hope you are doing good. I would like to buy ( a sheet / cardboard ) from Bunnings that closes the back of the rack and fix few dowel p ...

LindaFromHR
Newbie
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Hello hello, I’ve built a large, simple desk using this acacia panel: https://www.bunnings.com.au/2200-x-600-x-26mm-acacia-solid-oiled-hardwood-projec ...

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 ...

taha
Budding Contributor
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how do i fix this ..any diy tricks \plz help

Zach20
New Contributor
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  Hey guys, I’ve never done anything DIY before so I’m looking for advise on how to get started on building a bed like the the one below for my son. ...

Dark
Junior Contributor
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Hey all its me Dark. Been awhile since last log in but life got in the way as usual. so im back at it looking for ideas and wife has requested me to ...

Yorky88
Super Contributor
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Craig72
New Contributor
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Hi Reno Guys hope you all well Looking for recommendations for some to help us to build a buoy in looking tv feature wall with some store for DVD ...

omicky
Occasional Browser
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I needed a desk that I could pack up and take with me when I moved. Basically I chose to use Rackit, as each shelf can handle 400kg. I stained each fr ...

Hay
Junior Contributor
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Hi Community, I would like to share my resoration project, its currently a work in progress. I've collected 4 different styles of Bentwoods (Antique o ...