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ivanptr
Junior Contributor
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Hi everyone and @EricL With a new children to our family, we have subdivided a new bedroom and we are in the process of painting the plastered wall, ...

Diy_Shell
Budding Contributor
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Hi everyone, I have been lucky to inherit 2 cane chairs and a large coffee table that once belonged to my grandparents. They had this furniture before ...

EleventhCoastal
New Contributor
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Have you ever thought about something for so long that you just gave it a go! That’s what happened with this nib wall/ bed head that I created in our ...

ivanptr
Junior Contributor
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Hi we bought a roller blind to replace our old vertical blind: First time installing blinds ourselves, we wonder if a 4V screwdriver: https://ww ...

kileycarbin
Budding Browser
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I found a beautiful inspo on Bunnings web page and gave it a go all materials purchased from Bunnings, 4 days later our entry is light and bright!!! ...

Marshall
New Contributor
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Hi there, I'm currently doing some basic home renovations to a couple of adjoining bedrooms. The interior wall between the two rooms is an exposed br ...

ivanptr
Junior Contributor
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Hi everyone, When I took it off , it's so tight as there were two springs on both sides. But when I reattached it, it became so loose, don't know why ...

lifestylebymari
Budding Contributor
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Hello everyone, My latest project is a DIY Side Table with a cool shape. Been eyeing similar tables for a long time but due to the price could n ...

jamant01
New Contributor
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Hi! My bedroom wardrobes are extremely shallow - I can't hang a regular coat hanger without it getting stuck on the sliding doors. There is no room i ...

Sooze
Budding Contributor
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Hello Just wanted to share this wall feature that we completed in our hall way located off the family bedrooms, bathroom and laundry. 42x11 primed ...

houdeanie79
New Contributor
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Hi everyone Need help on what cordless nail gun would be best to use for putting vj panels onto besser bricks. I like my ryobi one + brand ive put ...

Lamsar
New Contributor
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Hi, Everyone I need advise to select correct and cheapest material including steel furring, track, adhesive, screws and gyprock available at Bunnings ...

DanaR
Junior Contributor
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Price of discarded road side coffee table $0 Paint, primer, sandpaper and stain from Bunnings: $30 Husbands enjoyment at having to by a new sander: Pr ...

Chie
New Contributor
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Hi DIY-ers! I need your help!I have working on make-over for bedrooms, and I would like to remove this old floating shelf in one of the bedrooms.How c ...

Moe
New Contributor
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Hello, My newly installed carpet has lots of spikes (aka carpet grippers) which can be felt along the perimeter. I cut my foot the other day accidenta ...

JVie
New Contributor
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I need your help on what good and affordable insulation will I use for my concrete block walls. I want to DIY it myself and so I recon to install the ...

Jano
Budding Contributor
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Currently I have 3 sliding white solid wood wardrobe doors but want mirrored ones. Help? Is it expensive? Is it best to buy new mirrored doors or glue ...

PatD
Budding Browser
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I am removing a number of windows in a living room wall in a weatherboard house. The gap created for each is about 1500 x 800 mm.between wall suds. ...

junheekm
Budding Contributor
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My house is double story. On the top there are 3 bedroom, a study room, 2 bathroom, 1 living, 1 dinning and a kitchen. it is enough for myself and my ...

far213
Junior Contributor
11 replies
May

  We like to make a slat wall as a feature wall like the photo I attached. We are not sure if it’s better to use a nailer or just use 3M hanging str ...

Bunnings MakeItYours
Bunnings
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May

This week it’s the Master Bedroom that’s gets a makeover, courtesy of D.I.Y. style queen, Geneva Vanderzeil. This savvy designer is all about showi ...

dtothy
Newbie
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does anyone have advice on how to install

Noela
New Contributor
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Total newbie with no idea here. I have my Grandmothers old pine kitchen table but it has a split the whole length of the top of it. I want to strip t ...

Freda1
New Contributor
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Hi guys i have been going to bunnings alot to buy resources but ended up buying bulk timber from facebook market.place. But paint, screws nails, advic ...