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julzdiy
Budding Contributor
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Hi everyone, looking for some ideas on how to design the side yard. It was full of scrubs, trees and grass up to your waistline. After council approva ...

emmajames
New Contributor
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        Over the weekend we completed a little project - we turned our skinny posts into something pretty amazing. We even completed a DIY ...

Shelby
Junior Contributor
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Heya, I'm a first time poster so go easy on me Anyways, I've got these 2 little side stand thingos and I'm going to buy these Mosaic tiles from Bunn ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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Improving your home's street appeal doesn't need to be an expensive or time-consuming exercise. For just $6500 and two-day's work by the Make It Ha ...

GeoffB
Junior Contributor
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This is a pair of Barn Doors I made for a local Café in Pakenham. I used 9mm ply as a backing and built up the doors using recycled Baltic pine weathe ...

Kellie
Super Contributor
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Looking for advice please. My new apartment has these concrete planters on the courtyard/patio. I'm concerned they look a little unfinished. Do you th ...

Wouldy
Experienced Contributor
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I am upcycling this beautiful screen door. I am planning to take the hinges off the side as they are not needed on it anymore. The door itself is a ...

Cat87
Regular Browser
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Made this house numbers feature a few weeks ago. Super stoked I got it done. Not perfect but stands out amazingly from the street. Full credit, I got ...

Nikkaz
Established Contributor
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We just built an amazing decked alfresco area and the boring brick wall was screaming "help me". I have a creative spark and thought it could be a ...

Peggers
Experienced Contributor
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A distinctly 70s retro feelMy latest van projectTook a while to source accessories...

Angel1988
Budding Browser
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I need something like this

Noyade
Super Contributor
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Cheap and nasty - but I think it'll work. Large piece of wood cut to a pentagon. Five decking timber legs (3 metre lengths) connected with hinges (for ...

Pantha1
Newbie
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Hello,I'd like to install my 1.8mtr plastic matrix decor panels ( x4) directly onto my colourbond fence. They will be place in the middle of the sheet ...

gpop
New Contributor
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Having my roof changed from tiles to Woodland Grey colorbond and we currently have an evap cooler in terracotta. Without having to replace a perfectly ...

firenevac
New Contributor
8 replies

fhk56
Budding Contributor
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A small decorative wooden wheelbarrow for the garden. Simple design and easily made out of 8 fence palings. (100x1800mm treated pine). Not sure i ...

kaylah_rose
Experienced Contributor
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I was recently researching vertical and herb garden ideas. For myself there are two things that make or break my decision to undergo a project. 1. Is ...

joineryjo
Junior Contributor
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 Hi everyone, just thought I’d share some pics of my cheap mainly Bunnings and Ikea balcony renovation.I never was a fan of Astro turf but got a barga ...

moni
New Contributor
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if old fridge can still do the job , they got to look pretty !!! 2 rolls of tropical vinyls used to reno the outdoor fridge . Thank you !      

Cat1
New Contributor
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Hi,We installed these matrix decorative privacy screens and they look great!! Only problem is that it only blocks 73% and can still see our neighbours ...

ventodimare
Junior Contributor
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Hi everyone, I've bought a planter to hang on my balcony railway. I want to hang the planter so it sits inside my balcony (for safety). My balcony rai ...

Chaks_DIY
Super Contributor
6 replies

Hi all I'm looking to install some screening using some vertical timber posts 100mmx100mmx2.2m I was planning on using screws. Some into the sleeper ...

Super66
Experienced Contributor
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I have just finished making the Wine Barrel cupboard for up the backyard.I built it so I can store thing in it for the fire pit and wine glass ect.I o ...

kev_au
New Contributor
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Hi everyone i am planning to refresh my not very attractive exterior wall/pillar (See attached photo), can someone give me some advice on what product ...