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Chaks_DIY
Super Contributor
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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 ...

markhor
Regular Browser
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can anyone advise the most appropriate backing board , must withstand the element and be suitable for stone wall cladding to be applied to. approx are ...

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 ...

Effie09
Budding Contributor
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  Layed these tiles from Bunnings around my bbq range hood. I tiled myself for the first time with the workshop video i followed step by step. Thank ...

Tine
Budding Contributor
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 This long 10-metre corridor is beige overload! It’s perfect for a spot of backyard cricket after Christmas lunch but I’d love to be able to use it al ...

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 ...

MrsABC
New Contributor
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Hi  How do I remove chalk from these screens? As you can see by the photos, the young lad did some awesome artwork…but didn’t think about it becoming ...

JessR
Regular Browser
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I've been living out my home decorating dream vicariously through decorating the cubby house that my father bought for my daughter from Bunnings for a ...

KimLB
New Contributor
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    I want to fill this basket with baby shower gifts for my daughter in law and aim to use this lovely basket to hold the items in. How should I pa ...

iedwards1919
New Contributor
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I have a rendered water feature. I want to take off the render to leave the bare brick and then tile it with large tiles. What preparation do I need t ...

oliviacraig3
New Contributor
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Hi, I recently bought this mirror from kmart and want to leave it in the garden. What can I use to pre-treat it to protect it against rain etc? https: ...

Itai
Super Contributor
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Hey All. Got our daughter a cubby house for her 1st birthday. We got something really big (2.4mx1.8m + 0.8m Verandah) because we don't have a separate ...

lifestylebymari
Junior Contributor
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Hello everyone, When I moved into this house the backyard needed some real love and with time we started fixing the backyard to be more practical a ...

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 appr ...

CourtyardMaker
Budding Contributor
4 replies

          Our original balcony with the air conditioner located, it’s uninviting and no storage, there’s no proper space to put the pot plants. ...

Peggers
Experienced Contributor
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Created as a mobile office or business, this retro Viscount caravan also sleeps two and has a full kitchen. A new floor has been laid, a new kitchen ...

isabella1
New Contributor
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sapphi
New Contributor
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May

Hi community I have a standard pine timber fence that I would like to paint. Painting manually. As a guide how many square meters do you get out of ...

JoeAzza
Super Contributor
7 replies
May

After re levelling my rear sliding door area, I had to repair the surrounding outer walls and remove the existing deck to do so, as this was an area ...

Jenny2021
Newbie
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Hi I need a simple way to cover up a curved brick wall ( around 1.5m high). Any thoughts?

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 ...

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 ...