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DIYgals
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Hey there, Lauren and Sarah here. We are two gals from Adelaide trying to renovate our house and do as much of it ourselves. Still so much to do and learn, but would love to share any tips with others trying to do the same. :)
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DIYgals
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April

Thanks @EricL, Yes, we also put an estapol finish on the doors to protect them a little bit from any spills etc. The pine pieces in the back framewo ...

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We made these door fronts using some off cuts of OSB leftover from the wall paneling. We were a little unsure how they might turn out, but are really ...

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Here is a little hack we have used to make what we think is quite a cute hand towel rail. Using only the following: - Tasmanian oak doweling - Cu ...

DIYgals
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March

Hi @MiaR , The rectangular section that the table sits on is around 25-30 sqm.

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January

Looks great, @Rharr! What panel did you choose in the end?

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January

@RenoRach1 this looks fantastic! Well done!

DIYgals
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January

Hi @zoefuimaono , Thanks so much for your kind words. We built this on a pretty tight budget so I'll try and break down the costs as much as poss ...

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DonGreen
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Thought I would give everyone a look at my latest project. I made a bench each for my 18V saw and my sliding compound miter saw. The saw are each on a ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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April

Hello @DIYgals Thank you so much for sharing this handy method of making a custom-sized towel rail. My favourite part about this setup is that you c ...

RatBoy
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Hi, I recently moved into my new place, and apart from a lot of other things needing attention, I thought I would start off by making a workshop in ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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March

Hi @binodn I suggest looking at the Hyne Span Table from our timber supplier. I recommend engaging the services of an engineer to make sure that you ...

MiaR
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March

how many sqm is the area that your dining table is on?

Peggers
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Recent caravan renovation project - Vinnie the Viscount van. It included a window box and a bright and beautiful paint job.

Rharr
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January

I have finally completed my project. While I am pleased with the result (see pic. - very stylish I think haha) I must say I did have issues with the b ...

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DIYgals
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April

Thanks @EricL, Yes, we also put an estapol finish on the doors to protect them a little bit from any spills etc. The pine pieces in the back framewo ...

DIYgals
Experienced Contributor
2 replies

We made these door fronts using some off cuts of OSB leftover from the wall paneling. We were a little unsure how they might turn out, but are really ...

DIYgals
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1 reply

Here is a little hack we have used to make what we think is quite a cute hand towel rail. Using only the following: - Tasmanian oak doweling - Cu ...

DIYgals
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March

Hi @MiaR , The rectangular section that the table sits on is around 25-30 sqm.

DIYgals
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January

Looks great, @Rharr! What panel did you choose in the end?

DIYgals
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January

@RenoRach1 this looks fantastic! Well done!

DIYgals
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January

Hi @zoefuimaono , Thanks so much for your kind words. We built this on a pretty tight budget so I'll try and break down the costs as much as poss ...

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