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Tasmanian oak feature wall behind tv. This wall was very bare and thought it needed something. As I take this photo now, I question why the TV isn't i ...

AnitaP
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January

What!?!?! Oh man. Didn't know about this. My house is old so it wouldn't surprise me.

AnitaP
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January

Actually it does all feel rubbery when I touch it. I was just going to paint over it. I didn't like the tiles going half way up the wall and I didn't ...

AnitaP
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I've ambitiously decided I would rip out these tiles in my bathroom. These tiles don't get wet. I was wondering if this is just glue or glue and mould ...

AnitaP
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I bought a mortising kit for my drill press so I can use square drill bits. This needs to go onto the quill of the drill press but I can seem to t ...

AnitaP
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February 2023

Thank you. Yeah I used a mitre saw.

AnitaP
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       I originally made these stools/side tables for bedside tables but they are bit low so I have used them as indoor plant stands. I made these ...

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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February

What a lovely addition to your living room @AnitaP. It certainly adds plenty of warmth and character to the space and you've done a splendid job. I pa ...

mich1972
Kind of a Big Deal
February 2023

Beautiful ! I love them 

JoeAzza
Kind of a Big Deal
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I made these new pot plant stands using Tasmanian Oak timber. Material used. 32mm x 32mm Tas oak. 110mm x 12mm Tas oak. Home made floating tenons ...

codesmaree
Getting Established
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Timber Console table. Sanded, sealed with sanding sealer, stained with liming white and sealed with Matt Varnish.

theDIYedit
Making a Splash
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I thought I would share my just-finished laundry renovation. I bought a house in 2020, and although she is only 18 years old, she has been neglected h ...

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AnitaP
Having an Impact
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Tasmanian oak feature wall behind tv. This wall was very bare and thought it needed something. As I take this photo now, I question why the TV isn't i ...

AnitaP
Having an Impact
February 2023

Thank you. Yeah I used a mitre saw.

AnitaP
Having an Impact
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       I originally made these stools/side tables for bedside tables but they are bit low so I have used them as indoor plant stands. I made these ...

AnitaP
Having an Impact
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July 2022

Does anybody know the link for these Tasmanian Oak panels? I've never seen them. I've seen other panels but not Tasmanian oak. I would love to get my ...

AnitaP
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 I wanted something decorative in my sons room. - kmart lamp shade- Puck lights - Pine and pine dowel- string/twine - I super glued the backing of the ...

AnitaP
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May 2022

Thank you @MitchellMc @EricL I think this will work great.

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amichaelmedia
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Hey team I'm guessing this gap is from ground movement. Front facade cladding gap only showing on this lower corner of the house. House is 2 years ...

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