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2Belindas
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Lover of renovations and all things property, its all I think about - research, buying, selling, styling and decor. In love!
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2Belindas
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Monday

Hi @jkhandywoman What a project your Caroline is! It'll be amazing when you are finished.I love deep blue or grey. The inspo picture you have chosen ...

2Belindas
Experienced Contributor
2 replies
3 weeks ago

Hi @Itai Using 'breathable' paint will prevent bubbles of moisture from forming in the paint.Once you paint the bricks, you will be up for some kind o ...

2Belindas
Experienced Contributor
1 reply
3 weeks ago

Hi @JaneK It's probably not the first thing that most renovators pay attention to, but we worked on the existing pool as soon as we moved in. It was ...

2Belindas
Experienced Contributor
4 replies
a month ago

Your are 100 percent right to paint your bricks. Go for it @Itai Painted bricks is as popular, if not more popular, than painted render. It's all ab ...

2Belindas
Experienced Contributor
January

Hi @Caron Its a 'Yes' to Denim tone blues too!It'll look great.

2Belindas
Experienced Contributor
1 reply
January

Hi @krawson Firstly, I totally love the look you are going for. Recycled bricks in herringbone pattern ❤️To achieve the farmhouse kind of look on wal ...

2Belindas
Experienced Contributor
2 replies
January

Hi @Caron If you are keeping the property and you are doing it up to please yourself, then 100 percent go for a colour. I'm loving the blues (from da ...

2Belindas
Experienced Contributor
2 replies
January

Hi ShelJust an afterthought...If you are going to rent it out furnished, you could easily update your stools by painting them black, which would tie i ...

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Itai
Experienced Contributor
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Hey All.What are your thoughts on painting an old brick veneer house (late 70/s early 80's I think)? I'm thinking of painting it with a light greyish ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
a month ago

Hi @Itai, I'd encourage you to use a premium brand like Dulux Weathershield. It comes with a fantastic warranty, and you can be assured that you'r ...

Shelby1
Budding Contributor
December

Thanks Jason. Will check out the links and look forward to hearing advice from others. ⭐️ Just doing a Reno on our en-suite as well. Will share when ...

reno2021
New Contributor
December

Thanks @2Belindas, your suggestions have made is think of what we can do to utilise the existing house. Initially we were thinking of knock down rebui ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
December

Many thanks for sharing your expert advice @2Belindas. I trust @reno2021 appreciates such fantastic advice from someone that has so many renovatio ...

nonsibicunctis
Junior Contributor
September

A great transformation. The features of the house really come into their own in the new colours and the whole looks much more attractive and inviting ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
September

Thanks for joining in the discussion @MrSDowse1891. I'm sure @2Belindas appreciates the feedback. Please don't hesitate to post anytime you have s ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
August

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @EarlybirdNSW. It's great to have you join us and many thanks for jumping into the conversation. I trus ...

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2Belindas
Experienced Contributor
1 reply
Monday

Hi @jkhandywoman What a project your Caroline is! It'll be amazing when you are finished.I love deep blue or grey. The inspo picture you have chosen ...

2Belindas
Experienced Contributor
2 replies
3 weeks ago

Hi @Itai Using 'breathable' paint will prevent bubbles of moisture from forming in the paint.Once you paint the bricks, you will be up for some kind o ...

2Belindas
Experienced Contributor
1 reply
3 weeks ago

Hi @JaneK It's probably not the first thing that most renovators pay attention to, but we worked on the existing pool as soon as we moved in. It was ...

2Belindas
Experienced Contributor
4 replies
a month ago

Your are 100 percent right to paint your bricks. Go for it @Itai Painted bricks is as popular, if not more popular, than painted render. It's all ab ...

2Belindas
Experienced Contributor
January

Hi @Caron Its a 'Yes' to Denim tone blues too!It'll look great.

2Belindas
Experienced Contributor
1 reply
January

Hi @krawson Firstly, I totally love the look you are going for. Recycled bricks in herringbone pattern ❤️To achieve the farmhouse kind of look on wal ...

2Belindas
Experienced Contributor
2 replies
January

Hi @Caron If you are keeping the property and you are doing it up to please yourself, then 100 percent go for a colour. I'm loving the blues (from da ...

2Belindas
Experienced Contributor
2 replies
January

Hi ShelJust an afterthought...If you are going to rent it out furnished, you could easily update your stools by painting them black, which would tie i ...

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