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marilynwinn
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Monday

Thank you. It really does light up the space indeed. Thanks for your kind message.

marilynwinn
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Monday

I completely agree. I really wanted to do something unique.

marilynwinn
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Monday

Thank you. It really does create a relaxed atmosphere.

marilynwinn
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Monday

Thank you I can't wait to now style my outdoor area to complete the space.

marilynwinn
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2 weeks ago

Hi @KatieC Thank you so much. I was lucky enough to take that off an old piece of furniture item I had laying around that I no longer used. It worked ...

marilynwinn
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I wanted to create a feature wall in my alfresco area. I decided to use 2 x louvre doors which a friend was throwing away. I painted the doors and pla ...

marilynwinn
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2 weeks ago

Thanks so much Mitchell. I'll most definitely keep the faux fireplace all year round and style it accordingly thanks for your kind words.

marilynwinn
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              Here's my DIY faux fireplace I made upcycling a $40 TV cabinet I purchased from marketplace. This project cost me $75 includi ...

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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2 weeks ago

Wow, I would have never thought to use louvres in such a manner @marilynwinn. What gave you the idea to do that? Oddly enough, it just... works! I ...

TedBear
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a week ago

That looks cool @marilynwinn .... and I mean literally cool and pleasant to sit by, and it also offers a softer surface than the timber fence. I imagi ...

JSJB
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Sunday

Amazing! Your courtyard looks so good, it's a great idea to use the screens instead of just paint the fence.

Jesse1
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Monday

That looks fantastic. What a tranquil inviting area! We’ll done.

Member Engagement KatieC
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2 weeks ago

Hi @marilynwinn Wow well done! I have never personally seen an upcycled cabinet made into a faux fireplace before, how clever! Was the ornate piec ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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2 weeks ago

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @marilynwinn. It's fantastic to have you join us, and many thanks for contributing your project. That's so ...

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marilynwinn
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Monday

Thank you. It really does light up the space indeed. Thanks for your kind message.

marilynwinn
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2 weeks ago

Hi @KatieC Thank you so much. I was lucky enough to take that off an old piece of furniture item I had laying around that I no longer used. It worked ...

marilynwinn
Budding Contributor
8 replies

I wanted to create a feature wall in my alfresco area. I decided to use 2 x louvre doors which a friend was throwing away. I painted the doors and pla ...

marilynwinn
Budding Contributor
2 weeks ago

Thanks so much Mitchell. I'll most definitely keep the faux fireplace all year round and style it accordingly thanks for your kind words.

marilynwinn
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4 replies

              Here's my DIY faux fireplace I made upcycling a $40 TV cabinet I purchased from marketplace. This project cost me $75 includi ...

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