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HI @sarah10 ,The number one thing to choose colours by is to base the choice on any existing materials that will stay in the space.Your floor tile col ...

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Hi @hrpaul ,I'd stick to high gloss since you already have a gloss cabinet in there. The whites will be less noticeably different if both are gloss. ...

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January

Hi @steezy This looks like it is Masonite or fibre cement sheeting. Be careful working with it as there is a high chance it contains asbestos. Firstly ...

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Hi @Gillwooldrdige,I agree with @EricL here. I wouldn't recommend you try this as a DIY project. I've never done it but believe it should be possible. ...

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Hi @ivanptr ,Slip rating for tiles is important but it should be considered in the context of it's use and the people using it. For example, if it was ...

redbournreno
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June

Hi @VC Induction cooktops are fantastic - so fast and easy to clean. You will be amazed at the improvement over an old electric cooktop.You didn't men ...

redbournreno
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There are lots of options here. To guide the ideas could you put pictures or describe what type of style you like or have around the house already?Is ...

redbournreno
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April

Yes good call @Cocoplum . I haven't seen anything nice that isn't a very expensive specialist finish.

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Bunnings Team Member EricL
Bunnings Team Member
Friday

Hello @hrpaul I'm putting my vote with the egg white (high gloss). Being white it will not be immediately noticeable that there is a colour differe ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
Bunnings Team Member
Friday

Hello @sarah10 Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. It's wonderful to have you join us, and thanks for sharing your question about wall pain ...

iveg
Building a Reputation
January

Hi steezy,Welcome steezy. I have done many renovations on older homes over 35 years building experience. Yes, we do need to know if it is a timber fra ...

Dave-1
Home Improvement Guru
3 replies
January

Howdy @steezy Could you supply some photos of the walls and also how far do they move? Once we know a little more as in what they are made of (timber ...

BoeingFan
Becoming a Leader
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January

Hi @steezy, Congrat's on your purchase! When you say the 'walls' move, do you mean the gyprock/masonite/fibro lining, or the actual frame of the house ...

wooshka
Making a Splash
February 2023

I have always believed that you need to stay in keeping with era of the house when you a reno, one you render or paint the exterior there isnt any goi ...

diy_hausdesigns
Amassing an Audience
February 2023

I always love this debate ! Personally it comes down whether the house has more modern proportions. I'd it does render away, however, I'd keep the br ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
February 2023

Thanks for all the replies everyone. Keep the discussion going! Today's question based on the Make It Happen series is: Do you prefer render or clad ...

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redbournreno
Having an Impact
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Saturday

HI @sarah10 ,The number one thing to choose colours by is to base the choice on any existing materials that will stay in the space.Your floor tile col ...

redbournreno
Having an Impact
1 reply
Saturday

Hi @hrpaul ,I'd stick to high gloss since you already have a gloss cabinet in there. The whites will be less noticeably different if both are gloss. ...

redbournreno
Having an Impact
January

Hi @steezy This looks like it is Masonite or fibre cement sheeting. Be careful working with it as there is a high chance it contains asbestos. Firstly ...

redbournreno
Having an Impact
September

Hi @Gillwooldrdige,I agree with @EricL here. I wouldn't recommend you try this as a DIY project. I've never done it but believe it should be possible. ...

redbournreno
Having an Impact
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September

Hi @ivanptr ,Slip rating for tiles is important but it should be considered in the context of it's use and the people using it. For example, if it was ...

redbournreno
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June

Hi @VC Induction cooktops are fantastic - so fast and easy to clean. You will be amazed at the improvement over an old electric cooktop.You didn't men ...

redbournreno
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April

There are lots of options here. To guide the ideas could you put pictures or describe what type of style you like or have around the house already?Is ...

redbournreno
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April

Yes good call @Cocoplum . I haven't seen anything nice that isn't a very expensive specialist finish.

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