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July 2020

Would you be willing to sacrifice your laundry @netkrish80? Do you know if the wall between the laundry and bathroom is load bearing? You could create ...

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June 2020

What kind of projects are you planning to tackle @rhymesayer033?

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June 2020

How big is the project? If it's a large project, I would recommend you consider a professional quantity surveyor @Lauramatiu. After going through a co ...

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May 2020

Love idea 2 - will help ensure you get a lot more use out of the space, whatever the weather is like. Personally, I'm not a fan of the waterfall fea ...

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May 2020

I will be following this topic with interest. I'm not sure whether you should insulate as much as you possibly can, or that if you only insulate some ...

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May 2020

I would contact your electricity provider @guyfsb. I see possum discs on lines in our neighbourhood but have read that some companies don't allow them ...

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April 2020

I'd paint. You would still have the texture of the timber panels but it would really lighten the rooms. That hallway looks particularly dark.

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Chaks_DIY
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The side yard has been a labour of love but here are some progress shots. Getting close to finishing.  

jeevanfranciz
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Rustic computer desk made with pine and coated with Walnut stain and vintage White matte finish paint.      

prettyliving
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  Here’s a quick & simple little project I did a few weeks back in my daughters room - a cheap shoe storage solution! I used some timber off cuts I ...

BrendanB
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Super66
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To cold to go outside, so I thought I would Design and 3D print some Super tyre valve covers for my wheelchair.. l

Marty_McFly
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For my wife's Bday, I decided to get the back area around the pool finished. It's only been 3 years. First time building a Deck, I think this one tur ...

cadsman
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Latest project just completed, Bunnings merbau decking and ply, left over cover sheets of colorbond and a bit of pine and hardwood framing. Clear glos ...

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Kermit
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May 2020

Love idea 2 - will help ensure you get a lot more use out of the space, whatever the weather is like. Personally, I'm not a fan of the waterfall fea ...

Kermit
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May 2020

I will be following this topic with interest. I'm not sure whether you should insulate as much as you possibly can, or that if you only insulate some ...

Kermit
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May 2020

I would contact your electricity provider @guyfsb. I see possum discs on lines in our neighbourhood but have read that some companies don't allow them ...

Kermit
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April 2020

I'd paint. You would still have the texture of the timber panels but it would really lighten the rooms. That hallway looks particularly dark.

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April 2020

That's a very small kitchen @Lucianacarvalho. You could contemplate a benchtop dishwasher but it seems you already don't have any bench space. Could t ...

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April 2020

From the (empty) state of supermarket shelves, it seems everyone is cooking pasta...

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April 2020

So many options @tisme. One very cheap and easy option if you're happy to have the glass sliding door closed is opaque window film. But it obviously w ...

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