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LePallet
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LePallet
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Here I Have installed two long desk tops over these awesome storage drawers which in this case holding a lot of Leggo + Dolls.       I also hung ...

LePallet
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March

Great door @GeoffB Can I ask how you fixed it all together? Did you nail from the front and screw from the back? do you have a photo of the back ? tha ...

LePallet
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March

Thanks mate, it’s getting fixed to a normal plaster wall with timber studs. 2420 sheets. 6 sheets in total. I also forget to ask if I should paint it ...

LePallet
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March

@TedBear Looks like your question was popular and it made me think on how I did it as well. if I remember correctly there are two ways you can do it. ...

LePallet
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Hey guys I’ve installed this cladding before but I don’t know if I’m over doing it with a heap of liquid nails.im fixing the sheet to the wall with my ...

LePallet
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March

 Thanks @MitchellMc ill have to have a look it I have photos, but issued 30mmx30mm DAR pine for the frame, and standard DAR pine boards for the shelf, ...

LePallet
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March

 Thanks @MitchellMc i thought about wanting to use Tasmanian Oak but I was after 14mm tongue and groove. In this case the door needed to one piece as ...

LePallet
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  This would have to be one of my favourite builds. I have always wanted to Build a barn door and now I have made one, I can’t wait to be building ...

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ProjectPete
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March

@LePallet At a minimum you want to paint the top and bottom of all sheets about 400mm and the left of the left sheet and right of the right sheet abou ...

mattoharae
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September

@jfo888 i had to mitre the edges so they would wrap around the door. i just allowed the depth of the vj panel, 9mm i think it was, to overhang. i dr ...

GeoffB
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This is a pair of Barn Doors I made for a local Café in Pakenham. I used 9mm ply as a backing and built up the doors using recycled Baltic pine weathe ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
September

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @jfo888. It's fabulous to have you join us and many thanks for your question. It's great to see @mattoh ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
March

Hi @LePallet, I trust @ProjectPete has all the answers to your questions. Please let us know if you need further assistance. Mitchell

TedBear
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March

Good looking unit @LePallet. I would like to know how you joined the three way joint at top centre please. I find those tricky without using brackets. ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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March

That looks incredible, @LePallet! I can see why it is one of your favourite builds as you've really achieved a spectacular level of finish. What wer ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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February

That's a really impressive aged look you've achieved there @LePallet. I'm a huge fan of the distressed finish and feel it suits this table extremely w ...

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LePallet
Super Contributor
4 replies

Here I Have installed two long desk tops over these awesome storage drawers which in this case holding a lot of Leggo + Dolls.       I also hung ...

LePallet
Super Contributor
1 reply
March

Great door @GeoffB Can I ask how you fixed it all together? Did you nail from the front and screw from the back? do you have a photo of the back ? tha ...

LePallet
Super Contributor
1 reply
March

Thanks mate, it’s getting fixed to a normal plaster wall with timber studs. 2420 sheets. 6 sheets in total. I also forget to ask if I should paint it ...

LePallet
Super Contributor
1 reply
March

@TedBear Looks like your question was popular and it made me think on how I did it as well. if I remember correctly there are two ways you can do it. ...

LePallet
Super Contributor
4 replies

Hey guys I’ve installed this cladding before but I don’t know if I’m over doing it with a heap of liquid nails.im fixing the sheet to the wall with my ...

LePallet
Super Contributor
March

 Thanks @MitchellMc ill have to have a look it I have photos, but issued 30mmx30mm DAR pine for the frame, and standard DAR pine boards for the shelf, ...

LePallet
Super Contributor
1 reply
March

 Thanks @MitchellMc i thought about wanting to use Tasmanian Oak but I was after 14mm tongue and groove. In this case the door needed to one piece as ...

LePallet
Super Contributor
5 replies

  This would have to be one of my favourite builds. I have always wanted to Build a barn door and now I have made one, I can’t wait to be building ...

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