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ogosh
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ogosh
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July

Hi @PeggersI did a home-office build a couple years back, see here for any inspiration.home office build

ogosh
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July

Hi @StevieB,Good timing.... I have just moved the desk and will be resetting it all up shortly in a new space and will send an update as soon as that ...

ogosh
Junior Contributor
April 2020

You can mask up the surface with masking tape to prevent scratching and tear out and use a good straight edge and circular saw to rip it and then cros ...

ogosh
Junior Contributor
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April 2020

Hi @bluemoonskye, Thanks for your kind comments, The acacia panel is designed as a wet area/kitchen benchtop, so is finished on all 6 sides and ready ...

ogosh
Junior Contributor
March 2020

I used the same design but with 4 uprights to support a full 2200mm table top.But you seem to have 3 x L shaped extensions along the back... are they ...

ogosh
Junior Contributor
March 2020

Looks great 20mm is plenty strong enough particularly given the shorter spans once tightened up it’s really quite rigid!good stuff, look forward to se ...

ogosh
Junior Contributor
1 reply
August 2018

A few people have sent me messages asking about cost, so without too detailed a breakdown here they are:Pipe, fittings, timber panel, and screws for t ...

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DiamondDave
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Ok so I ordered a new mattress and was tossing up buying a base or building one. Saw some nice units in the shops but wow! , a bit pricy. So off to M ...

bluemoonskye
Junior Contributor
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April 2020

Great planning! What did you cut it with? I have a saw table but it doesn’t have a fine tooth blade on it. And I’m worried I might wreck the timber!

-wce2019-
Former Community Member
January 2020

G'day @OldMate and @Jason, sorry for the late replies, i have been really caught up with a lot of projects recently (involved in moving house), so i ...

magen_
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September 2019

Thank you so much for your message, @2Belindas! I’ve only just finished moving and spent my first night here last night so I’m finally getting a chanc ...

ElleM
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Upcycled a couple of old ugly filing cabinets with fresh white paint, picture frames, new fittings and casters, and trimmed an Interbuild Acacia Utili ...

bluemoonskye
Junior Contributor
3 replies
April 2020

@ogosh Loved the progress commentary & photos. Was inspirational. I purchased that acacia timber length (marked as a shelf), with the hope of cu ...

Stuardo
Experienced Contributor
8 replies

My living room is quite small so I try to save space however I can. I re-used an old TV unit my brother didn't want, pulled it apart and re-used some ...

darryl7
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ogosh
Junior Contributor
July

Hi @PeggersI did a home-office build a couple years back, see here for any inspiration.home office build

ogosh
Junior Contributor
July

Hi @StevieB,Good timing.... I have just moved the desk and will be resetting it all up shortly in a new space and will send an update as soon as that ...

ogosh
Junior Contributor
April 2020

You can mask up the surface with masking tape to prevent scratching and tear out and use a good straight edge and circular saw to rip it and then cros ...

ogosh
Junior Contributor
2 replies
April 2020

Hi @bluemoonskye, Thanks for your kind comments, The acacia panel is designed as a wet area/kitchen benchtop, so is finished on all 6 sides and ready ...

ogosh
Junior Contributor
March 2020

I used the same design but with 4 uprights to support a full 2200mm table top.But you seem to have 3 x L shaped extensions along the back... are they ...

ogosh
Junior Contributor
March 2020

Looks great 20mm is plenty strong enough particularly given the shorter spans once tightened up it’s really quite rigid!good stuff, look forward to se ...

ogosh
Junior Contributor
1 reply
August 2018

A few people have sent me messages asking about cost, so without too detailed a breakdown here they are:Pipe, fittings, timber panel, and screws for t ...

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