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Itai
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Itai
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Tuesday

Thanks TedBear ... that's a good point. Thought we're lucky because we have a nice huge (also 1.8m) sliding window above the sink, which I will be att ...

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Monday

Hi TedBear. Yeah, folding doors were the first thing I looked at. Unfortunately they're just too costly. Would've been lovely though!

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Sunday

Hey @MitchellMcThanks for grabbing that price. Much better than I thought, though still at the top end of my budget even without installation.I've gon ...

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a week ago

@MitchellMc Thanks mate, appreciate it.Yeah, I'd love the bi-fold doors ... but my budget is $2.5k supply and installed. And from what I can tell, tha ...

Itai
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a week ago

Some lessons learnt along the way:1. If you sell your old kitchen, then you can actually charge someone to demolish it for you 2. Levelling cabinets i ...

Itai
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a week ago

Hey All. We finished the whole house reno, including the kitchen. Thought I'd share all the photos for the kitchen (the rest later). I'm quite proud o ...

Itai
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a week ago

Hey @MitchellMc No, that's ok. I think either way it's going to be out of budget, as there's a few things we want to do in our outdoors space. Regar ...

Itai
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a week ago

@MitchellMc To answer your other questions, I'm intending to building a deck out the back. But you will step down onto it as if I make it the same hei ...

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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Saturday

Hi @Itai, I received the quote back from Hume for the timber alfresco two-door set. All up that would be $2393. This might not be within your budget ...

Chaks_DIY
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a week ago

Amazing job mate ! Inspo for days Regards

Community Manager Jason
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a week ago

Congratulations on what you have achieved @Itai and thank you for sharing photos as well as lessons learned along the way. I'm sure the community will ...

Jimi
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October

Hi @Itai, the below may help...

Shane
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December

https://www.workshop.com.au/t5/Whole-of-House/An-easy-way-to-repair-holes-in-plaster-walls/m-p/8318

Mathy
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December

Hi @Itai - you’ve really just ripped off the cosmetic part, so structurally you should be fine. Good luck with it, take your time and have a wonderful ...

Community Manager Jason
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October 2019

Congratulations and good luck with the renovation project @Itai. We are looking forward to seeing how you transform your home. I'm sure the Workshop c ...

Kermit
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October 2019

@Itai Here's my advice... I'd recommend you post separately about each room you want to tackle. Eg post some photos of your kitchen and talk about an ...

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Itai
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Monday

Hi TedBear. Yeah, folding doors were the first thing I looked at. Unfortunately they're just too costly. Would've been lovely though!

Itai
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Sunday

Hey @MitchellMcThanks for grabbing that price. Much better than I thought, though still at the top end of my budget even without installation.I've gon ...

Itai
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1 reply
a week ago

Some lessons learnt along the way:1. If you sell your old kitchen, then you can actually charge someone to demolish it for you 2. Levelling cabinets i ...

Itai
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2 replies
a week ago

Hey All. We finished the whole house reno, including the kitchen. Thought I'd share all the photos for the kitchen (the rest later). I'm quite proud o ...

Itai
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2 replies
a week ago

Hey @MitchellMc No, that's ok. I think either way it's going to be out of budget, as there's a few things we want to do in our outdoors space. Regar ...

Itai
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a week ago

@MitchellMc To answer your other questions, I'm intending to building a deck out the back. But you will step down onto it as if I make it the same hei ...

Itai
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a week ago

Hey @MitchellMc Thanks for the above info and image. I totally agree that folding doors would be the best, unfortunately as far as I can tell, they'll ...

Itai
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a week ago

@darryl7 Wow, that's pretty impressive! It's really difficult to build cabinets from scratch. Everything has to be perfectly square, and then I still ...

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