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pete_brig
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pete_brig
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March

Hi @TinaE Great suggestions from@Remarka6le & @EricL IMOMy 2c worth would be toextend the bathroom space into the old laundr space by about 300mm, rea ...

pete_brig
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January

Hi @SxcMnx Yes, another great suggestion from @MitchellMc along with drawings for visualisation. Just a couple of comments from me. Because you're goi ...

pete_brig
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January

Thanks @MitchellMc . @

pete_brig
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January

Hi @Wellyeaman Stating the obvious but that's a challenging site with fall along the length & side-to-side. My suggestion is to use timber to build a ...

pete_brig
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July

Great work @Welding_Virgin! I confess I misread your name as WeDding Virgin, sort of appropriate given the gynaecologist reference or was it a Freudia ...

pete_brig
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July

Noice work @LePallet--this popped up in response to my postLove the grain, imperfections, & colour of the finish. How did you edge join the lengths-- ...

pete_brig
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July

Hi @EricL I used Bondall's walnut stain and varnish--I chose walnut to counter the lightness of the Ash, and it helps to hide the joints in the panel. ...

pete_brig
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In need of a dining table & not a fan of flat pack, I had previously made a table using a merbau fence panel . That's now being consigned to the outdo ...

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Welding_Virgin
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About 15 years ago we had a wooden deck installed. It is about 25 sq metres. The decking which was some sort of hardwood was actually in good shap ...

LePallet
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A good mate of mine pulled these facia beams off an old house and asked if I could turn them into a dining table.The glue up was challenging with the ...

redracer01
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April 2021

Hello @HayHay Hello and welcome to Bunnings Workshop. Have you thought about painting the ceiling all black matt? Modern office studios and the new t ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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April 2021

Those are some innovative projects using panels @pete_brig. I really like the design you've gone for on the console table and great thinking on the ta ...

redracer01
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February 2021

Hello @caren There are several ways to achieve that drawer functionality you are after. A perfect example is @pete_brig 's drawer transformation effo ...

clancy504
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December 2020

Thanks for pics - I think they look pretty good. I was thinking glass, but the tiles would be lots cheaper. Now I need to get motivated and decide  T ...

dean
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I have only been playing around with wood for 2 months now, and at the start of September i decided to build a table after i completed a coffee table ...

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pete_brig
Experienced Contributor
2 replies
March

Hi @TinaE Great suggestions from@Remarka6le & @EricL IMOMy 2c worth would be toextend the bathroom space into the old laundr space by about 300mm, rea ...

pete_brig
Experienced Contributor
January

Hi @SxcMnx Yes, another great suggestion from @MitchellMc along with drawings for visualisation. Just a couple of comments from me. Because you're goi ...

pete_brig
Experienced Contributor
January

Thanks @MitchellMc . @

pete_brig
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3 replies
January

Hi @Wellyeaman Stating the obvious but that's a challenging site with fall along the length & side-to-side. My suggestion is to use timber to build a ...

pete_brig
Experienced Contributor
1 reply
July

Great work @Welding_Virgin! I confess I misread your name as WeDding Virgin, sort of appropriate given the gynaecologist reference or was it a Freudia ...

pete_brig
Experienced Contributor
July

Hi @EricL I used Bondall's walnut stain and varnish--I chose walnut to counter the lightness of the Ash, and it helps to hide the joints in the panel. ...

pete_brig
Experienced Contributor
2 replies

In need of a dining table & not a fan of flat pack, I had previously made a table using a merbau fence panel . That's now being consigned to the outdo ...

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