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hey guys! i'm 14 and really intreaded in doing some DIYs for my new house me and my mum are getting.we have heaps of wooden coffee tables and they hav ...

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A small project I completed for my sister. Everything was brought from Bunnings.

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Hi! I just settled on my new home, an apartment in an Art Deco building in Ascot Vale. I have some experience renovating (I just sold my family home ...

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G'day everyone.We have 6 kids and the outdoor table gets crowded and if Grandparents visit, there's not enough room.I've made this, so 3 kids can sit ...

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This is my first post. I live in an old home which has no toilet inside the house. Inside bathroom has bathtub which i never use and shower screen is ...

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Wanted to make our study room just like the below with floating shelves and table but no idea where to start. Never done any DIY before so an advice o ...

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Hoping for some advice from some of you seasoned timber furniture re-furbers. I was gifted a day bed in bad condition, had been left outdoors, under p ...

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Hi, I would like to redo my front garden with tropical look. I live in Palmerston NT and hate the front garden but am unsure of what to plant here. ...

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