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Hi,We are currently renting and have a bay window in our front living room. We would love to make a bench seat that would be removable if we move out. ...

Super66
Established Contributor

I made a monitor stand, from a single slab of wood, and using a biscuit joiner and glue. I am not to sure what type of wood it is but I think is some ...

eriktank
Regular Browser
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Made an attempt at my own wall mounted tv unit. Reused the glass shelf from the old tv unit, and finished it off with some LED them lighting. I t ...

Madmoggy
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Powells
New Contributor
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Can anyone help with the best product to use for the purpose of creating a limewash finish to a previously dark stained dining table. I don't know wh ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
14 replies

I recently installed the below floating desk for a customer of mine so I thought I'd share the process at a high level and the end result which we're ...

64DRGN
New Contributor
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Hi There,I was wondering if anyone can advise if you are able to drill into the side of Flexi Storage Clever cubes. I would like to attach a bench top ...

Serveh
Budding Contributor
5 replies

Hi Everyone, Would you please help me to find out if it is possible to hang a heavy mirror on a wall without stud. I found some heavy duty/ stud free ...

mk1
New Contributor
5 replies

Hi,I have this new house purchased couple of months back. Whenever we use stairs to go up or down, we would feel nails on our foot, sometimes really ...

redracer01
Valued Contributor

Project panel, slim line cabinets and steel legs. A touch of green.

MitchellM
Valued Contributor
4 replies

I thought I would share a pallet coffee table I built over my weekend. I used a very similar process to the D.I.Y. article How to build a simple co ...

ninewa
New Contributor
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