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firsttimereno
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Hi everyone. The kitchen in our house has a light blue glass splashback in the kitchen. I'm wondering is it best to remove this and re-tile or tile ov ...

Razzer
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Thought I would do something different. My son wanted a fish tank but I didnt want it to protrude to far in to the lounge room, so I decided to put it ...

redracer01
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Hello Kesh, To my millions of fans this lovely couple came in to the store with 45 minutes remaining. I promised them a possible layout for their big ...

cthomas
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Hi All, Just looking for opinions/ideas for our Laundry on a budget. As this laundry also has a spare toilet (currently unused until we get the new to ...

redracer01
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G'day Everyone, A client recently asked me to draw her laundry to see if everything would fit and that it would look okay, even with both machines in ...

elle88
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  Hi all how do I go about in restoring this pergola. Do i use a high water pressure or sand the wood . Does anyone know what makes the wood turn ora ...

vica
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Hi ,mates.We have a small area (130*320cm)in our kitchen that has wooden floor.We've noticed that bits of its colour seem to be flaking away .(picture ...

Jamespeter100
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Thought to make some things during COVID furlough days. Found some of my eldest daughters drawings while clearing out her old room after she moved o ...

prettyliving
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firenevac
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sandoorus
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I wanted to share with you my feature wall I made out of pallets. It is my entrance hallway. Everything I used was from bunnings.          

wendalls
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We're looking to do a kitchen update - among other things - but the Kitchen is the thing I'm finding hardest to decide, it's one of the most expensive ...

prettyliving
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      This past week I’ve been working on a ‘ute’ bookshelf for my son. I used pine boards from Bunnings which I stained with black paint and water ...

r_j_h_drn
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We had a fairly large mirror we removed from our en-suite bathroom and thought it a shame to discard. Instead opted to turn it into an oversized ornat ...

MelissaM1
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Hi,I am in a rental, and gained permission to hang curtains and remove the revolting verticals. Recent surgery prevented me from doing it myself, my n ...

Super66
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To cold to go outside, so I thought I would Design and 3D print some Super tyre valve covers for my wheelchair.. l

JRRed
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Hi,Recently I had all my internal doors painted white. They were previously painted in classic cream.All my door knobs are brass and cream and I wish ...

Maymay
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Hi expert team I need to repair my garage ceiling , could you Please tell me what materials and steps to fix the ceiling this is the damage and please ...

handyman_mossa
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Hi Team,Just wondering if there are any workshops/short courses for cabinet making for Kitchens and Built-in Wardrobes. (Or maybe Volunteering)Near Gr ...

kingj11
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We attempted our first diy project last week after speaking to the staff at Bunnings we felt confident to give it a go we purchased 3 wall panels they ...

rasp-tin
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I want to build a fire place mantle and add wainscoating on both sides.Can I counter sink concrete nails in 4.8mm masonite without the nails pulling ...

ShelleyBean
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I have moved into a "crummy" unit that is part of an old warehouse conversion. The concrete floor looks like it hasn't been touched at all - it's cove ...

roxburghstreet
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I currently have my laundry stacked on top of each other but looking for ideas to move my washer and dryer side by side as I am starting to feels the ...

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