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Tara86
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My daughters decided they wanted to share a bedroom. Issue was how to sort out 2 bedroom cupboards into 1. Previous drawers I used were old and fallin ...

Tara86
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Finally got sick of my 3 kids dumping their bags, shoes etc at the front door every night! Not to mention the ninja like moves we’d recreate while ent ...

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Kintsuglue is a new moldable putty that can be used to repair, reconstruct, enhance and protect. The putty has many applications, including repairing ...

pete_brig
Budding Contributor
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We have an al fresco area & wanted/needed a coffee table, especially as we had visitors coming over My wife had salvaged 2 Euro pallets from roofing t ...

pete_brig
Budding Contributor
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We have a lot of unused space under the breakfast bench--the perfect place for some storage. The AWW (Edit: changed Mrs to AWW, Amazing Wonderful Wife ...

Fangles
New Contributor
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I'm going to be building a big workbench for my office and am unsure of what timber I should be using for the Apron and was needing some advice. The t ...

DIYology
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I made this some time ago using pallets. It’s so rewarding to see the look on people’s faces when they realised they are sitting on furniture you ...

Monika
Newbie
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Hi, just wondering if anyone knows how or where I could learn to make a basic coffee table from scratch? any tips would be great

Peakn
Budding Browser
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I have salvaged an old table my partner liked, and painted it with a water based paint that she aquired because she liked the colour. Can i put a wate ...

redracer01
Junior Contributor
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Most of the computer tables in the market are of an office type design. I needed a compact table that would store all my gear and then some. My apolog ...

Carol_Prime
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Carol_Prime
Junior Contributor
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Jamespeter100
Junior Contributor
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Make a chair To read a book. I must be old, still use inches. About 10 metres of wood,

wa
New Contributor
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HiI bought a bunk bed and the side accedently got broken, it is a 115x186x2.5 cm MDF. I reached out to few handy men but non could help me to remade a ...

Shane
Established Contributor
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Robots have been taught to assemble flat-packed furniture. Scientists in Singapore spent three years programming the robot - made of arms, grippers, s ...

Fitzie
Regular Browser
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As a Carpenter's daughter I was brought up with wood shavings in my hair and the perfume of fresh wood... Spent many hours just watching my Dad chisel ...

Yorky88
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I had a request from a camp that has booked th campsite that I manage. They would like a lectern. So of course I was happy to ablige Here are some pi ...

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