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riessy
Newbie
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  Hi all, I am hoping someone might be able to help with ideas on how to fix a pressed metal coffee table. It has some wear on the top which o am h ...

Razzer
Budding Contributor
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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 ...

Shagen
Budding Contributor
15 replies

Hi, I am new here. This is a great community with lots of ideas. I have a question which I hope someone with more knowledge and experience can help. ...

Patto
New Contributor
5 replies

Bunnings have recently stocked these great steel industrial looking black metal legs. They went well with the solid Ash panel to make my son this stud ...

farrspray1
New Contributor
8 replies

Can someone please advise whether the Practa 2 door cabinet has a space allowance down the bottom at the back for the cabinet to sit flush against the ...

jeevanfranciz
Budding Contributor
6 replies

Rustic computer desk made with pine and coated with Walnut stain and vintage White matte finish paint.      

DexterOz
Budding Contributor
14 replies

I am trying to install my rangehood but when i took out my old rangehood i can notice the new rangehood has four screw slots on top roof. But as my ki ...

jeevanfranciz
Budding Contributor

Rustic Study desk with Maple stain and vintage white paint theme.     

DungeonDweller
Budding Contributor
10 replies

WHERE DA GAMER'S AT? Hey everyone. Thought I'd post a pic of my ISO WIP. It's going to be a board game table. The flat screen insert is so I can us ...

timdawg
Budding Contributor
18 replies

hey guys i'm tim and i thought there's no better way of introducing myself to workshop than by sharing one of my projects so here it is... i came ac ...

MonkeyLearn
Budding Contributor
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I'm building a few things out of pallets including shelves, tables etc. and I was wondering about what the best way to finish them would be. I have a ...

Shagen
Budding Contributor
4 replies

After almost 2 months (mostly working on weekends), I completed my first project. I only had circular saw, a power drill and an orbital sander at that ...

uses
Budding Browser
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Hi  just wondering how people source replacement or extra shelves for kaboodle cabinetry. I wrongly assumed that being a flexible modular system you ...

prettyliving
Experienced Contributor
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prvz27
Junior Contributor
12 replies

Hi everyone! So I have recently installed a study desk in my bedroom here https://www.workshop.com.au/t5/Living-and-Bedroom/What-wood-to-use-for-a-stu ...

Rufaro01
Junior Contributor
2 replies

Started another planter box today. I've added some seating to it and have gone for a zen type of design. This is Part B.. nearly complete. Few more de ...

Mumzo
New Contributor
8 replies

A while back there were Bunnings instructions to make a round coffee table that may have been made from strips of dowel?. It was a lovely effect that ...

knowingthings
New Contributor
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Just finished my custom king size bed head project on my own. I’ve been working to learn more and more of the tools this year, and while there are a f ...

Mark08
New Contributor
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Hi there I have a table and two chairs that are rusting out but some paint still remains. i would like to restore this setting as it was a gift fr ...

mmkl
New Contributor
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I’m planning on making a desk to fit in a specific area. It’s an awkward space and not ideal but it’s the only area I can set up a workspace.I’m not v ...

HenriEtte
Budding Contributor
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I built this table approx 12 months ago. This was my first project. I studied a Bunnings DIY video and learnt that way. I also made a bench using ...

Jane2
Budding Browser
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My armchair arms have split due to sun. The chair itself is in good condition. I had thought about adding timber to the arms, but as arms have a slig ...

handyman_mossa
New Contributor
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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 ...

Dannik
New Contributor
1 reply

Hi!I’m seeking advice of how to temporarily fix a kitchen cabinet with water damage. I have read some suggestions on the use of adhesive, clamps and w ...

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