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StuckAtHome
Newbie
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Hello I hope you can help. Would be most grateful. Total newbie but my dilemma will be a common one right now. Due to the state of the world right now ...

DesRigby
New Contributor
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We are thrilled with our new BBQ Workbench. It was a simple project for my partner Carol. It was assembled using Racking and a beautiful Bamboo Timber ...

Bendt
Budding Contributor
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Hi All! First time DIYer looking for some advice on a floating table. I was wondering if it was possible to install a floating shelf strong enough to ...

KevinMall
Budding Contributor
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Here are photos of my now 95 percent complete timber bench seat made from treated timber sleepers,which i dressed (in part myself).       It me ...

KevinMall
Budding Contributor
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Hi all, I am a complete newcomber and this timber workbench is my first major project. Last night it was "repurposed" as a party table for my daught ...

topper
Budding Contributor
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G'day All, To start off with, I am a complete Novice with this kind of stuff, so I am open to (hopefully friendly) feedback. For this, I have taken in ...

luca
New Contributor
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I needed a low bench behind my sofa, just underneath the fittings of the retractable sofa back-maximum height 34cm. Anything on the market is too tal ...

LePallet
Super Contributor
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ThalmannDirk
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ThalmannDirk
Budding Contributor
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Presenting my collection of spray paint on surfboards, skateboards, snowboards but also furniture as chairs, tables,etc... Let me know what you think. ...

cadsman
Junior Contributor
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MitchellM
Valued Contributor
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Break up crayons and lay them in the groove, melt with a heat gun.Scrap back excess so, crayon layer is flush with surface.Sand with orbital sander, t ...

theskywaspink
Budding Contributor
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Hi all, I've been a reader for a while but not posted anything. It's been a long time since I've touched any power tools for a lengthy time, but still ...

briggsyard
New Contributor
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Our outdoor kitchen is coming along great guns  

Arcc
Junior Contributor
33 replies

Needing to organise and store my powertools I undertook this little project. Built almost entirely from wood repurposed from crates and pallets it w ...

Stuardo
Established Contributor
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My living room is quite small so I try to save space however I can. I re-used an old TV unit my brother didn't want, pulled it apart and re-used some ...

Angi
New Contributor
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Four square book case I've had for awhile decided to turn into TV and DVD entertainment unit. When putting it together leave out top middle board for ...

ElleM
Bolted-on Browser
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Upcycled a couple of old ugly filing cabinets with fresh white paint, picture frames, new fittings and casters, and trimmed an Interbuild Acacia Utili ...

Poppop
Experienced Contributor
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prettyliving
Established Contributor
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            Thought I’d share my little diy project from yesterday (was mostly an excuse to try out my new Ryobi sander.  I had a little decora ...

bex26
Frequent Browser
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So I decided to give this only tv unit new life and transform it into a big bird cage for my little man.         

Dark
Junior Contributor
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Life things got in the way but i managed to get a table build in. Made from heat treated pine pallets doesnt require much in terms of tools but a fun ...

dean
Junior Contributor
14 replies

I have only been playing around with wood for 2 months now, and at the start of September i decided to build a table after i completed a coffee table ...

Demo
Junior Contributor
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