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davo67
Newbie
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As part of my interior house painting I've had a couple of bathroom cabinets repainted. The pic below doesn't really do the paintwork justice. They lo ...

silver_pear
Newbie
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Currently renovating our ensuite and installing secondhand french doors. They came without a latch, so I'm trying to figure out what type of latch co ...

dustycooks73
Occasional Browser
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G'day I'm confused as! I've had to redo my bathroom from scratch. I've pulled up the tiles and screed all the way to the cement slab. I had someone re ...

Sheralee
Budding Browser
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My partner and I have recently purchased a house and we want to renovate part of the kitchen, hopefully before we move in. It's a great kitchen, but w ...

gailfuller
Newbie
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how do you attach the laminate strip for a marquee bench top, is it ironed on?

newby3377
Regular Browser
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We are getting our hardwood floors sanded and polished in march. Under the old gas heater/ old fire place there has obviously been a tiled hearth in t ...

prettyliving
Established Contributor
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    Our laundry was pretty basic with just a standard trough and no storage. We wanted to make it more practical but had a very small budget. So we ...

kirakk
Newbie
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I hate the design of my small bathroom the colours and the restrictive optional area to work with my very struggling position of finance also creates ...

tahadaghastani
New Contributor
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Hi everyone,Looking to install a new bathroom mirror shaving cabinet into bathroom. This is an old apartment that was recently bought. I had to remove ...

Teejaybee
Budding Browser
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Is there a paint that can be used on aluminium window frames?

Steven
Budding Contributor

  Vanity Renovation The vanity project got delayed for years so I decided to pull it out of its wrappers and get it done before house falls down.. ...

Steven
Budding Contributor
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    I purchased two 2.4m Faux Wooden Venetian blinds (60mm slats) to replace some ageing metal ones) my next dilemma is finding a suitable drill or dr ...

Ron2
Newbie
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What paint can sustain the heat of an open fire when applied to the metal frame of the fire place?

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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While everyone loves open plan kitchens, in recent years butler's pantries have been growing in popularity. Butler’s pantries are not only a place ...

Ang_flange
Junior Contributor
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We moved to our 40acre property just under two years ago. With all the things we need to do in the property, renos inside the house have taken a back ...

tibz
Budding Contributor
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I am about to lay timber laminate in a lounge room that has a tile strip along one side running from the front door to the family room. The family ro ...

wooshka
Budding Contributor
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70's Bungalow we bought a couple of year ago had some dangerous steps as well as a sagging roof line at the front, ripped out the tree that was plante ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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Hi everyone, Whether it's a cherished lesson passed on from one generation to the next, a throwaway line from a mate, or something you've personally ...

Rhiannonnnn
Budding Browser
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Hi Everyone, My husband and I recently bought our first home and we’ve painted the entire house white. I now want to paint the aluminium windows black ...

PennyE
Budding Browser
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Is it ok to remove only wall tiles in the bathroom and replace them with new ones? I am concerned about waterproofing especially n the shower. pennyE

jane_5
Budding Contributor
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      I am wondering if anyone thinks it’s possible for me (moi) to remove my unwanted bath and turn my shower into a walk-in one with one piece of ...

Sarahb
New Contributor
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Hi everyone,Just bought a new place and want to have a go at my first reno job!I have laundry with nothing but a freestanding trough. Wanting to have ...

cattb
New Contributor
9 replies

I started this pantry a few days ago. We have recently repositioned our kitchen from the centre of the 120 yr old miners cottage we have bought. The ...

Kree8
Budding Contributor
13 replies

G’day, noobie here. I’ve been renovating my house for ages and it’s taking even longer again because I’m working almost full-time, have a kid, on my o ...

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