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redracer01
Junior Contributor
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This design was made for a simple laundry make over. With just a little bit of effort you can get away from that fixed steel laundry box look of the 7 ...

ProjectPete
Valued Contributor
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Recently I've been completing some renos on an 80's home getting it ready for sale. I've given the kitchen and bathroom a makeover, installed a new tr ...

Adam_W
Senior Contributor
11 replies

Well after months of delays due to everything from weather to design changes to me breaking my leg on-site… (yes, still in plaster…) we finally have o ...

mscully
Occasional Browser
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Hi there, I’m very new to this group . Hoping to get some advice from personal experiences . We need to liven up and modernise our 19yr old brick hom ...

Trusted Supplier Loctite
Trusted Supplier
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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 ...

KingStreetReno
Experienced Contributor
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We have been slowly transforming our 'backyard' AKA courtyard since moving into our Victorian inner city home. The previous owners kindly left us a ...

nk2018
New Contributor
5 replies

Hi All, I have just bought a 1920's bungalow in Rosebery which requires a little bit of TLC. We are focusing on comestic things initally. The int ...

kim00
New Contributor
14 replies

We are always trying to do things on a budget, sometimes it works, sometimes it goes over. But we love to do things to the house & as you all know it ...

WheresWally
New Contributor
10 replies

Hi all, First post here. I have two questions regarding walls and player in the home. 1. What is the stripe for shown in one of the photos? The house ...

Angelina
Budding Contributor
17 replies

Hi Everyone We're in the process of buying a old weatherboard house. We have never done a renno before, so I am trying to gather information and le ...

danieltheman
Frequent Browser
3 replies

Built a patio. Never built anything in my life... Fire on patio Burnt roof and floor I'm so proud I can build stuff

pete_brig
Budding Contributor
1 reply

We have a "standard" project home with basic kitchen cabinetry. I've been cursing/grumbling about the lack of storage & more importantly, the dysfunct ...

LaurenJoyce
Occasional Browser
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Hi There My husband & I are wanting to install floor to ceiling shelving in our office to store our books. We love the look of floating shelves but a ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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Here's the 70s-era kitchen that we inherited when purchasing our house. What would you do with it? Jason

MitchellM
Established Contributor

Work Boots are gloves to our feet, they protect us when we're doing projects around the home and can last from a few months to many years if treated ...

Di1
Budding Contributor
8 replies

Hello, I have just moved into a California Bungalow, although quite possibly the oldest one in the country!! It is a fibro house built, I think, in t ...

djh90
New Contributor
5 replies

Hey Everyone, This is my first post on here I am looking for some ideas to renovate the kitchen within a budget, abit about the property: Rental (Lau ...

dgmcreative
Budding Contributor
16 replies

Hi Guys First time post so please go easy on me, I have just purchased a 3 bedroom house with a large sloping front garden and a smallish flat rear ...

Seventies
Budding Contributor
12 replies

Hi EveryoneWe would appreciate any ideas you might have for renovating this 1970's kitchen.Budget is limited so anything significantly structural is n ...

woolfj
Junior Contributor
31 replies

skatta
New Contributor
12 replies

Looking for some ideas to renovate my Kitchen within a budget

Adam_W
Senior Contributor
5 replies

Hi team,We are finally about to embark on the next stage of our renovations & I need to order some F14 100x100mm hardwood posts. Fair enough…What I ra ...

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