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Community Manager Jason
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Whether you just want to rejuvinate a tired bathroom or start from scratch with a complete renovation, planning is the key to creating a beautiful and ...

Angelina
Budding Contributor
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Hi EveryoneWe'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 learn ...

woolfj
Junior Contributor
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Community Manager Jason
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ProjectPete
Valued Contributor
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As mentioned, we're building a new home and I've already written about our decision to build new rather than renovate so thought I'd share some of the ...

Angelina
Budding Contributor
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Hi everyone We are in the process of buying a property which has this large shed at the end of the garden. The block is a fair size at 1200sqm so ide ...

Trying
Super Contributor
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Asking for advice here please. Looking to buy a new cordless drill for general household use. Too many choices have left me totally confused. Booked o ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager

Workshop community update #88 Hi all, It’s a privilege to chat to Workshop community members and share their amazing stories. It’s fantastic to ...

kaylah_rose
Experienced Contributor
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Hi everyone, I have been looking around for inspiration for our new home and how we can spruce it up. Our home is from the 80's and has some pretty ho ...

harry_s
Budding Browser
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Looking forward to build wardrobe in kids bedroom for size 2500 (w) x 2500(h) x 600 (d). Any suggestions and tentative cost involved.

Moosdad
New Contributor
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Hi guys this is my first ever post. My wife and I brought our first home and we have started to prepare for paint. We have come across some problems w ...

donkeybrothers
New Contributor
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I've seen those fancy code locks that don't require a key are becoming more popular. They are a great idea. I'm keen to install one for our backyard s ...

harry
Frequent Browser
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Will $217 countertop charcoal pain kit will enough for this area and Ian that colour will b suitable for above colour thanks

LouK
New Contributor
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Hi Everyone. I need to adjust my gutters to get the correct fall towards downpipe ect. How do i go about it?? Ive attached a photo of my gutters and ...

dgmcreative
Budding Contributor
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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 ...

Andadams
Junior Contributor
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I have finally finished my latest DIY project, which unfortunately took me over 6weeks from start to finish. But now that my table reno is completed, ...

beckyboo
Budding Contributor
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Hi, I'm very new to DIY. This will be my first ever project. Last week I bought an old Millard caravan for 500 dollars. I'm unsure of the year and mo ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager

Workshop community update #87 Hi all, Workshop members this week have been discussing their biggest challenges when it comes to home improvem ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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Workshop community update #76 Hi all, New Workshop member @LePallet has very quickly built serious cred in the Workshop community. The talented ...

deborah
Budding Contributor
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Hi everyone. I have a 80s franklain caravan and it needs reworking inside but don't want to start ripping everything out and find I have done the wron ...

RobPegley
Established Contributor
18 replies

Renovated an old 70s Millard caravan from scratch with a Penguin Classics book theme. Hard work, but well worth the results of a Xmas Holiday projec ...

hannah
New Contributor
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Hi all, We are currently renovating our 1960s brick home. We are situated pretty close to the beach so we are going for a coastal / Swedish vibe. ...