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Razzer
New Contributor
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Here is a build that I did in my garage. It is made mainly out of 18mm MDF. I have attached a before and after photo. The vertical draws are to hold 1 ...

cthomas
New Contributor
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Hi All, Just looking for opinions/ideas for our Laundry on a budget. As this laundry also has a spare toilet (currently unused until we get the new to ...

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 ...

uses
Newbie
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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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    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 ...

orps
Budding Contributor
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Would love some advice/ideas for redoing our laundry space to accomodate our two cats. Right now, this is what our laundry looks like, it's set into ...

Maoling
New Contributor
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 I want to have an adjustable 8 tier, over the door wire rack for my pantry.  It is really expensive to buy online (can't seem to find any in any sto ...

prettyliving
Experienced Contributor
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      This past week I’ve been working on a ‘ute’ bookshelf for my son. I used pine boards from Bunnings which I stained with black paint and water ...

Baggs
Budding Contributor
12 replies

Hey hey. After the shed was finished I needed a work bench. After a lot of searching on the net I found the basic design I was after and went from ...

cadsman
Established Contributor
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Latest project just completed, Bunnings merbau decking and ply, left over cover sheets of colorbond and a bit of pine and hardwood framing. Clear glos ...

nivvi28
New Contributor
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Hi Everyone, I needed some guidance on building a tree branch shaped bookshelf with wood. I have a reference pic to show what I want to make. Can so ...

BrendanB
Budding Contributor
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smszsn
New Contributor
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Hi Sir, I am looking to make some adjustment to my laundry area on top of the washing and dryer to make more space. The pictures of the area and the ...

Jimi
Junior Contributor
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To get the tools out of the garage, I built a solid steel shed from scratch. Far from an expert welder, I sourced the steel beams from a local supplie ...

td81
New Contributor
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Hi all,I'm looking to build a desk for the office here as I can't seem to find anything suitable other than in IKEA (and the the $300 delivery cost is ...

lcooksey88
New Contributor
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Love our garage make over to increase storage space & most importantly create a functional space for everyone!                

pneri
New Contributor
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Hi everyoneI am just wondering if anyone would know where i can purchase a 4" T-Dust extractor fitting here in Australia, or even any size? RegardsPhi ...

Handyandy180
Budding Browser
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Hi All I'm in the process of building a 7ft x 7ft or 2134mm (Timber shed. Ive been able to source free timber and the build is at the frame stage (flo ...

roxburghstreet
New Contributor
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I currently have my laundry stacked on top of each other but looking for ideas to move my washer and dryer side by side as I am starting to feels the ...

woodalwaysworks
Established Contributor
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     Changing a small space for maximum storage

Jimi
Junior Contributor
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Before After ripping out the old sink cupboard and wall tiles, I decided to utilise all space available in the Laundry to make it a productive and e ...

Ginjourney
Newbie
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Im a bit of a newbie at DIY and home owning. I have a garage that is a bit tight for two cars but has a separate lockable part of about 2 x 3m. I have ...

Wayne
Super Contributor
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