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prettyliving
Junior 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 ...

tomatowi
Newbie
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Hi, I'm getting a tiler to remove and install new tiles to my toilet floor. Somehow, in the quote, it says grout to be provided by me. Can I ask whic ...

Rebecca2
Frequent Browser
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Hi guys, I've recently moved into a 3 bedroom rental home by the beach. It's fine but the bathroom needs a lot of tlc. There's a stain in the bathtub ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
21 replies

Sorry it’s taken me longer than expected to get this post up. Back on the Easter long weekend I dedicated my time to a few things around the hous ...

Justlucky2k2
Budding Contributor
3 replies

   First of all thanks workshop community for helping and guiding towards successful renovation of my bathroom. I have an old house which has a laund ...

Sez
Junior Contributor
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The old bathroom had to be completely gutted and done again. To make things easier we left all plumbing so things were done easier. I used a old lamp ...

Mathy
Super Contributor
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I’ve started on the laundry as the tile removal is the most daunting. It’s 1.45m x 1.2m - a small space that has a folding door to hide it. Unfortun ...

amelia
New Contributor
5 replies

Hi allWe just purchased a place that we will move into in a few years. However in the meantime we plan to rent it out for a year or two.The previous o ...

Victordepp
New Contributor
7 replies

Reno at mums house. She had a leak in the shower so I decided to do all the bathroom and toilet floor. Never done anything like this before. But after ...

tahadaghastani
New Contributor
5 replies

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 ...

Justlucky2k2
Budding Contributor
22 replies

This is my first post. I live in an old home which has no toilet inside the house. Inside bathroom has bathtub which i never use and shower screen i ...

michaelhenny
New Contributor
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What's the best layout for a laundry room that is about 2.2m x 1.6m? Ideally I would love a galley style laundry room. One side will have the washing ...

dannyrus
Junior Contributor
13 replies

Hey folks, I'm mid-way through a bathroom reno and I managed to pick up a used vanity with tap, so would like to be able to use it all if possible. Th ...

hermes
Junior Contributor
15 replies

 Advice appreciated regarding replacement or cleaning of small  bathroom ceiling. Bathroom measures 2.2W x2.4L x2.9HBesides the obvious installation o ...

redracer01
Valued 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 ...

tracymonks
New Contributor
2 replies

Hi all, I'm hoping you can help me out with an idea to spruce up my laundry. I need storage and bench space. Im not sure on layout because its an odd ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
7 replies

Just thought I'd share some work I've just completed for a customer. Total of 21 hours work over 3 days (allowing for drying times, etc). As always, h ...

WAbec
Budding Contributor
7 replies

Hi everyone, I’m hoping for some advice as I don’t seem to be getting anywhere with the tradies I’ve contacted so far. Sorry about the long post but t ...

Irene
Regular Browser
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Hi, I am rather new at all this and operating without a budget really, but....I have a old glass sliding shower screen across a long shower space with ...

artrato3
Junior Contributor
10 replies

We have no money to spend on this dated bathroom to make it more appealing to buyers as we have to spend it all on the yard and retaining walls as it' ...

HuntJorg
Bolted-on Browser
3 replies

Looking for some advice on how to fix up our bathroom. I’ve tried bleach many times and simply can not get rid of the mould. My husband has used silic ...

julia12
Bolted-on Browser
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Hi workshop renos people. I am currently renovating my laundry and my tiler has installed a splashback the same as my floors. I do have a washer and ...

kim00
New Contributor
16 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 ...

CeeBee
New Contributor
7 replies

Hi, I’m hoping for a bit of direction with regards to floor prep and waterproofing before I re-tile my laundry so I don’t continue to feel like I’m li ...