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Kim
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Wow @Ben what an amazing transformation! I've been considering the same thing for our backyard. What type of grass did you opt for?

Kim
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These are cool! Well done @GCS! Are the pallets comfortable to lounge on, even with the cushions??

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Lovely planters... but as the entire area appears very grey and black a pop of colour could do wonders. Even a strip of vibrant colour around each on ...

Kim
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Remove a damaged screw! If you're a DIYer like me, you no doubt damage your screws on the way in by using your cordless driver overzealously. Screw ex ...

Kim
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To be totally honest - and it doesn't reflect my typical Bunnings purchase - it was a coffee and a dotty cookie!

Kim
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Wow what a great idea @Wayne! I'd love one of these - sending link to my husband now!!

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Thanks for sharing @Jackson - see you there! Kim

Kim
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How rewarding! Well done @Super66! What a lovely initiative...

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We recently moved into a new home and were fortunate to have the entire block landscaped... except for the rear yard area. At around 25m wide, and 12 ...

BIM_Engineer
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@RenoMia the old lime based mortar isn't compliance with todays codes & Standards for new or renovated housesHaving said that the biggest problem you' ...

Waters
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Hi all, I am considering trying to build a wardrobe out of 16mm melamine.I would like my wardrobe to be 2000x1790x595mm. How do I calculate how much m ...

Annette
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Another American "thang" is to have a cellar or basement which is very practical as an extra room or storage area. I would love to see more houses in ...

Mon_16
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I'm a big fan of vacuum sealed storage bags. I bought them in bulk and they are great to store out of season clothing items, spare doonas and pillows ...

Isobel
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@Kermit I just read this article on mud rooms and wondered whether anyone on Workshop had talked about them before. They are a great idea.

CathD
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I love the changing trees at this time of year. There are so many beautiful streetscapes. I took this photo at Healesville yesterday and thought I wou ...

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Kim
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Lovely planters... but as the entire area appears very grey and black a pop of colour could do wonders. Even a strip of vibrant colour around each on ...

Kim
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Remove a damaged screw! If you're a DIYer like me, you no doubt damage your screws on the way in by using your cordless driver overzealously. Screw ex ...

Kim
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Wow what a great idea @Wayne! I'd love one of these - sending link to my husband now!!

Kim
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Thanks for sharing @Jackson - see you there! Kim

Kim
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I'd completely overspend on the oven, and a rangehood that doesn't sound like a 747 engine. We've been lumped with the standard Metricon supplied oven ...

Kim
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Wowee! That lamb shoulder looks amazing Ben. I think I'm going to investigate a smoker myself...

Kim
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Thanks all for the helpful advice. I'll be running some bbq experiments to test all feedback!

Kim
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After more than a year after deciding on a bit of a sea change for our family, and constantly searching the property market without success, we have d ...

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