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Darren
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Darren
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I can sum up my biggest challenge in one word - finishing. I find that I'm always more excited to start a new project than finish an old one. It expla ...

Darren
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Hey @ColR, with this budget unfortunately there was no way of incorporating any new plumbing. We thought about putting in one of those toilets that ha ...

Darren
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Hi @Anan, yes I did give a watering system some thought. But in the end I decided against installing one as I wanted to keep the look of the garden cl ...

Darren
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Thanks for the shout out @Isobel! @Appleeye, we had one of these sliding shower screens in our smaller second bathroom and it was a horrible relic of ...

Darren
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Thanks @RenoQueen, tiles really can break the budget - good thing is there are plenty of options out there.

Darren
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The final reveal And we're done. OK, there's a little bit more work to do on the exterior of the window to clean up the dodgy ugly eaves but the inter ...

Darren
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Hey @Jason, yes and no is the answer. The bathroom is all but done save for one small thing - the bath tap. Originally we selected a swivel tap that m ...

Darren
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Cordless drill, impact driver and orbital sander for me.

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Ben
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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 ...

ProjectPete
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That's a winner @Darren - well done! Be proud and go and enjoy it!

Community Manager Jason
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Workshop community update #72 Hi all, After many weeks of updates, it was exciting to see the final reveal of Darren's bathroom transformation. C ...

Community Manager Jason
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Thanks again for sharing your journey in such an informative and entertaining manner @Darren. I'm sure community members appreciate the advice and les ...

Dallas_Mc
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Hi all,I thought I'd provide an update as I had some spare time over the weekend to give this project a fair crack, and thankfully the weather held up ...

Dallas_Mc
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Nice one @Darren! An amazing result and I'm sure the tub will get used a fair bit to waste away some cold winter day's with a good book!

Jackson
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@BIM_Engineer - my mum told me that if I didn't have anything nice to say, I shouldn't say anything at all. I'm also not sure how much value there is ...

Community Manager Jason
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Hi all, This is a good opportunity to remind all community members about the Workshop rules of participation. Our key guideline with posting is to s ...

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Darren
Experienced Contributor
6 replies

I can sum up my biggest challenge in one word - finishing. I find that I'm always more excited to start a new project than finish an old one. It expla ...

Darren
Experienced Contributor

Hey @ColR, with this budget unfortunately there was no way of incorporating any new plumbing. We thought about putting in one of those toilets that ha ...

Darren
Experienced Contributor

Hi @Anan, yes I did give a watering system some thought. But in the end I decided against installing one as I wanted to keep the look of the garden cl ...

Darren
Experienced Contributor
1 reply

Thanks for the shout out @Isobel! @Appleeye, we had one of these sliding shower screens in our smaller second bathroom and it was a horrible relic of ...

Darren
Experienced Contributor
5 replies

The final reveal And we're done. OK, there's a little bit more work to do on the exterior of the window to clean up the dodgy ugly eaves but the inter ...

Darren
Experienced Contributor
6 replies

Hey @Jason, yes and no is the answer. The bathroom is all but done save for one small thing - the bath tap. Originally we selected a swivel tap that m ...

Darren
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Nice work @Dallas_Mc, looking forward to seeing the finished project!

Darren
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Days 14 & 15: Edging closer Another milestone - the bath is in! Tiling is almost done - still a few tiles short under the vanity - and grouting is hal ...

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