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KingStreetReno
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Currently renovating a Victorian house in Melbourne's inner south-east.
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@katsmith We recently installed a Ring video doorbell 2 as part of our reno. We have a brick Victorian house, so people used to bash our doorknocker s ...

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@Jason The actual build has been going great with minimal issues. The biggest lesson has been to hire an interior designer before the build starts if ...

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Final kitchen design...Cabinets: Shaker profileColour: Stone GreyBenchtop: Fresh Concrete Door hardware: A mixture of traditional shaker cup handles a ...

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Hi @Jason, here are a few photos from the last few weeks. The builders have been full steam ahead and the slab, brickwork and frame is now complete. ...

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Hi everyone, After 3 years of planning, our renovation finally started last week! We are turning our inner-city 2 bedroom,1 bathroom Victorian house ...

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Hi @AHoy, it's a Rheem gas hot water system. I thought it was instantaneous as we never ran out of hot water, but all of a sudden we seem to be!

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Hi everyone, This is probably a silly question, but do hot water systems need to be serviced? All of a sudden we are running out of hot water aft ...

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I painted a plaster wall in my kitchen with chalkboard paint and it doesn't really do the job! The chalk is impossible to remove and I find that it le ...

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Ajmod
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Just finished my laundry reno – thought I would share with the group. Our laundry connects with our only guest toilet, so we wanted to create a spac ...

Darren
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We had a similar problem in our back room - delightful mission brown aluminium doors but no budget to replace them. Our solution was to spray them wit ...

ProjectPete
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After being handed my To Do list by Leah before the WA Day long weekend, I wasn't as thrilled as I normally am because it was filled with more chore-l ...

DIY_Dad
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I would use standard full hight cupboard doors like the ones above, and I would also recomend Ikea. As for mounting the hinges they do not need long ...

Community Manager Jason
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I sprayed our backyard fence on the weekend. We had some old sections of fence which didn't look great, especially near new boards. The spray gun w ...

Community Manager Jason
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Really happy with how the WRC batons are looking.

Simon
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Hey @KingStreetReno I would try lightly sanding the polyurethane that is on the benchtop currently, and apply a final coat with a brush, rather than t ...

aly
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Kitchen looks great @KingStreetReno! I'd be inclined to just paint the bricks as, like you said, the kitchen will be updated again in the coming futur ...

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KingStreetReno
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@katsmith We recently installed a Ring video doorbell 2 as part of our reno. We have a brick Victorian house, so people used to bash our doorknocker s ...

KingStreetReno
Experienced Contributor

@Jason The actual build has been going great with minimal issues. The biggest lesson has been to hire an interior designer before the build starts if ...

KingStreetReno
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Final kitchen design...Cabinets: Shaker profileColour: Stone GreyBenchtop: Fresh Concrete Door hardware: A mixture of traditional shaker cup handles a ...

KingStreetReno
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Hi @Jason, here are a few photos from the last few weeks. The builders have been full steam ahead and the slab, brickwork and frame is now complete. ...

KingStreetReno
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Hi everyone, After 3 years of planning, our renovation finally started last week! We are turning our inner-city 2 bedroom,1 bathroom Victorian house ...

KingStreetReno
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I painted a plaster wall in my kitchen with chalkboard paint and it doesn't really do the job! The chalk is impossible to remove and I find that it le ...

KingStreetReno
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I've recently covered my ugly 70's tiles with Formica laminate floorboards. They don't require any underlay as it is already attached to the floorboar ...

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@Bjm Would something like the below work for you? These are 50cm wide hinged doors from Ikea. I got the idea from a trio of ladies called Three Birds ...

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