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Thanks @Jason and @Wayne Wow, that is a bit of de je vu. This is what I love about working with timber. So many ways you can cut a few pieces of timbe ...

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Hey @Jason, no progress yet but a lot of planning and dreaming. It is starting to cool down out there so will be getting into it soonish. I am thinkin ...

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Hi @kmc, thanks for the interest. I started out with the 80 L plastic storage box from Bunnings and built the icebox around its dimensions with some l ...

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This is incredible Kel, how big is it? I think it would be great for growing orchids in.

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So much character, I like it Beachbox. I bet you had the perfect spot in mind for it too.

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MartyH It's only been stained about 4 months and I have since had a patio cover built over the deck so the sun won't be a factor any more.

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Hi Harv, Here is my recent treated pine deck story.I used Cabots Aquadeck merbau colour on my new treated pine deck. I followed all the rules of aging ...

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I needed a large esky for Christmas day but couldn't afford one so bought an 80 litre storage tub from Bunnings, filled with ice it worked well. I dec ...

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@Stuardo, Have you seen this post by Workshop member @Wayne - https://www.workshop.com.au/t5/Outdoor/Building-the-BBQ-Arbor/m-p/4443 Very similar ...

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Pergola sounds great. Have you considered getting the glass tinted. Similar to cars. We had the same problem on a previous house, a huge glass slider ...

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I had limited space to find a home for my new gas BBQ Grille so I decided to build a dedicated decorative Arbor for it.After searching the internet fo ...

Alex
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I went down the path of detonation. We had a californian bungalow in an old suburb and had lived in it for 5 years while trying to find a way to exten ...

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Stuardo
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Thanks @Jason and @Wayne Wow, that is a bit of de je vu. This is what I love about working with timber. So many ways you can cut a few pieces of timbe ...

Stuardo
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Hey @Jason, no progress yet but a lot of planning and dreaming. It is starting to cool down out there so will be getting into it soonish. I am thinkin ...

Stuardo
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Hi @kmc, thanks for the interest. I started out with the 80 L plastic storage box from Bunnings and built the icebox around its dimensions with some l ...

Stuardo
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MartyH It's only been stained about 4 months and I have since had a patio cover built over the deck so the sun won't be a factor any more.

Stuardo
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I needed a large esky for Christmas day but couldn't afford one so bought an 80 litre storage tub from Bunnings, filled with ice it worked well. I dec ...

Stuardo
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After 30 it is time to ditch (or hide) the bookcase that displays your collection of every DVD, CD, VHS Tape, Xbox games that you ever owned.

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Thanks Isobel, so many great ideas and I'm spoilt for choice now.

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That was awesome. While my coffee table is not in that league it does hide a few secrets of its own. Made this many years ago from tongue and groove.

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