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13 years13 yearsIkonInteriorsIkonInteriors posted:
Do you have slaters inside house

I wouldn't worry about them Nott, they're harmless + they eat mould in the bathroom!

13 years13 yearsIkonInteriorsIkonInteriors posted:
My shoe wall - finally completed :)

I'll have to get a photo of my Mum's shoe collection Erin :wink: My folks live in a 4 bedroom house and I'm sure Mum was…

13 years13 yearsIkonInteriorsIkonInteriors posted:
The doors in my place aren't standard size!

You 'glue' a new bottom rail in place of the one that has been cut-down (removed) :wink:

13 years13 yearsIkonInteriorsIkonInteriors posted:
Chuq's custom 5br courtyard house (7/3 roof on!)

Looking very nice Chuq! Just one point, with the sliding door to the main bathroom (I assume this is a cavity slider) - the plumbing to the WC & shower…

13 years13 yearsIkonInteriorsIkonInteriors posted:
Is this Telstra installation illegal?

But you're the only vandal in this equation... and we don't wont to see you accidental cut the power by mistake *ZAPPPP* :lol:

13 years13 yearsIkonInteriorsIkonInteriors posted:
Shows us your *** LIGHTS *** !!!

I have downlights throughout my house as the cielings are only 2.4high :( The only light of interest in my house is this retro…

13 years13 yearsIkonInteriorsIkonInteriors posted:
Textured tiles as kitchen splashback

These are my tiles...

13 years13 yearsIkonInteriorsIkonInteriors posted:
Textured tiles as kitchen splashback

I have a mosaic tiled splash, with textured wood-look tiles... I just use a damp cloth with some Sray'n'wipe whenever I clean and it's fine.
As far as I am aware…

13 years13 yearsIkonInteriorsIkonInteriors posted:
Are the new fabric lounges as durable as leather?

My vote goes to the blue one :wink:

13 years13 yearsIkonInteriorsIkonInteriors posted:
The Gold Coast Property Market is Very Sad Indeed

I'd hazard a guess and say a good income and sound investment strategy has A LOT to do with it.

13 years13 yearsIkonInteriorsIkonInteriors posted:
THE HOUSE PLAN THREAD

There's some great plans on this thread... I (like everyone else) lurv Chuq's plan :wink:
Here's ours:

13 years13 yearsIkonInteriorsIkonInteriors posted:
Show me your Christmas Tree (and other festive tit-bits!).

Love the silver theme Michelle... but is there anyway we can convince you to get a full-sized tree too :wink:
As for the rest of you '1st…

13 years13 yearsIkonInteriorsIkonInteriors posted:
Curtains mixed with high ceilings and picture rails - wwyd?

Hey sarahlou2,
There's a few factors to take into consideration... but at the end of the day it comes down to what YOU like best.
But if it were me, I would…

13 years13 yearsIkonInteriorsIkonInteriors posted:
What does this window mean?

I think that's an awning window - the top section would push out with one of those little winder-handle thingys...

13 years13 yearsIkonInteriorsIkonInteriors posted:
Cheap Qualified Electrician

Just make sure the sparky you hire has the right licence/certification to perform said works. You don't want to have any problems down the track :wink:

13 years13 yearsIkonInteriorsIkonInteriors posted:
Powder ~ lanai ~ kitchen ~ pics! :: our Fairhaven Glenaire

Chocolate Martini?
You'll need:
- 2 count vodka
- 2 count creme de menthe (green)
- 2 count chocolate schnapps
How to:
In a shaker filled with ice, add the three ingredients and shake vigorously. Strain…

13 years13 yearsIkonInteriorsIkonInteriors posted:
Powder ~ lanai ~ kitchen ~ pics! :: our Fairhaven Glenaire

Vanilla Tree... I don't have much to say, I'm speechless! I think this is just one of those times you need to crack open some chocolate and try and forget…

13 years13 yearsIkonInteriorsIkonInteriors posted:
Help with kitchen colours

Hi flossy17,
I just had a quick look through my selections box, but I don't have a 'Parchment' sample on hand. Having a look over the Laminex website though, the…

13 years13 yearsIkonInteriorsIkonInteriors posted:
sumsub's Building thread

Looking good - great choice with the laminate flooring... looks very swish :wink:

13 years13 yearsIkonInteriorsIkonInteriors posted:
Small house- different room orientations & light

I'd stick to the one colour palate. So pick your trim colours, along with main wall colour to be used throughout. You can then dress each room to suite with…

13 years13 yearsIkonInteriorsIkonInteriors posted:
Sarking for the Roof - To have or not to have?

I'd definitely go WITH sarking! It will help reduce the noise during heavy rains, provide extra insulation against the sun... it can also help keep your home dry - with…

13 years13 yearsIkonInteriorsIkonInteriors posted:
Notice to fence-do I have to pay if there is already a fence

I think you're pretty safe Wizard. You can't be forced to replace something that is in sound working order... tell your neighbours you'll be happy to replace the fence in…

13 years13 yearsIkonInteriorsIkonInteriors posted:
Natural alternatives for oiling a deck?

I've used Tun Oil before on my teak outdoor furniture - very happy with it. I don't know about regular cooking oil though... I'm just not sure if the manufacturing…

13 years13 yearsIkonInteriorsIkonInteriors posted:
Oh No! Whats wrong with my turf?!

It looks as though the turf has mostly died off and the weeds have taken over? I'm no expert though by any means. Fu should be able to give you…

13 years13 yearsIkonInteriorsIkonInteriors posted:
Natural alternatives for oiling a deck?

Have you looked at Tung oil? It has a slight golden hue though, but doesn't darken with age like linseed oil. Can't comment on the canola oil front - do…

13 years13 yearsIkonInteriorsIkonInteriors posted:
Coffee Tables

+1 I have no idea why coffee tables are so expensive... there often one of the most basic pieces of furniture one would buy.
I guess toughened glass can be somewhat…

13 years13 yearsIkonInteriorsIkonInteriors posted:
Show me your Christmas Tree (and other festive tit-bits!).

Just watch your tongue... I might have to hire you to come up and prepare said meal if I can't teach myself how to cook 'pork with decent crackling' between…

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