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5 years5 yearsinverellinverell posted:
What happened to the thread "Where can I find this Art Print

Thanks for letting me know.. Wasn't much effort on my part so no biggie. It's just bizarre really- seamed like an ordinary, genuine thread and I can spot these things…

5 years5 yearsinverellinverell posted:
What happened to the thread "Where can I find this Art Print

As per the thread title I would like to know why it has disappeared from the Interior Decorating Lounge section. It was started earlier today by a poster wanting to…

5 years5 yearsinverellinverell posted:
Can someone tell me what colour is Drizzle 09 ? please :)

I would have to say it really depends on whether the light is natural or artificial- it looks browner at night and greyer during the day. If I were trying…

5 years5 yearsinverellinverell posted:
Can someone tell me what colour is Drizzle 09 ? please :)

Hi there, happy to oblige with photos of Lipson Drizzle carpet... please see below. The first photo shows the carpet illuminated by downlights. The second photo from my phone isn’t…

5 years5 yearsinverellinverell posted:
Tierra_KEYS TOMORROW!!!

Hi there
I was browsing some random threads and photos to kill some time and I came across a photo of your tiled shower base which didn’t look quite right to…

6 years6 yearsinverellinverell posted:
Show us your ... WALL MIRROR !!! :)

Thanks for the compliments guys. Yes, I'm really pleased with how everything has come together.

6 years6 yearsinverellinverell posted:
Best house in the street?

Assuming a basic house costs $150K to $200K to construct and you have said yours is in "fine" condition, that represents equity you would be demolishing!
I would say go for…

6 years6 yearsinverellinverell posted:
Show us your ... WALL MIRROR !!! :)

Actually, you can get a better appreciation of the difference in size of the mirrors in this photo...

6 years6 yearsinverellinverell posted:
Show us your ... WALL MIRROR !!! :)

Hi Lex
These are the two mirrors I have at my entry...

The one on the right is actually smaller than the one on the left but looks about the same size…

6 years6 yearsinverellinverell posted:
New House - Tradies Using Loo??

For what its worth, I'm of the opinion that it is not acceptable for tradies to use your new loos. This is because you already have to pay for the…

6 years6 yearsinverellinverell posted:
Custom Design floor plan thread post them here!!

That's great, excellent ideas! Thanks! :D

6 years6 yearsinverellinverell posted:
Custom Design floor plan thread post them here!!

Thanks for the feedback planfan and kiwi. I agree that the fridge being in the Butler’s Pantry is not as functional as in the Kitchen itself. I could have it…

6 years6 yearsinverellinverell posted:
Custom Design floor plan thread post them here!!

Hello guys. I am hoping you can cast your eyes over some floor plans I have drawn up for a proposed double storey residence . I feel quite proud with…

6 years6 yearsinverellinverell posted:
Stud wall thickness vs insulation

CSR Bradford manufacture rockwool batts called Soundscreen Plus. They have a 2.5 R value rating and are 88mm thick meaning they will fit within a standard 90mm frame. The batts…

7 years7 yearsinverellinverell posted:
Question about packers between window reveal and house frame

Thanks for the responses guys- much appreciated.
Cheers

7 years7 yearsinverellinverell posted:
Porter Davis homes

FYI guys, you don’t have to drill into a stud to mount toilet roll holders or towel rails. Yes, it would be preferable but toggle bolts are just as sturdy…

7 years7 yearsinverellinverell posted:
Question about packers between window reveal and house frame

Ed- yes, I realised that straight away too... it would be a massive pain to correct now though. Would you recommend I get it rectified or take a risk and…

7 years7 yearsinverellinverell posted:
Cavity sliders for wet areas - safe?

I don’t know what more to say. I know that cavity sliding frames are made from kiln dried hardwood here in Oz... maybe you guys do things differently in NZ???…

7 years7 yearsinverellinverell posted:
Question about packers between window reveal and house frame

I feel rather stupid right about now seeing as I realised upon my daily inspection of the house this evening that a diagram for the proper installation of the windows…

7 years7 yearsinverellinverell posted:
Cavity sliders for wet areas - safe?

I honestly wouldn’t bother upgrading to a solid door unless money isn’t an issue. Remember too, with a solid door it would be much more difficult to slide due to…

7 years7 yearsinverellinverell posted:
Question about packers between window reveal and house frame

Thanks for your quick and comprehensive reply Ed. Much appreciated.
Lex- you can see the packers circled in red in the photo below. I don’t know what they’re made from but…

7 years7 yearsinverellinverell posted:
Question about packers between window reveal and house frame

Hi Ed
I am hoping that you can address some concerns that I have with my windows. This is quite a long post so I thank you in advance for your…

7 years7 yearsinverellinverell posted:
Colorbond Dune and Monument together?

Hi East_Melb_Build. You may be interested in a photo of my facade because my selections include Bristle ‘Heritage Newcastle’ roof tiles and Colorbond ‘Monument’ guttering and fascia with Colorbond ‘Dune’…

7 years7 yearsinverellinverell posted:
bath - tile then bath or tile around bath?

I don’t know if this is the right or wrong way to go about it but what my builder did is set the bath in the hob frame at such…

7 years7 yearsinverellinverell posted:
White or Brown bath

Yes, it does look a bit odd to me how it is at the moment. I think the problem is that there is no real integration and balance between the…

7 years7 yearsinverellinverell posted:
powerpoint on waterfall island bench

How about a pop-up power point?? It would be less noticeable than a traditional outlet. Better still you can mount it on the top of your bench to avoid spoiling…

7 years7 yearsinverellinverell posted:
Best method of curing an exposed aggregate driveway?

Thanks Lex and Pulpo for following my thread. My Nikon’s battery went flat the day the aggregate was exposed and thereafter there was nothing interesting to take photos of as…

7 years7 yearsinverellinverell posted:
Best method of curing an exposed aggregate driveway?

Thanks Lex! Apropos the hessian, I think he might have had the slightest inkling that curing was important to me seeing as I would only bring it up every single…

7 years7 yearsinverellinverell posted:
Would a million dollar house have crooked walls?

It’s probably not the plasterers fault but the carpenter who constructed the frame and the carpenter who was supposed to do the internal fix by planeing or packing out bad…

7 years7 yearsinverellinverell posted:
does anyone know what is mitring to tiling

Kyton’s metallic strip is very pretty- I think this is owing to the fact that it is so long. If you only had a small tiled corner then I think…

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