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9 d9 dlozza81lozza81 posted:
Our KDR journey on Lake Macquarie- XMAS HANDOVER

Yep sure am. We did not ask him to contribute $$ to the retaining but just wanted him to move all his things leaning on the fence and section off…

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10 d10 dGlendaRedGlendaRed posted:
Major Renovation

Redid my bathroom! :D

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10 d10 decnalecnal posted:
Tiny kitchen layout help

In a space that small, I'd think about options a little bit outside the box. If you were to run a strip of bench heigh joinery right along the long…

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1 month1 monthmanofausmanofaus posted:
Is 'package' a thing here?

well you can buy the kit, but you need to organise the labour. I think the closest you would get to this in Australia is to build a spec house…

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1 month1 monthVerity JayneVerity Jayne posted:
Tiny kitchen layout help

Can you move the bathroom door to access it via the bedroom?
I know this means traipsing through the bedroom all the time. But gosh, that kitchen is tiny. …

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1 month1 monthwheeliworkswheeliworks posted:
Fibreglass v Concrete

My response was in regards to this comment you made.
"I could not find 1 example of someone with wealth build a fiberglass pool."
Surely you would agree that some people…

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1 month1 monthBecs CoralBecs Coral posted:
Coral Daydream 32

Hehe. Just noticed my auto correct prefers Nick Scalia rather than Nick Scali.

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1 month1 monthcharlibearcharlibear posted:
Coral Daydream 32

They look like Nick Scali?
GJ Gardner Modified Coolum 277
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1 month1 monthbuildXbuildX posted:
Major Renovation

Looks good, you should try it too! This will give your bathroom a new look. I swear its going to be perfect.

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1 month1 month1960sModernistHome1960sModernistHome posted:
Shipment from China

First things first, you need to ensure that the materials comply with Australian Standards. Mainly in areas such as fire retardant properties, toxicity etc. Light fittings are a classic one,…

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1 month1 monthBecs CoralBecs Coral posted:
Coral Daydream 32

Thank you thank you thank you everyone for your well wishes and kind thoughts. I am so exhausted. On Monday our removalist truck was running g a bit late and…

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2 months2 monthsSaint MikeSaint Mike posted:
Dog Resistant Fly Screen from Bunnings?

Yes - love for the dog - that works.
The kids - maybe a 12 Gauge ... ;)

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2 months2 monthsArovaArova posted:
Upgrade your kitchen cabinet storage solutions, we can help!

Today we are going to discuss options for your corner cabinets that don't have a blind section and what you can do with them. these cabinets are great for the…

2 months2 monthsGravyGravy posted:
Dog Resistant Fly Screen from Bunnings?

If the dog is actually chewing the door, would a bitter/spicy deterrent work? You could try putting lots of chili or one of those stop chew dog sprays on the…

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2 months2 monthsSaint MikeSaint Mike posted:
URBAN MYTHS .... ?

:) :) :)
Yes - I see your point ... :)
Our previous…

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2 months2 monthsFirst_Timer_RayFirst_Timer_Ray posted:
Bedroom Feature Wall Colour Help

Just had a look at your new linen - it has quite bold colours in it, and I noticed in their photo the bed has a crisp white wall behind…

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2 months2 monthsSaint MikeSaint Mike posted:
Dog Resistant Fly Screen from Bunnings?

I know there is a much stronger screen. But - we had a Golden Retriever that was scared of storms - he just went straight through it. …

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2 months2 monthsOur Build123Our Build123 posted:
Major Renovation

Jump on a site called buildbits, they are like Gumtree but is targeted just towards building products.
Builders and renovators post left over or second hand items on there.
Could grab yourself…

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2 months2 monthsSaint MikeSaint Mike posted:
Dog Resistant Fly Screen from Bunnings?

If he is small - could you put in a barrier ? Like a piece of metal to cover the bottom 50 cms of the door.
He may…

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2 months2 monthsBerekBerek posted:
Dog Resistant Fly Screen from Bunnings?

Yep. Well it was more than fibreglass and slightly cheaper than petmesh. Could have been cheaper but couldn't get anyone to come and cut it off the big rolls so…

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