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serialstyler

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Joined 20 February 2009
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5 years5 yearsserialstylerserialstyler posted:
Steel Frame & Wall Cabinets

Thanks for all your advice & explaining how the weight is distributed. I'm much more confident with hanging them now.

5 years5 yearsserialstylerserialstyler posted:
Steel Frame & Wall Cabinets

Wow! So both of you agree that 4 screws would hold up a 16kg cabinet, or even two, plus plates & cups in them?
The only reason why I thought of…

Steel Frame & Wall Cabinets
5 years5 yearsserialstylerserialstyler posted:
Steel Frame & Wall Cabinets

Yes, you are correct. And we took photographs of the pipes & wiring before the gyprock went up so should have no problem missing them, they are just unfortunately in…

5 years5 yearsserialstylerserialstyler posted:
Steel Frame & Wall Cabinets

Our house is cladded in colorbond so could I bolt it through the stud & through the cladding?

5 years5 yearsserialstylerserialstyler posted:
Steel Frame & Wall Cabinets

We owner built our house to save money & could not afford to hire a kitchen designer or someone to 'design it properly' so I utilised the space the best…

5 years5 yearsserialstylerserialstyler posted:
Is a dishwasher possible?

The drawer spot is too narrow for a dishwasher unfortunatley. Thanks all :)

6 years6 yearsserialstylerserialstyler posted:
Is a dishwasher possible?

Hi folks. Our kitchen is basically a straight line kitchen at the moment with a pantry to the side but we are hoping to install a dishwasher. If we put…

Is a dishwasher possible?
6 years6 yearsserialstylerserialstyler posted:
Plant Recomendations Please

Hi folks,
Just wondering what plants people would recommend for us.
We need screening plants for one side of our fence. Our neighbour does not maintain their yard very well &…

6 years6 yearsserialstylerserialstyler posted:
Help me decorate my home

Sorry about getting the navy wall wrong but maybe if you added some navy blue it can blend the darker colours like the charcoal & brown in with the aqua.…

6 years6 yearsserialstylerserialstyler posted:
Advice for bedroom design

Eye level is obviously good but if you want to hang artwork above a high piece fo furniture, eye level just won't work. Many bedheads are quite high at the…

6 years6 yearsserialstylerserialstyler posted:
Help me decorate my home

I like the openess, maybe just some art on the large wall opposite to the living room and a simple sofa table.
Maybe something like this:
I can visualise some floating shelves…

Help me decorate my home
6 years6 yearsserialstylerserialstyler posted:
Advice for bedroom design

OK, so measure the entire wall above the bedhead.
Takeaway the height of the picture, then divide by three.
That is a good distance from the top of your bed…

6 years6 yearsserialstylerserialstyler posted:
Advice: updating a 90s room - especially light fixtures

I think this is a nice modern wall light:
http://www.beaconlighting.com.au/lighting/wall-lights/delta-wall-sconce.html

6 years6 yearsserialstylerserialstyler posted:
Kids Bed - Where can I get this bed???

A company named SO-FON does some versions of the bottom combination. Most bedding stores can order from them.

6 years6 yearsserialstylerserialstyler posted:
Master Bedrooms

The print above the bed is adorable. Your colour choice is so classy especially with your bedroom suite, looks like great quality furniture.

6 years6 yearsserialstylerserialstyler posted:
Advice for bedroom design

To give the room a more open feel, ensure beds have low foot ends.
Upholstered beds are in at the moment but my suggestion is a dark colour for the…

7 years7 yearsserialstylerserialstyler posted:
Changing Timber Furniture Colour

Hi folks,
I purchased a tv unit & office desk in a mahogany colour, on the cheap when we were broke & had no furniture. All our other furniture is a…

7 years7 yearsserialstylerserialstyler posted:
Where Can I Buy Tarkett Vintage Flooring?

Hi guys,
Hubby & I have been looking at laminate flooring & finally we agreed on something. It was at Bunnings. Brand was Tarkett Colour: Vintage Bourbon Oak. I do believe…

8 years8 yearsserialstylerserialstyler posted:
Shower Enclosures

Last week I ordered a 3 sided acrylic shower enclosure. The base & door comes seperatley but just realised we have a problem getting it into the bathroom.
Can anyone tell…

9 years9 yearsserialstylerserialstyler posted:
Serialstyler & Co: Progressive Thread New Pics Pg2

Here's some pics as promised

9 years9 yearsserialstylerserialstyler posted:
Serialstyler & Co: Progressive Thread New Pics Pg2

Well doors are up but only a few months after being put up, the back door is crap. Do not buy a St Claire Entrance Door. Veneer is peeling off,…

9 years9 yearsserialstylerserialstyler posted:
1st time ob what a ride

Shelley, updating myself with your posts. God I laughed at the can exploding. Hubby hates that stuff, it's so sticky & hard to get off. He saw your pics &…

9 years9 yearsserialstylerserialstyler posted:
Serialstyler & Co: Progressive Thread New Pics Pg2

Thanks! Well got door jambs in but staining & varnishing the front & back doors themselves is taking forever. Stained a walnut colour, front door is solid & back door…

9 years9 yearsserialstylerserialstyler posted:
Readyflor Questions

My husband & I are building a 2 bedroom home. Internally floorspace is 65m2.
We visited a flooring store & we liked the Readyflor in Spotted Gum.
I asked the salesperson if…

9 years9 yearsserialstylerserialstyler posted:
1st time ob what a ride

Good work with the putty! I siliconed ours, it wasn't the easiest of jobs so you deserve a pat on the back so doing it with a sore leg. Sounds…

9 years9 yearsserialstylerserialstyler posted:
Our first OB What a ride

Love that you went with the spotted gum. We are hoping to get that too. Have you got pics of your floors?

9 years9 yearsserialstylerserialstyler posted:
Serialstyler & Co: Progressive Thread New Pics Pg2

We have finally completed the cladding sheets! YAY!

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9 years9 yearsserialstylerserialstyler posted:
Serialstyler & Co: Progressive Thread New Pics Pg2

Progress. Roof is on & a few more internal walls to go & then internal strapping before we get the framing inspection.

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