Splashbacks are a practical option for your kitchen, offering protection for walls from cooking and cleaning splashes. A tiled splashback also adds to the design of your kitchen, gloss tiles reflect light making the space appear brighter, the pattern of the tile adds dynamics and energy visually and it gives the kitchen an expensive looks - without the price tag.
Sanding and sealing wooden floorboards is a daunting DIY task for first timers. But with a bit of prep before hand and the right equipment, you definitely tackle this project yourself. With a weekend of sanding equipment hired for $306 from Kennards Hire - this is an affordable DIY option to bring new life to your floors - saving yourself some money at the same time.
Your front door is the first thing that greets your visitors, it can be memorable OR just bearable depending on it’s look! Here is how we our took our tired red front door and transformed it to be a design feature and also added security to our house, all in a weekend!
A workbench is an essential addition to any workshop. And building a DIY workbench does not come much easier than this, or cheaper. With a goal to build an affordable workbench, here’s a great way to give your workshop a boost.