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WOW !! Top job! :tup: :clap:
Great job Little e……your DH is a legend. Now when his done he can come here and do some work for me :lol::lol:
Tell him I promise I’ll be good………..really good ;);):kiss:
:lol::lol: he knows all about you 😉
Bonzer job :clap:
It’s in!! FINALLY!! Now we can get ready for the new tiles :D:D
Great thread, you guys rock.
You will have to change your blog to “property development on a budget”.
haha thats a good idea actually!! :clap: We’re just soooooooo glad to have them in finally. More than happy with the result. Just have the solid bench on the other side to do now.
I put the more “instructional” story on my blog.
excellent E! :clap: :hug:
Whoa! That’s an awesome bench of yours!!
Would he wanna make another one quite soon??? 😆 😆
We have old yukky laminex bench that I am dying to replace… 😐
Thanks for sharing how you both went on making it!
Splashback tiles are in and will be grouted tonight. :metal:
The photo makes it look curved… must have been how it focused cos it’s straight 😆
Here’s a better one. Kinda…
gotta be happy with that E :tup:
Most inspiring. I have two pallets outside -got slabs on because we are putting a floor down for our new shed. Now all I have to do is inspire DH to use them!;)
The timber bench tops look natural and can be made from almost any timber with only the texture of the timber being the guide. I made our kitchen bench tops out of two inch slabs of camphor laurel and we do love the grain. It can be a bit soft if the kids want to bang the edges with cast iron pots lolol. I built a kitchen for some friends a few months back and he want all the tops made out of iron bark. He had cut the timber some ten years before, looked good but sure was heavy.