Outdoor Reader Projects - Home Renovations
Old tiles are covered with treated pine, peeling walls repainted and bench seating built for concealed storage. ...Read More..
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|Reader project - Rob's dry letter dropFed up retrieving wet mail from his letterbox, reader Rob Middleton made his own weatherproof...|
|Reader project - John's recycled shed John recycled doors to build a new 2500 x 1600 mm shed|
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|Reader project - Kim's level backyard5|
A backyard in a hilly suburb is flattened out to create a space for the kids to play
|Reader project - John's recycled shed2|
John recycled doors to build a new 2500 x 1600 mm shed
|Reader project - Kate's Balinese garden1|
A backyard entertainment area is transformed with some inspiration from Bali.
|Reader project - Kathy's all-weather barbie1|
When Handyman reader Kathy's old barbecue fell apart, she decided to rebuild it with something more solid.
|Reader project - Bernard's entertainer1|
A new limestone patio extends outdoor living
|Reader project - Paul's new courtyard 1|
Paul Traumanis created a low-maintenance oasis for his courtyard
|Reader project - Ray's backyard studio1|
My son asked me to build him an outdoor studio in the backyard so I used a Handyman project of a beach hut as a guide.
|Reader project - Robert's frontyard facelift1|
Robert wanted to spruce up his house by landscaping the frontyard and adding a structural feature.
|Reader project - Rob's dry letter drop1|
Fed up retrieving wet mail from his letterbox, reader Rob Middleton made his own weatherproof one for $25.
Old tiles are covered with treated pine, peeling walls repainted and bench seating built for concealed storage.
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