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    @honey gold how exciting all those changes are! What is the price of mod wood like compared to 100% wood? Do they have heaps of different colour options?

    The first coat of paint just went on our walls and I'm so glad it looks exactly how I pictured it.

    Here's a photo from our bedroom

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    It's called Dulux White Duck (half strength). Then we have dieskeu (grey) in our bathroom and ensuite

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    The mod wood looks great - I wished we used it on our deck outside...DH would only use Jarrah and some pieces have warped so already 8 months down the track we need to get areas replaced! And don't even get me started on the oiling....

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    These are our floor boards (or at least they will be!

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    What type are they? I like them

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    The floorboards are made by Godfrey Hirst, the type is "Regal Oak Handcrafted" and the colour is Windsor.

    They're a timber (oak) floating floor

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    @honey gold how exciting all those changes are! What is the price of mod wood like compared to 100% wood? Do they have heaps of different colour options?

    The first coat of paint just went on our walls and I'm so glad it looks exactly how I pictured it.

    Here's a photo from our bedroom

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    It's called Dulux White Duck (half strength). Then we have dieskeu (grey) in our bathroom and ensuite
    The modwood is a bit more expensive but it has basically no maintenance costs and lasts up to 20 years. There is I think 8 colour options.

    I love that paint colour, might put something like that in our bedroom/office.

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    Just spent some good time in bunnings picking out bathroom stuff!

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    Fun fun, I love bunnings and masters!

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    Masters has just opened in Adelaide. I went there to buy my copper glass done lights yesterday. I loved how they had more decorating things and nicer looking storage solutions, but overall I think I still prefer bunnings. I found the kitchens looked really quite cheap and plastic-y.

    I think I've found our final light since Beacon no longer do the one for my lounge that I wanted. This is it... It's 50% off too!

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    That is gorgeous A-squared!


 

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