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Transforming storage space

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Transforming storage space

Introducing Mike Petry. Mike spends his days getting hands-on programming multiple projects at Cutshop Waikato. He enjoys the creativity and craft involved in his work and finds reward in ensuring customers’ visions are brought to life. Here, Mike collaborates with a DIYer to build a custom walk-in wardrobe.

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Custom wardrobes cost less with Cutshop

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Custom wardrobes cost less with Cutshop

When Chris du Toit wanted new fitted wardrobes for the master bedroom and the bedrooms of his two children, he had a design for each in mind and wanted a high-quality job done. He'd heard about Cutshop from a neighbourhood friend and decided to give our North Shore branch a call.

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Ambitious DIY project cuts costs by half

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Ambitious DIY project cuts costs by half

Handyman Paul Kiely came to us with an ambitious DIY project.  He wanted to turn his dining room into a library/office and have somewhere to keep the things he had collected over the years while travelling overseas. With the help of Simon and Karl at Cutshop, Paul came up with a design he was happy with and installed it himself, saving money and gaining the satisfaction of "Wow I did that!"

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Pivot cabinet doubles storage options

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Pivot cabinet doubles storage options

Alan Owen, director of Marcel Group joinery services, has turned a practical storage design into an innovative way to tidy up messy files and folders.  Recently a customer needed a custom-built unit incorporating a cupboard and some bookshelves.  As design discussions progressed, it became clear that there would be some wasted space behind the unit.  Alan suggested creating a pivot cabinet to double the available shelf space, creating a hidden set of shelves tucked away out of sight.  The result was stunning!

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Floating Shelves - DIY Magic

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Floating Shelves - DIY Magic

Floating shelves are a modern trend – they sound almost magical!  But floating shelves get their name because you can’t see how they attach to the wall. All the screws and fasteners are hidden giving them a floating appearance.

Floating shelves are suitable for the home or office, and they present a modern and uncluttered look.  Take a look at Cutshop's range of floating shelves or find out how to custom-design one to suit your wall.

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