Remodeling a Master Bathroom | Part 2

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We are finishing the remodel of our master bathroom! Thank you to Lowe's for sponsoring this video and the whole project. If you haven't seen it, check out Pt. 1 bit.ly/2SdAOdq
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Comments

  • suneet srivastava

    suneet srivastava

    10 minutes ago

    What is the cat doing in the tub?

  • DataStorm

    DataStorm

    Hour ago

    no redguard, no panliner.... that thinset is going to float in water in the long run.

  • kashindi salote

    kashindi salote

    10 hours ago

    Cool

  • jeremy doblinger

    jeremy doblinger

    14 hours ago

    Looks great bob!! Really great job

  • Roberto Perez Jr.

    Roberto Perez Jr.

    23 hours ago

    Tile the bathroom floor after you tile the shower and drywall and paint!!

  • Caleb Cole

    Caleb Cole

    Day ago

    YOUR CAT IS SOOOO CUTE!😊😂

  • pharsideflip

    pharsideflip

    Day ago

    Looks good.

  • dickies cbb

    dickies cbb

    Day ago

    pro tiler will do that tiling in three days max with the joints filled in

  • I Like To Make Stuff

    I Like To Make Stuff

    14 hours ago

    Good for them. That’s why they’re pros. I’m not making a video for people who already do it for a living.

  • heavyq

    heavyq

    Day ago

    Awesome work Bob! It turned out excellent!!

  • Ryan Taylor

    Ryan Taylor

    Day ago

    kerdi over plywood... what a world.

  • Sister shook

    Sister shook

    Day ago

    That color of the vanity is um... very bold of you but love everything else

  • ding dong

    ding dong

    Day ago

    Not sure if the dry walls are different in the US but i don't think those are the more expensive moisture resistant ones. Really shouldn't have cheaped out when doing it for the washroom.

  • JjrShabadoo

    JjrShabadoo

    Day ago

    Wow. LOTS of work. Very nice job! My favorite part was the sub-freezing tile cutting. That's true dedication. You ended up with a partial row of tile at the base of the bathroom walls, which is inevitable due to the height difference of the floor vs. the shower pan with the continuous surround. What's your feeling in retrospect? Would you recommend the way it ended up in the video, or doing the opposite by starting a full row on the base of the wall, then cutting a partial row on the shower wall to match the height?

  • Alain Robillard

    Alain Robillard

    Day ago

    Did I just see water under the bath??? Got a leak?

  • ImpureForce

    ImpureForce

    2 days ago

    Not only do you need wet rating but for lights you have to also make sure they're IC rated if there is insulation around it, if not you need atleast 3" of open air around the can/light

  • Abbey

    Abbey

    2 days ago

    i love how the blue cabinets contrast against the white, it looks so good! 💙

  • Edouard caron

    Edouard caron

    2 days ago

    10:35 looks like when you play gmod without the textures

  • Harry Kourm

    Harry Kourm

    2 days ago

    Wow, looks way better, great job!

  • Magnus Tangen

    Magnus Tangen

    2 days ago

    I mean. Wow.

  • Justin Malone

    Justin Malone

    2 days ago

    That’s a whole lotta white, looks good though

  • KalaKukko

    KalaKukko

    2 days ago

    looks quite boring

  • FlavaHat

    FlavaHat

    2 days ago

    Really nice, couldn't help noticing the lack of baseboards.

  • big chungus

    big chungus

    2 days ago

    Hey Bob! I think you should definitely try to make a cannon. Anyone else agrees with me?

  • Hayden Brockhaus

    Hayden Brockhaus

    2 days ago

    you should make a pool table

  • Martin B

    Martin B

    3 days ago

    Hey Bob, I'm Martin. You are great.

  • B8 STIG786

    B8 STIG786

    3 days ago

    Sick

  • Joe Luis

    Joe Luis

    3 days ago

    thats one big bathroom for one cat

  • Olga Ortiz

    Olga Ortiz

    3 days ago

    Wow!!

  • Gilbert D. Trang

    Gilbert D. Trang

    3 days ago

    I really enjoyed these two videos, very entertaining and informative. Plus, I always appreciate all the work that goes in to producing your videos. They’re so well done. Thank you!

  • itsjustme271

    itsjustme271

    4 days ago

    I hate how he painted the vanity blue like the whole bathroom like white what!!!

  • Alex Platts

    Alex Platts

    4 days ago

    *IP RATED

  • NRFLKN

    NRFLKN

    4 days ago

    What material is the countertop?

  • alstaylor85

    alstaylor85

    4 days ago

    Love this channel and beautiful bathroom. Just thought though cold weather and you didn’t think of doing heated floors?

  • alstaylor85

    alstaylor85

    4 days ago

    Love this channel and beautiful bathroom. Just thought though cold weather and you didn’t think of doing heated floors?

  • evlqueen

    evlqueen

    4 days ago

    I wouldn't have made some of the same style choices, but overall good job! :)

  • Gabe Rouse

    Gabe Rouse

    5 days ago

    Hey Bob. I have something that you may find very interesting. So my mom's a dumpster diver, For this exact reason, and while she was dumpster diving, she found a banged up acoustic guitar. The body of the guitar is really damaged ( like someone pulled a bille Joe Armstrong on it (( smashed it)) ) all the strings are rusted and the neck is really bent the spacing on the part of the neck where the body and neck combine is really far apart. Any way, I'm like you. I don't throw out stuff like this, I like to keep it and repair it. But i don't have the skills or tools required to do so. And you were the first person I thought of. If your interested just reply and I'll send some pics for you to examine. If your not interested and don't reply within the span of a few days I'll do something else I guess. Anyway, Keep Makin and reparin, Peace.

  • derek kole

    derek kole

    5 days ago

    Great work.

  • Lightingcap

    Lightingcap

    5 days ago

    I learned last winter to always disconnect my hose from the house when it starts to get cold. Even with a "freeze proof" faucet, if you leave the hose attached, the ice can burst the faucet pipe in the wall making a big problem come spring when you go to use the hose.

  • Fantastic Film Factory

    Fantastic Film Factory

    5 days ago

    Oh boi I need an other bathroom, even if it's only for renovation purposes....

  • yunzung bczam

    yunzung bczam

    5 days ago

    Bob the builder!!!! I can't be the only one thinking of this

  • Jonatan Widlund

    Jonatan Widlund

    5 days ago

    Renovating is soo different in the US compared to Sweden. Interesting videos! I'm gonna subscribe!

  • Daniel Eidsness

    Daniel Eidsness

    5 days ago

    Just my personal opinion. I think it would have looked better if you stuck with black for the faucets on the sink and the drawers. It would have matched the rest of the color scheme since you already went with black for the shower and tub hardware. Nice job by the way.

  • Tjackson Woodworker

    Tjackson Woodworker

    5 days ago

    Nice Job! I am sure the Mrs really likes the new bathroom..

  • Lack of Focus

    Lack of Focus

    5 days ago

    Super, super useful, helpful and timely. Glad to see that Lowe's has those nice shower tiling systems and other materials. I always thought that Lowe's has better materials than Home Depot.

  • Samuel Dunlap

    Samuel Dunlap

    6 days ago

    Looks great

  • Eimaj Nudd

    Eimaj Nudd

    6 days ago

    You're videos are amazing and I thoroughly enjoy them. I'd say my favorite so far was the arcade build. It would be neat to see you try and make an old jukebox (wurlitzer bubbler style) but modded to work with mp3s. Keep up the cool videos man. Truly inspiring and informative

  • Mamu_05

    Mamu_05

    6 days ago

    Please make a bite on how to choose species of lumber

  • jc2367

    jc2367

    6 days ago

    curious how long it took start to finish?

  • Wesley Bauer

    Wesley Bauer

    6 days ago

    Where did you get the Kerdi Board? It seems I can only order it online because none of the stores have it in stock. Thank you for the video.

  • ItsMeDatBoy 1010

    ItsMeDatBoy 1010

    6 days ago

    What if the water evaporates? But this is already too late anyway so?

  • Ggbh Fydgh

    Ggbh Fydgh

    7 days ago

    Am I the only one that has no idea what he’s talking about

  • Willem Arnhem

    Willem Arnhem

    7 days ago

    21:15 Just a heads up, the "correct" way is to measure up the tiling, and average out the bottom and top tiles, so you don't end up with that narrow stroke.

  • Mike

    Mike

    7 days ago

    Hey, you may have mentioned this in part 1 but what were the dimensions of the shower?

  • jake8283

    jake8283

    7 days ago

    Do they give any info on the integrity of the “dry wall” and foam flooring you used in the shower? Any issues with weight on the flooring or step up/over area of the shower? Also with the cubby area?

  • Wolf 425

    Wolf 425

    7 days ago

    Winter is the best time to do home renovation's because you cant do anything outside

  • Eric Beamish

    Eric Beamish

    7 days ago

    Was a nice bathroom until you painted the vanity blue

  • Spacetrooper656

    Spacetrooper656

    7 days ago

    The blue :|

  • tati's Adventures

    tati's Adventures

    7 days ago

    Like the tiles on the floor and the shower it looks modern and clean 😁

  • CHUCK BURG

    CHUCK BURG

    7 days ago

    wow that looks so good. The blue paint looks amazing!

  • JOHN CROUCH

    JOHN CROUCH

    8 days ago

    my only comment was when you put the vanity up to the wall i did not like the cut out for the plumbing on the vanity it looks sloppy should have had a decorative pipe cover the wholes should have been better not just cut a large hole in the back of the vanity

  • Ace on Wheels

    Ace on Wheels

    8 days ago

    Always a pleasure. Great video. I like how you are supplementing the mundane/easy stuff with the Bits videos. Super cool way engage audience as well as generate additional views and page traffic. Your new bathroom looks amazing! Here’s to many more videos and projects. Thank you.

  • PPX

    PPX

    9 days ago

    First I wasn‘t sure about the hex and the round tile, but now I really love it and wished I had it at home. ;) You did a really good job there!

  • Lawrence Dempsey

    Lawrence Dempsey

    10 days ago

    What were the dimensions of the room? I have a similar space and wondering if that layout would work.

  • Tony Pham

    Tony Pham

    10 days ago

    Don't grout the corners, caulk em.

  • Jeremy

    Jeremy

    10 days ago

    In my experience grout in the corners can crack over time, I always use silicon for any corner where two tiled walls meet.

  • Southern Style DIY

    Southern Style DIY

    10 days ago

    Dang that's some Home and Garden magazine level work! Absolutely insanely awesome! Great work!

  • Nicholas Osburg

    Nicholas Osburg

    11 days ago

    Why would you keep the popcorn ceiling

  • Irdzm

    Irdzm

    11 days ago

    Who would even dislike this video?

  • Kevin Hew

    Kevin Hew

    11 days ago

    did you really need the can with that recessed led thing?

  • Brayden Foster

    Brayden Foster

    11 days ago

    Why didn’t you build your house

  • A movie

    A movie

    11 days ago

    Very modern and cool would love that to be my bathroom

  • Jim Gourgoutis

    Jim Gourgoutis

    11 days ago

    What does the building-permit process look like for this kind of DIY work?

  • Anonymity Alias

    Anonymity Alias

    11 days ago

    it is your home you can do what you want with it. That said that blue is not the blue for that space

  • John Smolen

    John Smolen

    11 days ago

    Bob, you may have been asked this in previous videos, but I really think that you should make an electric guitar from scratch. Ive found a lot of videos online that go through a FULL build, but I really like your detail and attention to informing the audience and it really inspires me t work in my lowdown workshop and create. Just a thought, but I would love to see it!

  • Michael Coghill

    Michael Coghill

    11 days ago

    Awesome bathroom!

  • ericsodt

    ericsodt

    11 days ago

    Lots and lots of work! Great job. Just wondering why you fixed gold faucets with black shower/tub hardware?

  • Link Home BD

    Link Home BD

    11 days ago

    nice video

  • Omega playz 2008

    Omega playz 2008

    11 days ago

    I wish I was rich

  • Tribe of the Iron Flame

    Tribe of the Iron Flame

    11 days ago

    Although personally I wouldn't have necessarily gone with the style of fixtures used, it still looks great. Good work.

  • Alex Elgas

    Alex Elgas

    12 days ago

    This is the sexiest bathroom I've seen in my entire life

  • jeff oliver

    jeff oliver

    12 days ago

    Wish I had the time and money to make my bathroom look half as good as that. Bravo sir.

  • Proskillz Proskillz

    Proskillz Proskillz

    12 days ago

    26:27 liking how even the toilet paper fits in the backround

  • imjustaman

    imjustaman

    12 days ago

    Woooo! I have a remodeling company and do this day in and day out. Really top notch professional work Bob!

  • Designer Drains

    Designer Drains

    12 days ago

    Bob, love the details you put into your work. Would love to talk about a collaboration.

  • Deadspacer

    Deadspacer

    12 days ago

    Hey can you guys make me a desk for my pc

  • Bryan Siebold

    Bryan Siebold

    12 days ago

    It looks amazing

  • LoverOfPhotography

    LoverOfPhotography

    12 days ago

    Why did you do the flooring before drywall fixing and painting?

  • Artemis Zero

    Artemis Zero

    12 days ago

    Fantastic job, I love the white colouring, the bathtub, and all the other little details. Even though it is alot of work, learning how to do stuff yourself is a great experience. I love this channel.

  • Kyle Starr

    Kyle Starr

    12 days ago

    make a flight simulator!

  • Nicholas Hunter

    Nicholas Hunter

    12 days ago

    You need to teach us how to make a charging drawer. It is drawer with a power strip in the back to plug stuff in to charge it and free up counter space.

  • Squicx

    Squicx

    12 days ago

    I wish i had the budget for stuff like these. help my family abit

  • Jackson Nichol

    Jackson Nichol

    12 days ago

    I actually might start to renovate stuff when I’m older this is oddly satisfying

  • Ronan Davies

    Ronan Davies

    12 days ago

    Omg didn't know you had a podcast! Time to start binge listening to another podcast service!!!

  • Twan Herben

    Twan Herben

    12 days ago

    7:15 your bit got stuck twice😜

  • ocelot11snake

    ocelot11snake

    12 days ago

    So does the pan provide an incline so water flows toward the drain?

  • Matias Moilanen

    Matias Moilanen

    12 days ago

    It's awesome to see this kind of projects documented as well and thoroughly as you do! I'm learning a lot. Thanks!

  • a Spooner

    a Spooner

    12 days ago

    My father is renovating our houses master bathroom and our house is over 100 years old

  • Kyle S

    Kyle S

    12 days ago

    25:47 guess Bob did realized that tile is 1/4" thick and with two layer its 1/2". Good on him for showing his mistake but just another reason why it tough to trust people on youtube when it comes to stuff like this

  • Ray Ramirez

    Ray Ramirez

    13 days ago

    great job. Been there done that, and I love the tile! What we did was put an electrical floor warmer that got embedded into the thinset, just to take the edge off the cold tile. I love the look of what you did!

  • Juan Aguilar

    Juan Aguilar

    13 days ago

    Looks fantastic. Congratulations!

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