| by Kenneth Chase | 100 comments

I Built a Kitchen! // Tiny Apartment Ep.4


Today we’re going to build almost an entire
kitchen with built-in appliances and not so common materials! Designing the Tiny Apartment projects required
a lot of time because I had to try things out on paper as the space is pretty small
and completely out of square. Eventually I came out with a plan. I put some days into designing the sketchup
model even though it has mistakes as I am definitely not great with 3D digital stuff. First thing I did was to disassemble the studio
kitchen that you might remember I built back in 2017. I am reusing the entire bottom cabinet and
building the rest of the new kitchen around it. So, after reassembling the existing cabinet,
I traced the shape of the plumbing components and cut it out using the jigsaw. Then I needed to make a hole to insert the
washing machines tubings and for that I grabbed my forstner bit set to pick up one. I’ve always had the annoying tendency to
make holes and cuts just big enough and in this case I had to enlarge the hole quite
a lot after testing. And in the end it did work but was a hell
to fit all the hoses and I wish I had made it a lot bigger. To install the existing countertop I had to
make some modifications as I purchased a stainless steel sink and the hole needed to be wider. I traced the contour of the inner structure
first so that I could have an idea of where to fit the sink. Here I was squaring up the left side as I
had to cut it out of square previously to fit in the studio because the walls were weird. And yeah, old buildings on downtown Porto
are horribly out of square but hey let’s pop out this rectangular shape. This top is made out of plywood and a cement
board that is moisture resistant and dimensionally stable and only by the end of this project
I realized I could have cut it inside with the dust extraction attached and no dust would
be flying. But I guess it gave a cool visual effect. I had to remove a little section of the main
structure and then it was ready to be glued in place using silicone. Oh yeah and I did seal the entire edge with
silicone as well just for good measure in case water slips under the sink edge. I can now focus on building the structure
for the oven and fridge cabinet using pocket holes. Rockler Woodworking and Hardware is one of
the sponsors of this project and you will see me using a whole bunch of their tools
during this video that really made a difference to speed up the build and make some tasks
easier. I’m talking about basically all the blue
tools and accessories you see me using. I’ll have a link in the description for
those in case it might help you. The base section of this structure was reclaimed
from the old small fridge so here I am just making the top section. By the way, I am using scraps of baltic birch
plywood that is more than strong for this purpose. For the baseboard – I gave my cnc machine
the task to cut some pockets for the air to flow beneath the over and the fridge areas. To support the oven, I attached two solid
wood boards with screws to the structure and into the drawer cabinet to make everything
super sturdy and connected. As the idea here was to use scraps and left
overs from previous projects, instead of making an entire new countertop, I patched up a square
over the oven section. I wasn’t super happy about this idea but
it hold fine in my mind. You will hear some thoughts about this by
the end of the video. So here I am again cutting the cement board
and in the meantime I cut and finished a piece of water resistant MDF that in Portugal is
typically died in green to be easily distinguishable from the regular material. I prepared the base of the countertop section
and put it in place using silicone and screws. The colour became quite different because
the finish on the old countertop part has aged. I forgot I wanted to place the drawer slides
before fitting the oven so I can later take advantage of the space under to make a drawer. Notice that this green shelf is purposely
cut short in order to allow for air flow. Now it’s time to work on the left tall component
of the kitchen. To save money, I decided to buy cheaper materials
as long as they are not visible because birch plywood is rather expensive. This is why you will see me using some more
green water resistant MDF painted white. I wanted all the appliances to be hidden but
the oven, that obviously would be kind of weird to enclose and probably dangerous, so
this is why the floor cabinet on the left is protruding past the rest of the components. I mean, the main reason is because the built-in
washing machines didn’t fit my budget so I went for a regular one that is deeper than
the cabinet I made some rabbets for the backer board to
sit on using my router table and jointed the parts with pocket holes once again. I sanded and finished the side of the cabinet
that is facing out with water based varnish. As you will see, every piece that is visible
from outside will be made out of birch plywood and yellow valchromat, just like the bottom
drawer cabinet. Here I realized this was starting to get super
heavy and would be impossible for me to move around and complete the tower cabinet build
so I put in on the floor. The plywood I got for the backs was not the
best looking but it was pre finished which was a great help. I also bought a bunch of these sheets to make
all the drawers and bottoms for the next Tiny Apartment projects. I kept the correct spacing to fit the small
dish washer and didn’t bother plugging the holes of the pocket holes because they won’t
be visible. The top bigger volume will become the pantry
and on a later episode I will make a cool solution to organize everything properly. I am now working on the right tower that will
have the built-in fridge. This pocket is to provide some ventilation
for the oven and passing the electrical wire to the outlet behind the fridge section. Again, I am using the green stuff because
it won’t be visible. You will start to notice that things seem
to be really out of alignment and they are, visually. Because the starting point, which was the
bottom yellow cabinet, had non conventional widths in order to fit in the studio – and
because I have appliances in many places, the overall look became a bit weird. So, beware OCD’ers, this might trigger you. I built the parts as I went mostly because
the plan was not completely defined so you will see a lot of repetition in this video. Cutting, sanding, varnishing… Here I will need to plug the oven and the
fridge so I had to change the wall outlet to a double one. It’s time to start working on the upper
cabinets and I started by the exhaust fan. Made a hole for the aluminium tubing to fit
and constructed the box fairly tight. This two strips will allow me to fix the box
to the wall. I test fitted the fan and it seemed to work
nicely. Once it was anchored to the wall being centred
to the ceramic hob, I could find the final measurements for the right and left side cabinets. I butt jointed everything with screws because
they will never be seen and these corner clamps from Rockler were really really handy to keep
everything aligned and square. I almost forgot to make the rabbets for the
backer piece so I reassembled them afterwards. As this is a concrete wall, I placed the boxes
in the correct place and drilled small diameter holes thought the plywood backing pieces to
mark the concrete. Then I drilled bigger holes for bushings and
finally attached everything. Because the wall is horribly built, the left
side cabinet had to be slightly trimmed to adapt to the waves. The fronts of the cabinets were cut from two
different sheets but I tried to match the grain so it looks reasonably continuous. These two scraps are simple templates to trace
the center of the hinges. Number 1 was used for smaller fronts are number
2 for larger ones. Then, I could align this concealed hinge drilling
jig to those lines and start drilling. The provided forstner bit wasn’t really
sharp so it took some effort. It might seem insignificant, but I actually
enjoyed using this jig as I could align it with the same pencil line as in the door front
and get perfectly spaced holes every time. Now it’s just a matter of snapping the hinges
in place. During this build I got contacted by a Portuguese
company that makes plywood called Laminar. They were very interested in partnering with
me so I decided to use their products for the interior parts of the upper cabinets. Laminar is one of the sponsors of this video
and they are very focused on the production of Eucalyptus Plywood. Besides Asia, it is extremely rare to find
a factory producing this type of plywood, which makes them rather special. I found it to be quite strong and hard as
it can be a great solution for structural works as well as pieces of furniture of a
bigger scale. As the faces are great looking due to the
straight grain, it can be used for shelves, table tops, and other woodworking or carpentry
projects. Another idea would be to use it for interior
design, wall panels, doors, ceilings and other contemporary architecture purposes. They invited me to their factory and I found
it so cool that everything is still traditionally manufactured that I decided to film the process
to show you, so I hope you enjoyed this segment. They produce all kinds of plywood meeting
the customer’s needs using other species of wood as well as veneers. I will be using their products on a couple
more videos in the future, so stay tuned for that! You can find the link to their website in
the description. Alright so as I wanted to keep the exterior
faces all in birch plywood, I picked some scraps and glued the remaining width needed
with the eucalyptus plywood. I used floating tenons for reinforcement as
these birch strips are going to be basically floating. The rest of the procedure was the same. Screwing, cutting, checking for fit, sanding
and finishing. One of the back pieces needed a groove to
make room for the electric wire of the exhaust fan. The middle top cabinet isn’t as deep as
the other two because I didn’t want to mess up with the fan aluminium tubing. that means
it is basically rested up on the cabinet beneath it and screwed to the ones on each side. Now that the fronts are ready it’s time
to install the lift mechanisms. I followed the instructions from the manufacturer
and it wasn’t too hard. Nice thing is that the jig to drill the concealed
hinges holes can also be used to attach this component here. I’ll have a link in the description for
these. Now it’s a matter of adjusting the strength
of the lift system according to the size of each door front. Here I am using some more eucalypus plywood
from Laminar to make a divider over the fridge. These corner clamps from Rockler were amazingly
useful as I wouldn’t even know how to hold the wood in place while screwing it on a perfect
position without them. Here’s a hole to insert the microwave wiring. Now I can work on the fridge doors. I took the opportunity of cutting out the
handle shapes on the fridge doors to cut the remaining handle for the door under the sink
to match the rest of the drawers. If you notice, I only carved handles on doors
that I wouldn’t be able to open without a handle. I don’t really like to have protruding hardware
around me because I have a tendency to hit it with my hands and kneed and even my shirts
or jackets get pulled and stuck which is very annoying. So, this is the main reason why I choose to
make holes as handles for the kitchen and the bathroom vanity also has flat handles. A cool trick to make sure your design is being
cut in the centre of your workpiece, is to center it with the zero point on the software. I had to remove the fridge to screw the hinge
plates on and the yellow tower is almost finished. The top piece was indescribably heavy and
couldn’t lift my arms enough to make it fit up in there. To complete the missing space of the full
design, I built a drawer just like the ones from the Studio Kitchen episode that you can
watch right here. There was no space for the hand to fit in
the drawer handle hole, so I created a recess on the oven divider. I hot glued a little yellow strip to cover
the gap over the oven. This doesn’t need to be super attached,
is just a decorative detail. I had some inicial ideas for the backsplash
but ended up going with the same material as the countertop. So I made a hole for the wall outlet and sanded
and finished the surface with two coats of a hight quality hard wax. I really enjoyed the finished look and the
fact that it is moisture resistant. But then noticed that the color was different
from the current countertop that had another type of finish that I tried to sand, scrape
and still couldn’t get it enough removed to be fresh to receive the hardwax. I couldn’t sand the surface deeper to remove
completely the previous finish because once you remove the cement layer that covers the
top, the wood particles from the board get revealed and I didn’t want that look. So this became sort of a mess and I plan to
replace the whole countertop for a fresh new sheet of cement board to which I will apply
the same finish as the backsplash. Frustrating, yeah. I was really happy about the placement of
the outlet hole and replaced the previous white plastic cover for a black one. I think it looks more bad ass… Now the final touches…the baseboard and
completing the washing machine door. And that’s it for now! Or course there is still work to do as I am
planning to replace the countertop, building a storage solution for this big cabinet to
become the pantry, applying a thin light channel aaand closing the cabinet tops all the way
to the ceiling to hide the aluminium tubing. I hope you learned something with my experience
and got some good ideas for your next projects. A big shout out to the people that support
me on Patreon as well as to Rockler and Laminar that all together made this project possible. Catch you guys later! Rather sooner than later, I mean! Ahah

100 Comments

rneustel

Jun 6, 2019, 4:34 am Reply

No need for the gym!! ? I was really amazed at your skills, and my shoulders were hurting seeing you trying to lift that refrigerator piece—glad you got some help!

Nick Hidney

Jun 6, 2019, 8:08 am Reply

My god your work is amazing. Very inspiring!

catprog

Jun 6, 2019, 10:47 am Reply

3:14 I would be worried about the dust due to the Silicosis epidemic here in Qld.

Alessio Vidal

Jun 6, 2019, 12:04 am Reply

This is freaking cool. Love the accent colour, that yellow rocks and really works with the countertop!!

Asymmetric Archer

Jun 6, 2019, 5:10 am Reply

This build is so pretty to look at ?? the lines are so clean and everything looks great

Angelita Canaria

Jun 6, 2019, 3:40 am Reply

All your proyectos are wonderful. The designe of the kitchen is fantastic. What I not like is to put in 2 diferent6 colours and so strong Orange. If the colours are the same and softer I love it. Thanks for show the wood fabric. Hope see soon more from the Canary islands Spain

Sheena Hinlo

Jun 6, 2019, 8:04 am Reply

You're really great! ?

Josef Abd Elmalk

Jun 6, 2019, 1:35 am Reply

Very beautiful channel
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Very useful❤️
I really loved it
❤️
Thank you?
❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

João Luciano Diniz Costa

Jun 6, 2019, 11:42 am Reply

Eu já vi este video 500 vezes! Este canal é o meu Netflix!

П. Арина

Jun 6, 2019, 9:42 pm Reply

уф, всегда хотела сделать своими руками кухню под себя, и оказывается, это реально ! 0о круто!

I S

Jun 6, 2019, 12:15 am Reply

You use some Bosch tools, wondering why those instead of Rockler…

Аристарх Леонидович

Jun 6, 2019, 1:09 pm Reply

You are the best! respect from Ukraine!

vargasmongo3435

Jun 6, 2019, 4:19 pm Reply

the level of expertise is really high I love it! ?

Builders Plus Custom Homes and Remodels

Jun 6, 2019, 8:05 pm Reply

Oh goodness i thought i lost you for a second!!!! We've gotten a new channel and you didn't pull up for the longest. Phew GREAT CONTENT AS USUAL!!! love it! Yes, I remember all the past work. This is a great follow up

Will Garmer

Jun 6, 2019, 12:34 pm Reply

The rainbow/color details on this project are awesome. I especially like that you made the rainbow plywood from scratch.

Waiting eagerly to see the sofa video.

Francisco Gómez Astúa

Jul 7, 2019, 1:47 am Reply

You should have added subtitles on minute 16:00 given the difference in volume and sound quality.

emeilly Lee

Jul 7, 2019, 7:26 am Reply

Although I am a business woman from a big panel furniture-making factory for wooden furniture wholesale, I am very appreciated what this woman in the video has done for Full-home customized furniture. marvelous ! that is also hard-working.

jeffrey tongco

Jul 7, 2019, 5:53 am Reply

hey, may I know what is the height of the upper cabinets, height of the range hood.by the way what is your height?

Orko TEG

Jul 7, 2019, 9:03 pm Reply

everything is fine, but the refrigerator near the stove – not a good idea.

Danial Maude

Jul 7, 2019, 12:00 am Reply

Bloody hell you are talented!

Antonio A

Jul 7, 2019, 1:59 am Reply

Parabéns pelos vídeos, sabedoria, empenho e gosto no que fazes.

John Yishkovich

Jul 7, 2019, 6:45 pm Reply

Look is cool. How much is price, for all?

Ricardo Diaz

Jul 7, 2019, 11:41 am Reply

Damn, looks good.

Miriam Ben Nkissa

Jul 7, 2019, 1:30 pm Reply

thak you lady

Miriam Ben Nkissa

Jul 7, 2019, 1:40 pm Reply

thank you lady i hope we got the rest of the video

Laradegonzales Slag

Jul 7, 2019, 6:27 pm Reply

Watching this video for the 3rth time!, Loving this chanel.

Linda Morse

Jul 7, 2019, 9:46 am Reply

Very impressive. You really are good at your craft. Thanks for the inspiration!

Suzanne Martin

Jul 7, 2019, 12:17 pm Reply

Why adjust all your funiture to crooked walls if these are made to disassemble (just in case)? Why not build them square then just shim them to the crooked wall?

Sérgio Miranda

Jul 7, 2019, 7:36 pm Reply

Sem dúvida que subscrevo, Ganda malha

grafvonstauffenburg

Jul 7, 2019, 8:37 pm Reply

The world's birch trees thank you that you did make extensive use of composite materials. "It is to be hoped" that eventually even DIY "types" will revert to steel and/or plastics/composites for all "millwork" and "cabinetry"!!! (For now "bamboo" & its derivatives are an excellent choice for those who "must have" "wood"!

grafvonstauffenburg

Jul 7, 2019, 8:47 pm Reply

The stock for your cabinet doors is way overkill; moreover, for seldom-used cupboards, "sliders" (as are common in Japan) are simple, elegant, and largely free of "hardware."

grafvonstauffenburg

Jul 7, 2019, 8:50 pm Reply

Also, including 'rollers' or 'castors' makes cleaning/removal MUCH easier…!

CeeJay B

Jul 7, 2019, 11:46 pm Reply

You are way too cool 🙂

Alessandra Pacheco – SP/Brasil

Jul 7, 2019, 2:02 am Reply

Vc é top!!! ❤️

vinnie victory

Jul 7, 2019, 6:48 am Reply

A very talented female no doubt. Why do some mention a man? PORTO is the best city, after Lisboa.

DarlaJean

Jul 7, 2019, 6:25 pm Reply

Love this…thank you

Tony Lewis

Jul 7, 2019, 8:29 pm Reply

amazing work. as always

Zianeshka Sparen

Jul 7, 2019, 12:15 am Reply

Working as an accountant now but moving into building little by little. Already have my miter saw, circular saw, some clamps, kreg jig, tool boxes, sander, rulers. ???? Dang it. I am waaay further than I thought. ?????
Alreasy built my sewing table out of 4 Kallax Ikea furniture look alike which I can (dis)assemble into 1 unit and holds sewing machine, accessories, etc. Printer & computer box stand, simple table, soap making boxes, etc.
Giiiirl, you inspired me to make the plunge!!!! Ladieeeessss: WE CAN.

Hatti Lim

Jul 7, 2019, 12:50 am Reply

you're a rockstar. i'm obsessed

מתן דור

Jul 7, 2019, 5:21 am Reply

great & esthetic job!!!

Becky Longfur

Jul 7, 2019, 5:26 am Reply

Que bonito trabajas la madera seda en tus manos…..

Vijay Kumar

Jul 7, 2019, 11:08 am Reply

awesome design. I really love your passion

Amin Traders

Jul 7, 2019, 11:45 am Reply

Nice Work

Тётя Роза

Jul 7, 2019, 2:06 pm Reply

I liked yellow color and small vacuum cleaner ?

ThatDutchguy

Jul 7, 2019, 7:49 am Reply

The only problem i have is with the Eucalyptus, the rest was awesome.

Yes, it grows fast and uses less water, very commercially interesting tree,….but there's were the pro's end for Eucalyptus.

Eucalyptus not native to Europe or most of the planet is a very poisonous tree.

The leafes that fall off can't be processed by insects or fungi not native to Australia and New Zealand,…that's most of the globe, including all of Europe.

These leafes build up toxins in the soil, displacing other shrubbery and tree's native to us,…and with that the animals and insects, neither of which can process any part of the Eucalyptus tree, including its debris.

This debris just lays there building up and dry's up,…a perfect tinderbox.

This in turn causes many large forest fires,…especially in Portugal, I've seen the aftermath of this many times on my travels to Portugal.

And the only tree that gets a head start after a forest fire is again the Eucalyptus, it's seeds sprouts fast in burned soil, faster than anything else.

This displaces even more native flaura&fauna,…it's a vicious cycle.

As you can tell, i'm no fan of the cultivation of the Eucalyptus tree here or anywhere else outside of Australia and New Zealand.

But great video non the less ?-up.

Мистер Твистер

Jul 7, 2019, 9:01 am Reply

Пацан хочет побыстрее остаться без яиц, не сверлите на себя никогда!

Samuel Freitas

Jul 7, 2019, 4:06 pm Reply

Muito bom, parabéns!

Four0Six OnTheFly

Jul 7, 2019, 8:13 pm Reply

That was amazing work!!!! It looks wonderful!!!!! Well done! I hope you do this for a living because you do awesome work!!!!! You are a VERY TALENTED CARPENTER/MAKER/DESIGNER!!!! I build fly rod's and water cooled PC's in my free time. I dream of be able to do this kind of stuff, hats off to you!!!

Lili Miguelez

Jul 7, 2019, 12:22 am Reply

Wow, it s incredible! Who can san women are not capable?

Sirios Star

Jul 7, 2019, 7:30 am Reply

I love where you mentioned having a tendency to make openings that are too small and then having to enlarge them.
I have the same tic. I am one of these carpenters that hates to cut trees and lumber.
I built a deck on Bainbridge island near Seattle many many years ago and the client wanted clear old growth red cedar for the deck boards. When it arrived and was stacked on the framing , my partner and i just stared at it for about thirty minutes . We then looked at each other and said . “ i don’t think i can cut this stuff. it is waay to beautiful.” Eventually we did but were traumatized . ?

Cat. E.

Jul 7, 2019, 8:01 am Reply

God she's talented, i'm inspired to make my own furniture now

The OneLost

Jul 7, 2019, 12:58 pm Reply

its woomen or boy7

Eitan Schwartz

Jul 7, 2019, 3:44 pm Reply

Great videos! Am I mistaken or was this not a part of the kitchen playlist? Almost missed this video 🙂

Gábor Bakos

Jul 7, 2019, 3:46 pm Reply

Those set of expensive tools that were needed to do this whole thing cost more than you would order a kitchen.

IAM Will

Jul 7, 2019, 5:49 pm Reply

This is awesome !! Great job. Loved your video ;]

Damion Reid

Jul 7, 2019, 3:07 pm Reply

This was amazing. I enjoyed every second of this video

yamir zender

Jul 7, 2019, 6:33 pm Reply

wow yoU are an artist that is why i suscribed ,big huges from LIMA PERU

Яна Хайруллина

Jul 7, 2019, 7:49 pm Reply

Охрененно!

Tab

Jul 7, 2019, 3:45 am Reply

Without words, an incredible work, full of details, an enormous effort and practically alone, congratulations, exclent work! and very good design!

PD: how many days did it take you approximately?

Ерболат Орынбасар

Jul 7, 2019, 10:26 am Reply

I think it is too expensive to build kitchen from plywood

Ricardo J. Cabello

Jul 7, 2019, 11:07 pm Reply

nice video, how long is that kitchen?

wesingtogether

Jul 7, 2019, 4:46 am Reply

The fridge needs space around it, so that it can work normally, how does it work after some time has passed since building this ?

Therealsourdiesel

Jul 7, 2019, 9:35 am Reply

amazing work

RossoXIII

Jul 7, 2019, 12:23 pm Reply

Que trabalho espectacular. És mesmo artista Cristiana! O maior sucesso para ti, com videos desta qualidade vai ser fácil! 🙂

leo h. Costa

Jul 7, 2019, 3:41 pm Reply

Super legal. Qual o material que usou nos gabinetes? Achei que fosse MDF pintado ou com laminados, mas um material todo tingido.

hanino foot

Jul 7, 2019, 4:13 pm Reply

Good job

DOINKERSSS

Jul 7, 2019, 6:59 pm Reply

OMG I'm a woman in my mid thirties and always interested in fixing or building things but never had the courage!! I thought I was too short and frail. But maybe now I will try to at least fix things or make small things around my house!! ???

crandf

Jul 7, 2019, 12:39 pm Reply

I feel that not every thing has to be encased in wood, eg the washer, dish washer, and fridge. It makes it more inconvenient if you need to fix piping issues or replace them, and you are limited to a size that will fit

Enis Kadipinar

Jul 7, 2019, 8:29 pm Reply

wow!!!!

Azizah S.

Jul 7, 2019, 6:33 pm Reply

I like watching your videos cus they relax me so much

Jasmine el fiky

Aug 8, 2019, 2:20 am Reply

Nice tools but why to bother putting a fridge and a washing machine in a cabinet ?

Michał

Aug 8, 2019, 7:13 am Reply

ja pierdzielę… zepsuła meble…

angel alvarez soria

Aug 8, 2019, 9:03 am Reply

I don't café about other warkers…You are muy favourite, muy number one. You're fantastic

aldret aldret

Aug 8, 2019, 1:20 pm Reply

Amazing work. I have a lot of admiration. My mother is 88 years old. Some elements are too high for her. What can you do for older people, In their kitchen? Send me the video also with the kind of solid wheels we can put under furniture. Any kind of furniture. With a system to fix it , also. But with a possibility to change the place of furniture the easiest way…When we can’ t bring everything. On this subject, you need a special furniture which will help you not to bring heavy things like this, don’t you? ????

Piyudo Piyu

Aug 8, 2019, 7:10 am Reply

you are the best ??????????????

Puvendran Pillay

Aug 8, 2019, 3:12 am Reply

The piece of wood below the countertop at the door of the oven will warp and deform in some time because of the heat and steam from the oven

Fizul Davinci

Aug 8, 2019, 11:44 am Reply

I Like your design

Victor Rodriguez

Aug 8, 2019, 9:37 pm Reply

Te quedó excelente

Cinthia Veloso

Aug 8, 2019, 2:48 am Reply

Amei!!!!!!

RAJA ASIF

Aug 8, 2019, 11:10 am Reply

Amazing
I wish work under your supervision.

cheryl garcia

Aug 8, 2019, 12:53 pm Reply

wow ?

rolgom 0314

Aug 8, 2019, 2:50 pm Reply

I like the way you arranged and designed the kitchen. Simple but elegant. It’s looking neat and complete in the least sense of space and budget. You inspire me to do it in my kitchen. Thanks a lot for a wonderful idea.

Tom Prevost

Aug 8, 2019, 2:01 am Reply

Where do I source the smiley faces to cover my butt crack? nice job.

tokaldrin

Aug 8, 2019, 3:27 am Reply

Well done. I enjoyed your video

Luis Munoz Nicho

Aug 8, 2019, 5:41 am Reply

Genia!!!

Noel Machica

Aug 8, 2019, 12:25 pm Reply

Ur such an amazing and creative creature hahaha I mean I maybe lost doing all those things which u r building. Great job!

Martina Thornton

Aug 8, 2019, 1:05 pm Reply

Excellent work…???!

Simon Kennedy

Aug 8, 2019, 3:56 pm Reply

A trick I learned from New Yankee Workshop about hanging cabinets is to attach a plank with an angled edge to the wall then have an opposite edge on the back of the cabinet. Just drop the cabinet in place and gravity keeps it there.

Designe Designe

Aug 8, 2019, 12:55 am Reply

Parabéns, ficou incrível!

Alberto Carrera

Aug 8, 2019, 4:22 am Reply

Alguien me puede decir de qué material es la encimera ….de lujo el video

Mike Perdue

Aug 8, 2019, 1:07 am Reply

Well done Ms.

grafvonstauffenburg

Aug 8, 2019, 4:58 am Reply

Very appealing layout & design–esp. the lack of "pulls" on the drawers. Overall impression: a bit overbuilt….esp. in the use of 20 mm birch plywood….where either thinner/cheaper materials would certainly do…. Bamboo lumber is available & makes very hard, durable countertops, and sliding doors on cabinets are simple, more Japanese, and elegant. Along the same line, in an apt. with wooden floors, some sort of colour (poly) scheme on the door & drawer fronts would add a youthful, playful appeal….

Charlotte Brown

Aug 8, 2019, 1:05 am Reply

Is there a back ground page on you?
I came across one of your videos by accident and then watched a couple more. So why would like to know a lot more about you. Like your background in carpentry and how did you get your name on all that equipment. I'm totally fascinated by everything you're doing and would give anything to have all the equipment that you have. But now at my age you wouldn't do me any good LOL. I was a carpenter myself many years ago so I really enjoy watching the work you do. Are these rooms that you do samples or just learning processes or do you actually live there? I have decided to subscribe and ring the bell so look forward to more of your videos.

Vicki Walker

Aug 8, 2019, 12:25 pm Reply

Amazing skills!!! Keep building!

Milton Carlos Durán

Aug 8, 2019, 6:48 pm Reply

Excellent work, congrats.

Mila Oliveira

Aug 8, 2019, 1:23 pm Reply

OMG I just wanna marry you!

Surasak Meejamnong

Aug 8, 2019, 4:46 pm Reply

So nice to see

Tomislav Bilić

Aug 8, 2019, 4:57 pm Reply

What material is the yellow board?

Monica L

Aug 8, 2019, 5:59 pm Reply

So much attention to detail…. love it.

Parodi Costumi

Aug 8, 2019, 3:02 am Reply

I want it all in my home

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