Bathroom Remodeling

Diy Recessed Wall Cupboard | Additional Fancy Lights!





Cost-free Options for The Standard Cell WORKBENCH ►►

Recessed wall cabinets are neat. I like recovering the added storage place in the wall! I produced this cupboard out of wooden, glass, and aluminum for our toilet transform. Far more details on this job:

Lavatory MAKEOVER PLAYLIST ►

Advert-Absolutely free Venture Films ►
__
WWMM is sponsored by MicroJig, maker of the GRR-RIPPER

Retain your fingers protected. Get a GRR-RIPPER ►

GET YOUR Free of charge AUDIO Ebook! ►►

—————-
Preserve Funds Though Purchasing Online ►► Signal up now and get a $10 gift card with your to start with $25 obtain with Ebates!
—————-
Equip your woodworking shop for under $1,000:

PATREON ►
Instruments I USE►
WWMM T-SHIRTS►
FACEBOOK►
INSTAGRAM►
—————-
MAILING Handle:

WWMM
448 Ignacio Blvd. #237
Novato CA 94949
—————-
Woodworking for Mere Mortals® is a registered trademark of ZRAM Media, LLC.
#woodworking #powertools #WWMM
Category
Howto & Design and style

—————-

Audio:

“Princess Meow-Meow’s Topic”, “Keys” and “Free Joint” by For each Almered

source

50 comments

  1. This is awesome. You have all the tools!

    Reply
  2. Did you say FUSE ?

    Reply
  3. Just a comment it works breaking the glass if you raise it a little and drop it on the cut on the edge of table.

    Reply
  4. I am 5 mins in and you are so darn funny. I love it! Subscribed#

    Reply
  5. GLOVES GLOVES GLOVES GLOVES GLOVES GLOVES GLOVES GLOVES

    Reply
  6. Your drywalling sucks.

    Reply
  7. Do you have plans for making a medicine cabinet mirrored door with perimeter colonial trim mounted to a recessed box with shelves?

    Reply
  8. All the drugs you have to take when you get older…..great job

    Reply
  9. I was waiting for gore while he was working with the mirror without GLOVES.

    Reply
  10. The last piece of the mirror that you broke off looks like Mississippi…

    Shoulda saved it for the wooden State/Country Video with California and Brazil.

    Reply
  11. Loved this idea, but I could not find the link for the plans for this project.

    Reply
  12. I like the cabinet Steve, but man, you've got to go back and re-do that drywall patch.

    Reply
  13. Just out of curiosity, what do you do to keep your cat safe from accidently her/his self in your workshop?

    Reply
  14. well done the job

    Reply
  15. I've been wondering, are you sponsored by Ryobi or it your preferred tool brand?

    Reply
  16. What kind of screw driver were you using? It looked to have a ratchet effect

    Reply
  17. What a super project outcome..  Thanks so much for documenting and teaching. It's terrific!!  I want it now.

    Reply
  18. man this channel is super entertaining.. I am watching for hours ahah

    Reply
  19. Excellent!!!! thank you for posting

    Reply
  20. Hello Mr Ramsey, I am a noob and I have never tried to do anything about carpentry or working with wood before, but I want to make a nail polish rack by myself because if I go to buy a nail polish rack and it won't fit fir my salon , either it's too big or too small . I want a custom make . Please help me Mr Ramsey. Thank you very much

    Reply
  21. it is easier if you tap the glass several times before you snap It off (the little circle on one side of the glass cutter)

    Reply
  22. maybe wearing gloves when breaking the mirror

    Reply
  23. Awwww! Next time knock the scratched mirror or glass lightly (once is enough) from the bottom just at the expected cut with that metal ball you have at the tip of your knife – it will microjig… eeee no… micro-break the crystal structure of the glass. After that you will have to use little to no effort to break the glass and you will get a very clean cut every time. Unless you did that and just did not show it in your movie. But seeing how much you struggled with breaking the glass makes me think you didn't knock your mirror. Love your movies! Cheers!

    Reply
  24. nice job

    Reply
  25. I thought you bought that thing. That's really quite amazing.

    Reply
  26. My names is Paul im italian

    Reply
  27. u should do a corner wall mounted desk next. That would be a nice project

    Reply
  28. Awesome recessed shelf!! And, I Love American Gods. Neil Gaiman is an amazing writer.

    Reply
  29. "Hey Do you want to see Lucy's ____" loved the book.

    Reply
  30. Call of Duty: Wood Warfare CoD 2016

    Reply
  31. turned out sharp! where did you get the metal and what exactly was it ? I like how the contrasting use of materials turned out for you great job 🙂

    Reply
  32. 1:48 using the edge is unsafe! Leave it on the table and place 2 matches or similar underneath the notch. That's enough to cut the glass apart.

    Reply
  33. Two favorite smells, hot tar & Red Star yeast factory.

    Reply
  34. Good Job!!!👍🏻

    Reply
  35. Always entertaining.

    Reply
  36. I love youre videos but im not gonna lie im here for the microjig skits 🙂

    Reply
  37. Schöne Idee 🙂

    Reply
  38. Keep up the good work.

    Reply
  39. My confidence in cutting glass is such that I would have cut the mirror first and then built the box around that. 😉 Of course, that's assuming I wouldn't need to recess a box that needed very specific dimensions.

    Reply
  40. Loved this build. Looks really good. But I cringe every time I see you paint wood. =(

    Reply
  41. Cheap, ugly scrap plywood. How dare you calmly announce to the world your true feelings for that piece of wood. Is it the wood's fault it's ugly? Is it the wood's fault it was priced low or inexpensive? I firmly hope this week you delve deep into your soul and make a conscious effort to change and apologize to that lovely piece of plywood…
    🙂
    As always Steve, interesting video / DIY project. Keep them coming

    Reply
  42. hey! please do minecraft-related stuffs!

    Reply
  43. "I may or may not be able to cut this accurately….whoops"

    Reply
  44. good video
    But funny how everything there is made of wood… ahahaha
    Why is that?

    Reply
  45. I like this a lot Steve. Nice job.

    Reply
  46. loved that first person camera work

    Reply
  47. I think it turned out really nice. You always make it look so easy to make great stuff. I loved the shot of the table saw blade with the camera riding on the sled!

    Reply
  48. Hey Steve, what table saw do you have?

    Reply
  49. Nice cabinet Steve.

    Reply
  50. Nice cabinet. I like the aluminum trim!

    Reply

Have your say