Bathroom Remodeling

Remodeling Our Pole Barn into a Kitchen – Time Lapse





A several-month remodel project in 18 minutes, where an old underutilized building is converted into a kitchen. I filmed the entire remodel process starting with …

source

39 comments

  1. Сделано из г…а и палок.

    Reply
  2. There isn't anything better than time lapse! Beautiful job!

    Reply
  3. Nice work guys!

    Reply
  4. Se mira q trabajan muy bien👌 felisisades

    Reply
  5. Por q no terminaron el vídeo para ver cómo queda la casa

    Reply
  6. theres not a single stylistic or functional choice here that i understand AHAH but well done and nice video 👍

    Reply
  7. It certainly has me thinking of food prep and storage. Nice space repurposing.

    But why a bathtub for the kitchen?

    Reply
  8. Very less natural light and too much of cluster and non cohesive colors…

    Reply
  9. I was waiting on a long kitchen island to be built for more storage and work room! It looks great! Good job!

    Reply
  10. I wish i could have one of those to make my own house!

    Reply
  11. Excellent👏👏👍👍

    Reply
  12. Osb board gives off small amounts of gas. Be sure to paint it well.

    Reply
  13. Sacré boulot, bravo. Bonjour de France.

    Reply
  14. Hello new friend here let's to be friend. Thank you!!!

    Reply
  15. What are those Redish things which they put between the woods/walls ??
    And what are they For ??

    Reply
  16. I love it. I don't see a toilet in the bathroom. Also, if this for a kitchen, why do you need a bathtub? I'm just asking.

    Reply
  17. Total cost?

    Reply
  18. Wow I would love to have had a canning kitchen, when I was younger! This is great!

    Reply
  19. Bravo, well done. RESPECT 💓

    Reply
  20. Sooo expensive renovation…

    Reply
  21. My friends family has a big detached garage and they turned it into a kitchen and living room space. Whenever family comes over or they have parties they all hang out in the garage instead of going into the actual house.

    Reply
  22. Oireginaldo 🇧🇷

    Reply
  23. Was there plumbing? I didn’t see any plumbing work.

    Reply
  24. Well it certainly won't win awards for the most beautiful project. But then again thats not the point. Certainly looks functional.

    I certainly would have done things differently.. but it's not my kitchen.

    As for the work done certainly looked to a good standard.

    Reply
  25. Nicely done and the cleaning I think you are a smart when you organize the space is big I wonder what your product from the farm and this ketchin I guessed eggs and tomatoes

    Reply
  26. looks fantastic, very practical

    Reply
  27. What was that metal plate you put on the baseboard that was after the visqueen and before the osb?

    Reply
  28. Can I ask you, guys? Why most of American people use wood instead of bricks or something surely?

    Reply
  29. I love to learn and see how they beuild the tyny houses i plan to live in futer.

    Reply
  30. They must have lost a lot of weight😂

    Reply
  31. Good job, Joshua!!!👍

    Reply
  32. Give you a tip give the washer dryer combo to some one you don’t like. I once put a bath towel in the dryer damp came back from work 8 hours later and it was still damp never did dry any clothes. Invest in a regular. Washer and separate dryer in the big picture you’ll save hundreds if not thousands of dollars.

    Reply
  33. Love to see the kitchen in use table, chairs ext and how you utilized all the space and appliances?
    P.S I love your videos.

    Reply
  34. This is great! Funny how some are hung up on the style choices when I have seen so many beautiful looking kitchens made of top dollar materials that could be featured in an architecture catalog that never seem to be used. They just order take-out! Great work and cool video. I also was a bit confused by the fish eye, but my kids set me straight. Thank you for sharing and God Bless!

    Reply
  35. Josh,
    Just Humor: The wide angle lens made it look like all the framing lumber came from Home Despot. 🙂

    Reply
  36. Do not understand why you are not connected to the house.

    Reply
  37. As a german it is really strange to see how other countrys build things. In germany we would call this "Baupfusch" 😀

    Reply
  38. I wish I had the opportunity to have a kitchen like this, I envy you this……. But, what material is the pink insulation batting made of?, I'm only used to glass wool, rock wool and styrofoam as insulation material here in Norway. I also ponder a bit on your choise of flooring in the bath room. ……. Alas, overall I think this was a bloomin good idea……. next you have to film it while using this lovely facility.

    Reply

Have your say