The Weekender: “Halfway to Rustic” (Season 4, Episode 7)

The Weekender: “Halfway to Rustic” (Season 4, Episode 7)


[jaunty music] – I’m Monica Mangin,
and I believe that updating your home doesn’t have to take
a ton of time or money. I show people how to get
Pinterest-worthy spaces that are just right for them. – This doesn’t even look
like our house! – Are you kidding me?
– Whoa. – You’re good? – Give me one weekend. I’ll give you five projects, and you’ll have
a completely transformed space by Monday. [bold music] This weekend, I am working
on a master bathroom, which–a bathroom
in a weekend is no joke. It’s a lot to do,
but the good news is, this bathroom is already headed
in the right direction. The homeowners know
where they want it to end up. They just need my help
getting it there. It’s a lot of work,
but we got this. [bold music] [tranquil percussive music] – Okay, so here’s the space. – All right.
It’s a pretty good size. – Great size.
We– we really love
the size of it. It’s much larger
than what we were used to about a year or so ago.
– Yeah. – It’s very beige.
– It is a lot–it has a lot of brown going on.
– It’s beige on beige on beige.
– Yeah. – Hi, I’m Mark.
– And I’m Tara, and we’re super excited to see some changes
in our master bathroom. – Currently, the bathroom’s
not bright enough for what we need. – We kind of call it
the “beige cave.” There is probably
seven different shades of brown in our bathroom. Um, the floors are
a shade of brown, the walls are a shade of brown, so everything is brown, but not all even
cohesively brown together. – But you guys have started
renovating in here, so you’ve made, like, steps. This–this subway tile
was not here. This is all you, right? – We thought this would,
like… – Seal the deal?
– Kind of make it all better. It didn’t really make it
all better. – So you were, like,
“I’ll subway tile, and instantly, the bathroom
will be exactly what we want.” – Yes, yes.
– Exactly, and that’s clearly not what happened.
We’re–we’re just looking for more coloring, more brightness, more character.
– Okay, yeah. Another thing
that I noticed in here are these mirrors. I mean, they’re adorable, but I don’t even think– yeah, no. I-I only can see myself
from here to here, so I can only imagine they don’t work for you.
– They don’t. – But I can see myself.
– Did I wear green? – [laughs]
– I mean, from here down, I’m killing it today,
but I have no idea what’s happening up there. So they were–
– See, I can see per– I can see my whole body…
– Oh, yeah. Look at that.
– Almost, right? See, it’s perfect. It works.
– You’re great. It works for me.
It wasn’t an issue. – How’s it been working? Get up clo–oh.
– Just a little– a little like this. – Just a little bend.
That’s all. – Yeah, it’s not–
– A little bend. – It’s not optimal.
– [laughing] It’s not optimal. The other thing I noticed not just the mirror height, but this is almost, like,
a kid-height vanity. Like, did you know
they make them in two different heights
like that? – No.
– No, but I did always feel like that was very low. – Yeah, it’s like,
you actually do have to bend to do anything here.
– Mm-hm. – But–yeah, this is
a kid-height vanity. – Oh.
– What a terrible thing to put in a master bath. – Yeah, it’s–
it’s very, very low, so you–there’s that. – We’re looking for
a more rustic feel in our bathroom, and when you think “rustic,”
I think you think browns and natural tones, but what we have
just really is not working. – So we have
a good bit of stuff we need to load out of here, and actually,
we’re gonna combine our loadout with some demo, too. – Great.
– There’s a few things I wanna knock out
and take out, so– and then, on top of all that, we have five projects. – Fantastic.
– So it’s gonna be a busy weekend.
– Love it. Sounds good.
– Great. [modern dance music] – So mini-vanity
is going to go. Okay? Completely out.
– Okay. – And completely useless
privacy wall. Gonna go.
– I like–that sounds great. – So the wall’s
gonna come out first. – Yeah, I have
the plumbing unhooked. We’ll take this wall down, and then we can lift
that top up. – There is one outlet
in the wall, because they couldn’t
make it easy on us. – So all we’ll do
is we’ll relocate that, so you can still have
an area to get ready. – Yeah, that’s it. – Nice. – One…
– Okay. – Two, three! – Whoa, okay.
Easier than I thought. – And we’ll go out.
– Ready? Tara, you have it?
– Yeah, I’m fine. I got it. – All right. [rock music] – Nice. – Got it. [rock music] – Whoo!
– Out of here. There we go. – There you are, boys. [rock music] Jason’s gonna be smooth. All right, one more thing
we gotta get rid of. We are getting rid
of your toilet. All right, guys, we got
this place prepped for paint, and are you sad
to see this brown go? – No.
– Not at all. – You’re not sad at all, huh?
– Not sad at all, no. – I think
you’re really gonna like what I picked out
for this room. It’s gonna make
a pretty dramatic impact. All right, you guys ready? – Yep.
– Yes. – Excited?
– Uh-huh. – Very excited.
– This is a game-changer in the room, you know. All right, and here’s
what I got for you. – Oh, nice. Nice and clean.
– I like it. – Nice and clean, light.
– Yeah. – Bright.
Nothing too crazy. But there’s gonna be
a little bit of contrast… – Okay.
– Between the tile and the white that we put up.
– Okay. – It’s not gonna just
kind of disappear into it, ’cause I still want
the subway tile to be the star of the show.
– Mm-hm. – Um, but right now,
it kind of just sticks out, like, oh, subway tile, brown.
– Mm. – So right now, we’re gonna
make this flow together a lot nicer, but it’s not
the exact same tone as your tile, so you’ll still
have a bit of a pop from it. – Okay, great. [spacey modern music] – All right, so this is
gonna dry a little bit differently. See how it’s
a little different in– – Yeah.
– In–different tone than your tile? – Right.
– Yeah. – I wanted there
to still be some contrast, so that was on purpose. – Perfect.
– All right? – I like it. – Some people might think
that white’s boring, but I absolutely love using it
in so many of my designs. It’s always trending
because it’s a classic look that can work
in pretty much any space. [upbeat modern music] All right, so how do you feel
about a big old mirror making its way
into your bathroom? – I feel great about it.
– You think Mark’s gonna like it?
– Yes, I do. – All right, good. So this is just a basic, kind of builder-grade
rectangular mirror, and you could totally
just use clips and put it up
and have it flow, but I think we can
add to it style-wise very easily,
and make it fit in kind of with
the whole style theme we’re going with
with the whole bathroom. – Great.
– Okay? So we’re gonna start with pine that we’re going to use
to frame out around it. We’re gonna do
this kind of rustic-looking, so, like, no fancy cuts. Everything’s just gonna
butt up against each other, and then we’re actually
gonna distress it and try and make it look
like old wood. All right?
– I love it. – Think it’ll work?
– Yep. – It better work, right?
[laughs] First step is gonna be
making some cuts over at the saw,
and for this, we’re just gonna do
basic, straight cuts. I don’t want
any mitered cuts. Like, no fancy corners, because I think
that having a straight cut will be more rustic
in its look. Atta girl. So in two seconds flat, we have all of our wood cut. [laughs]
– Amazing. – So we basically want
to make this wood that I just picked up
off the shelf today look like it’s 100 years old, so we’re gonna distress it.
– Okay. – Have you ever done
any distressing before? – I have not.
[laughs] – It’s really fun. All right,
so what I picked here is a soft pine, so we want it to be easy
to kind of injure, if you will. So the chain kind of makes
big divots in it and kind of big indents, and the screws–
you can kind of hammer them in and get the thread
of the screw, which looks really cool,
and then the nails– you can either hammer them in
on the side, or also just hammer them
directly in. It gives it
a little indent, too. [rock music] So I feel like we have pretty even distressing
everywhere. I mean, it’s, like,
perfectly imperfect, if you ask me.
– Yes. – So now I think we can move
to the next step, and that’s going to be paint, and then a distressing wax that we’re gonna put
over top. I want to use
the same white paint that we used
on the bathroom walls, but it’s gonna look
very different once we glaze over it. Instead of using
a paintbrush, we’re actually gonna use rags
to put on the paint, because I just want
to basically give the pine a white tone,
not truly paint it. The distressing wax
is gonna go into all the little areas
that we just distressed and kind of really bring out
the color. You want to get it into
the nooks and crannies there. – Uh-huh.
– And then, you can really see it. Now, we can kind of decide
how dark or how light we want to go with it. Again, I would start light, and we can go darker
as we go. This is wood that we just picked up
at Lowe’s two hours ago. This is wood
that has aged in a barn decades.
– Hundreds of years. – Hundr–there’s so much
history in this wood. All right, so these
are looking pretty good, and now,
what we’re gonna do is actually attach them
onto the mirror. So we’re gonna be working
on the back side of the wood, so the side we didn’t finish.
– Okay. – And what we’re going to do
is use contractor adhesive, and this is intended for marble, granite, mirrors– something that’s
a little bit more slick. We can’t, obviously,
nail or screw into the mirror, so the adhesive–
this is gonna hold a permanent, permanent bond. All right, so now
everything’s in place, and the contractor glue
is gonna do its job and hold nice and securely.
What do you think? – I think it’s awesome.
I love it. I think it looks so good,
and it was so easy. – It was so easy.
– And we can see our entire face in it. – Yes!
– Added bonus. [laughs] – I think we look great.
What do you think? – I think we do, too.
– I think we look stellar. – [laughs] [percussive music] – You good for us?
– Good for you. Come on in.
– All right. So Jason’s been in here, prepping for your new flooring. – Amazing.
Okay. – Okay, this,
outside of paint, is gonna make
the biggest difference. – Okay.
– So paint and flooring are completely gonna change
this space up. So here’s what
we’re gonna do. We are actually going
to install this directly over
your existing floor. – Okay.
– Sometimes you can do that. Sometimes you can’t.
In our case, this floor is really,
really secure, really level… – Okay.
– So the easiest thing, and the most, you know,
time-, weekender-friendly, is to go right over top.
– Sure, okay. – J has put a line here that we’re gonna work off of,
reason being, your bathroom’s
not super straight. – Okay.
– Not super square. Okay?
Tell us what you got there, friend.
– This is, like, a universal mortar, so this is good for
doing tile over tile. – Okay, perfect.
– Yeah. – So the mortar
is basically, like, the glue that goes down first.
– Sure. – And then we’re gonna layer
a tile on top of it. – Okay.
– Wanna see what it looks like?
– Yes. – I really like it. All right, ready? – Mm-hm.
– One, two, three. Ta-da!
– Oh, man. Looks perfect. [rock music] – We’re troweling the mortar
right on top of the old tiles. These new ones
are four feet long, so we’re also back-buttering
each one with a thin layer of mortar
for extra hold. For our next row,
we want to make sure that we trim our tile down. Otherwise, our seams
will just start creating one straight line
down the middle. It won’t be secure, and it’ll
also look like garbage. To cut our tile, we don’t even
need a power tool– just a simple snap cutter that scores and snaps
the tile for us. Super homeowner-friendly. We’re doing 1/8-inch spacers
on the tile. I don’t want huge grout lines
for this, because the thinner lines
will make the tile appear–look more
like a true hardwood floor. All right, that one’s in.
How are you feeling about it? Now you can kind of see
what it’s going to look like. I’m loving it right now.
I mean, just a couple boards in, and it’s already
transforming the room. – I think it looks amazing
so far, but I’m not gonna lie to you.
It’s gonna take us a while, the better part
of the rest of today, to finish.
What do you think, J? – Yeah, we got a few hours.
Maybe, uh, dinnertime. – Yeah.
– Okay. – You gonna feed us dinner?
I hope so. – Dinner–
we’ll take care of it. – We’ll do the floor
with your help and you feed us dinner.
– Deal. – Awesome. [rock music] [percussive music] – All right.
Whoo. She’s a beast, right?
– She is, but she’s beautiful. – Yeah, and she doesn’t even
have the doors on yet. I had to keep them off, ’cause we need to do
all the plumbing and hookup… – Oh, sure.
– But, if you remember,
I was able to sit on your vanity yesterday.
– Yeah. – Like, without problem. Look at this.
This is, like, grown-up height. [laughs]
– Perfect. – Um, all right.
So have you ever done any plumbing? – No, plumbing’s definitely
not my thing. – Okay, well,
the good news is, I have, so we’ll go through it
together. – Okay.
– Um, the first thing that we need to do, though, is lift the vanity up and over
onto the supply. – Okay.
– The pipes that are coming up and out,
and if you look behind, there’s holes in there. All right, now the beast
is in place. – Yeah.
– It gets a little bit easier from here. So, picked out
these faucets, and they’re gonna look great…
– Wow. – Matching, kind of,
with the dark color here that we’ll reb–bronze.
– Yeah. – All right, this part’s
gonna be really, really simple. This is basically your drain,
and it’s one of those, like, really easy pop ones.
– Oh. – All right, we’re just gonna
drop it down. Okay, so now,
we’re gonna work under here, and actually,
it’s a little bit easier if we bring a flashlight. Okay, so now, rubber washer’s
going to go on. – Mm.
– Okay. Okay, so what I’m doing is fastening the drain in now, so, you can see,
you can’t pull it out now. How’s it working?
– Oh, it’s great. – Like a charm, right?
– Yeah. – So the next step is that
we are securing the faucet from beneath. I was kind enough to let you
do this awkward step. – Thank you for that. – [laughs]
– And there. [upbeat music] Okay. – Okay, so we need to get
the caps off of the copper pipes
that are down there, and the SharkBite
comes with a little tool to do that…
– Okay. – And then this comes off.
– Okay. – Okay?
So that’s just the cap. We don’t need that now. What we do need now is a little SharkBite
connector, and this is, like,
the on-off valve. – Okay.
– I mean, the beauty of these SharkBites is that you don’t have
to solder anymore, so they’re super
homeowner-friendly. What we should do is sand the copper pipe
just a little bit. And now,
another little tip: we want to go down
about an inch with this. – Okay.
– So I’m gonna mark a little line with a Sharpie just so that I know,
once it’s going on, if I’ve gone down
about an inch. So now that we have
our line marked, we’ll take this
and press it down on the copper until we hit the line.
– Okay. – And then just pop
this cap on, and we got it secure. Okay, and now comes the line.
– Okay. – Okay?
The larger end goes up towards the actual faucet.
– Okay. – And the smaller one
goes onto our SharkBite. So I’m just screwing
the bigger end into the faucet. Okay. Whoo!
You gotta kind of do, like, a no-look there. All right?
So I did one. Your turn.
– Okay. – Small line
goes under the SharkBite. So that one gets put on. Got it?
– Got it. – And then the wide one– now you get to do
your up and under, but you can probably
even see over there. [laughs] Got it? – Got it.
– Cool. You officially hooked up
a supply line. – Great.
– Now we need to just put on the trap, okay? And basically,
this makes sure that none of the smell from, like, dirty water comes back up and in. Okay. As far as that’ll go. And this should come here… And… [percussive modern music] Get it all secure… All right, Mark.
There we go. – Mm-hm.
Presto drain-o. – Presto drain-o.
I like it. All right,
everything is hooked up. – Moment.
– Now’s the moment of truth. Want to give it a whirl? You do it.
Well, we’ll do it together. – Three.
[water hissing] Whoa!
– That’s… pretty good. Okay.
– [laughs] – So it’s not gonna stay
like that. It’s coming out
all crazy like that because it needs an aerator. – Okay.
– I took it out, so we’ll pop it back in, and then you’ll have a nice,
normal, functional sink. Now, I have a bunch more
that I need to do in here, so you’re out of here…
– Okay. – And J and I are going
to finish up the space. – All right, great.
Thanks. – All right. [smooth music] All right, guys,
secret project time. This is one of
my favorite times during the weekend,
because it’s a little project that I have tucked
in my back pocket, and for this one,
we’re building something really cool. We are going to build air plant wall art. So I don’t know
if you’re familiar with them, but air plants are becoming my go-to, number one
favorite plant, because I can’t kill them.
[laughs] At least, so far, I can’t.
Look. Still alive.
[laughs] Sorry, little guy.
[laughs] But seriously, here’s
the down-low on the air plants. They don’t have a root system
at all, so all they need
is the air to live, and occasionally,
spritz them with water. Uh, the first step
in this project is very similar
to our mirror project that we did yesterday, and I’m starting out
by dry-brushing a piece of wood with the same white paint that we used on the mirror. Before, we went through
a whole distressing process, and dinged it up.
For these, I wanted to have a really similar look
with the end result, with the paint
and the antiquing glaze, but I’m not distressing it
quite as much. I’m going a little heavier
with the wax on this, because this artwork
is going to be over in the area
of the tub, where there’s
a large white wall, and I want there
to be enough contrast. So now, we’re gonna head over
to the saw and cut this
into smaller squares, 7 1/2 by 7 1/2. [modern dance music] So now, what we’re going to do is attach some twine
onto the backs of these. Basically, they’re gonna
act as a hanger, and I think that twine
works really nicely with the rustic style
of this bathroom. We’re gonna cut it
and attach it with a staple gun
to the back. So I stapled that across, and then,
to make it extra secure, tie a knot in your twine.
Okay? The staple will probably
hold it plenty, but it gives it
just a little added strength. Just like that,
you have a hanger. [modern dance music] Now that we have
the strings on, we are going to create
a little area where the air plants
can sit, and to do that,
I am going to attach a very simple piece
of cabinet hardware– it’s about as simple
as you can get– right here onto the front, and then, the air plant’s
just gonna rest right on it. It’s kind of gonna look cool,
it’s gonna tie into all of the fixtures and things that we’re putting into
the bathroom. Okay.
I’ma use the screws that came with the hardware and thread it through
the back. Two. All right, so now we have our hardware, our hanger, and the last step is simply… to tuck in the cutest little air plants. Seriously, it’s like
the easiest garden you will ever plant. This is my kind of gardening,
guys. Also, you can see now
why we took the time to distress the wood
and give it that aged look. The wood is actually
part of the art in here. [spacey music] You can open up your eyes and check out your new
master bathroom. – Oh, my gosh.
– Wow. – This doesn’t even look
like the same place. – Oh, this looks amazing.
– This is amazing. This is so amazing!
– This looks like– – Oh, my God.
– It’s like a farmhouse bathroom. – Honestly, I can’t believe how big it feels in here.
– It really does. – I think that now,
your subway tile totally works.
– Oh, yeah. – Like, it looks like
it all makes sense now. It absolutely does. – I mean, a bathroom is a lot to do in a weekend,
but thankfully, you guys had us headed
in the right direction, and, I mean, a couple projects
really changed this. I think, specifically,
the flooring. – The floors are unbelievable.
– Yeah. Yeah.
– Unbelievable. – They look like wide-plank,
rustic wood. – Yes.
– Yeah. – Which is what we love
so much, so it’s unbelievable.
This is, like, the floors were like
our vision, like, sometime down the road…
– Yeah. – And, like, a countertop
that actually– like, you’re not
bending down to. – I know, right?
– Which is so cool. I love it.
– Now that this is in, like, you can totally tell
the real height. Like, when we
were installing this, – Right.
– There’s such a difference between what you had before.
– Such a difference. – Yes.
– And, I mean, it just is a really cool piece,
too. – No, it’s–
– Like, the barn door track on the vanity…
– I love it. – So cute.
– I love it. [upbeat music] – And then, the mirror that we built together, that came out–
– We are really– – Good job.
– We are really good. – We are really good
at this stuff together. – We are.
You should continue doing this kind of stuff.
– [laughs] Okay, good. I have your vote of confidence. – It looks awesome. – Everything really ties
together, and I think that we were able
to keep some, like, dark, rich kind of nods
to rustic, like the dark wood here, the wood floors, but, overall,
this space feels, like, bright and inviting and, like, a great place…
– Yes. – That I’d want to get ready
in the morning. – Yes.
– Yeah, definitely. – And losing the privacy wall. Isn’t that crazy?
– It is. – Like, I almost forgot
throughout today, like, when I was
pulling this together, that there used to be
a wall right there. – Yeah, and I think that helps
make it look so much bigger, ’cause it doesn’t
cut the room off. – Yeah.
– Which, you know, I never thought about before. I didn’t even, like, think,
like, “oh, take the wall out, It would make so much sense.” – And then I saw that you had
a bunch of plants throughout your home,
and so I used some of the scrap wood
from our mirror and made
some air plant hangers over there,
which the air plants… – I love it.
– Are, like, my favorite, because they don’t die. – Uh, I kill everything, so…
– Not here. – Perfect.
Yeah, I love that. – It looks great.
– It looks awesome. Monica, we can’t
thank you enough. This is amazing. I mean, amazing.
– What an amazing upgrade. You did such a great job. – Well, you guys helped. – Yeah.
– A lot. – We’re so happy
with the end product. – Well, thanks, you guys.
I’m glad– glad we could hook you up. What a difference a weekend
can make, right, guys? This space looks so different, and I love how it turned out. If you like this makeover
and want to know more about it, check out our new miniseries,
“Behind the Design,” where I’m gonna give you
all the, like, inside scoop, behind-the-scenes peeks
of this “Weekenders” makeover. And make sure
that you’re subscribed to the Lowe’s YouTube channel. You don’t want to miss
a single episode. Guys, I might be crazy, because this weekend,
we are tackling a kitchen in just a weekend.
[laughs] It needs a ton of work, but I can see
the potential it has, and I just think
it’s gonna be awesome– if we finish on time. Are you scared yet? – Well, we did
tear everything down. We only have a weekend.
– [laughs] This looks way–

100 Comments

  • cyberspaceout

    July 21, 2018

    I was waiting for a deep charcoal grey she loves here colors I am surprised

    Reply
  • Stephanie Powell

    July 22, 2018

    Monica you rock but can I borrow Jason? He is a master. I love you two!!!

    Reply
  • Jasmin Aguilar

    July 23, 2018

    I’m getting total Chip & Joanna vibes 🦋🍾

    Reply
  • Manal Mokhlesse

    July 24, 2018

    You can never go wrong with white paint

    Reply
  • Sammy Sam Sam

    July 25, 2018

    time for me to get air plants!!! i literally can kill even a cactus, so hoping they won't die on me!

    Reply
  • julie cooper

    July 26, 2018

    Love it…only thing I would say is the mirror looked odd…should have been a little more rich in colour.

    Reply
  • kalygirl123456

    July 27, 2018

    Tile on tile :/

    Reply
  • Noorewok

    July 30, 2018

    who pays for it? the client?

    Reply
  • ichoose2bhappy

    August 7, 2018

    I would love to know the durability factor on those floor tiles?

    Reply
  • Jacob Israel

    August 10, 2018

    Attitude is everything and I live for the super easy mirror fix

    Reply
  • tyblips

    August 17, 2018

    Guess its good to know me and my bf would be fine with mirror height? since hes only half an inch taller than me lol. My cousin and aunt tho… sucks to be them… my grandmother is shorter and my mothers thr same height as my bf.

    Reply
  • kcanded

    August 26, 2018

    Did you grout the floor tiles?

    Reply
  • Jacob Homewood

    August 29, 2018

    I love anything rustic looking it’s so much better than modern

    Reply
  • Lady Bee

    August 30, 2018

    Love the floor and colors you chose. Want this in my bathroom. Please help. Heheh

    Reply
  • B Kim

    August 31, 2018

    Wonder how to get Monica to help?

    Reply
  • Mylene Chua

    September 2, 2018

    How did you install the mirror to the wall?

    Reply
  • Gerard Nordskoven

    September 9, 2018

    FABULOUS PHOTOGRAPHY CLOSE-UPS ARE BRILLIANT!

    Reply
  • J Annibal

    September 16, 2018

    I love the floors.

    Reply
  • 21whichiswhich

    September 18, 2018

    I really love the overall transformation.

    Reply
  • priscilla coral

    September 18, 2018

    Okay how do i hire you guys lol

    Reply
  • Maurizio Lavalle

    September 26, 2018

    A lot of owners in this show have an Apple Watch 🤔🤑

    Reply
  • mckealla Atkinson

    September 29, 2018

    Where is Matty V!!

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  • Dinah Jaoko

    October 4, 2018

    I just can't stop marvelling at the transformations…this is motivation and inspiration Monica. How I wish for an opportunity to meet you…👍

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  • finehomemadewine

    October 6, 2018

    I didn´t like the dark wood, again, but it might be just because I am on personal quest against dark wood… Still, I think greyish or even black vanity would do better within the color scheme given.

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  • Faisal Shukri

    October 7, 2018

    Wow

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  • cate zaida

    October 16, 2018

    LOVE that rustic wood look tile! WOWZA! Great job there Monica! Now all I need is a Lowe's in my town……

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  • Ratatart

    October 16, 2018

    the only episode so far I didn't like the result!That's because the four different shades of the wood! Great tip although with the distressing.

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  • grammybear4

    October 22, 2018

    Please consider saving cabinetry and donating them to Habitat for Humanity or Salvation Army. There are many people that can afford new cabinets from Lowes even at a discounted price.

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  • Jade Welch

    October 27, 2018

    I do love the floor tiles.

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  • Sarah Damasing

    November 6, 2018

    I love rhe end result
    so airy and spacious ❤️

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  • Zulaiga Worth

    November 12, 2018

    Good job

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  • jner

    November 14, 2018

    the floor before was better

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  • Judy Besse

    November 16, 2018

    Like the floor and vanity, but the mirror has to go…..

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  • Yo Mama

    November 18, 2018

    This is cool. You know what your doing.

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  • Azyef

    November 23, 2018

    I'm always impressed by how much Monica knows! It inspiring me to go out and learn how to do all this stuff also

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  • Victoria Dolbeare

    December 2, 2018

    Monica, your videos are some of my favorites (and I watch a ton of home improvement videos). I am going it alone on my fixer-upper, and your videos have been particularly inspiring. I do have a "however". Every time a perfectly good cabinet is destroyed, I cringe; they can be donated. Please consider carefully removing them and taking them to a Habitat for Humanity Re-Store or something similar. Thank you, thank you. Hugs.

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  • Ivson Aguiar

    December 3, 2018

    Amazing project! I would choose a black, thin, sleek and modern metal frame for the mirror. I think the distressed wood was a bit too much.

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  • lilwolf .101

    December 4, 2018

    I feel like your favourite paint colour is white

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  • Lizzie Easter

    December 12, 2018

    The air plant being slammed onto the table :(((((( also its totally not true that you only have to spritz them. When they get super dry put them in a bowl of water and let them hang out!!!!

    PLEASE do your research before buying any plants, some are really hard to care for even though they seem easy. Some are poisonous to kids and pets.

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  • Phoebe Zimmerman

    December 17, 2018

    Me reacting to 8:40

    OMG IT’S CHOCOLATE SOFT SERVE ICE CREAM!!!!! 🍦

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  • Nam-Phuong Nguyen

    December 25, 2018

    Wow your videos deserve millions of views 🔥🔥 seriously amazing work with great DIY budget, knowledge and great time sensitivity!!!

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  • Melissa L

    December 25, 2018

    Omg I love it! How can I get Monica & Lowe’s to come to my house? I need some serious help!

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  • The Escentual Owl Soaps

    December 26, 2018

    How do I get Lowe’s to sponsor a bathroom remodel in my 1956 cottage hahaha

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  • b

    December 27, 2018

    would love to see more fun color with these videos. white paint in a bathroom? yes, it's boring. It's trending b/c people are unimaginative.

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  • latifahcheatam

    December 28, 2018

    You are awesome with power tools AND you know how to "plumb"! 😅 Monica, you are my she-ro!!!!😍

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  • Melissa Boo

    December 30, 2018

    I would love to know where to buy this rug. Nice update! 💜

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  • Dylan Bystedt

    January 1, 2019

    Fun Game: Count the number of different wood finishes in this bathroom! Post your high score in the replies!

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  • Adrian Remigio

    January 2, 2019

    Flat paint in a bathroom? Hmm

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  • z bowyer

    January 4, 2019

    This designer does a brilliant job.

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  • Emma Ranger

    January 10, 2019

    Can you tell me how did you secure the mirror to the wall once you finished making it and the glue had set?

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  • CoolyFooly

    January 11, 2019

    I could tell the girl bought those mirrors and I thought they were really unique and cute they just looked bad with the brown cabinets

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  • May Bunny

    January 15, 2019

    I somehow randomly came across this and screamed when I was watching and saw that Monica from knock it off on live well is hosting 😆😆😆

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  • Slim Charles

    February 2, 2019

    OK

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  • s 9

    February 5, 2019

    I feel like it was made for her height before which is perfect since standard sizes sometimes make life harder for us vertically challenged people

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  • s 9

    February 5, 2019

    Monica is such a beast in the best ways possible, i really like her

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  • Norse Forge

    February 5, 2019

    The problem was that the dudes wife had horrible taste, and was also stubborn about it and not open to any suggestions so you can tell it was all her fault, the reason I say you can tell it was all her doing, was the mirror heights. She coordinated that initial catastrophe herself.

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  • QAOSbringer

    February 9, 2019

    13:00 okay. Okay. Okay.

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  • Ant Beats

    February 14, 2019

    Good job jay we really know who did all the work

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  • Andy Rea

    March 1, 2019

    bwaaahaaahaaa @5:09 She is not buying in on that white at all! LOL Awesome renovation though. I seriously need a designer to come into our home and help direct us

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  • Christine Elders

    March 6, 2019

    It sure would be nice if you'd include style descriptions & numbers all the decor items that are used in the finished design. I really liked the wall art by the tub and the rug.

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  • Sultan Sahib

    March 9, 2019

    wao

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  • Wilma Milo Tejero

    March 9, 2019

    very beautiful!

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  • Prachiti Gaikwad

    March 10, 2019

    Op

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  • Sammi Sally-D

    March 12, 2019

    Me neeeext!! Desperately need help creating my farmhouse industrial boho look!!!!

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  • Sanya Hinchcliff

    March 12, 2019

    That was beautiful😍😍 I can’t believe I missed so many episodes… now I have to binge watch😂

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  • GoshTasha

    March 21, 2019

    Monica has really beautiful healthy hair. Just wanted to say that lol

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  • Aneta

    March 21, 2019

    Could you please do a sit-down video series on building a house from scratch?
    – External look and materials [a) brick, stone, that textured cement stuff, etc; b) solar panel roofs, metal roofs, the sheet stuff you staple on, etc]
    – Structure of the house [a) metal, wood, etc; b) layers of material between walls, like top wall to roof, basement floor to the dirt, ceiling to upper floor, etc]
    – Internal materials [different types of ceilings, flooring, wall materials like natural stone or wood panels, mouldings, etc]
    – Different type of rooms [a) kitchen, bathroom, washroom, basement/attic, etc; b) how to make them kid/pet/wheelchair friendly; c) what are the rules to make proportional and efficient uses of these rooms like 1/3 of kitchen should be cabinets?]
    These different topics do have many factors such as: type of house (modern, craftsman, “smart”/efficient homes, etc), price points (something budget friendly, or something that’s more costly but could be worth investing in), maybe geographic or weather factors, or anything else a professional (which clearly I am not) would think of. How long do these different project take? When should one be expected to upgrade based on different materials chosen? Which items can one upgrade their space with for a more luxurious experience (for example thermostatic valve which regulates water temp in shower, or temperature regulating windows, etc)? Why do you use materials like moulding? How are the ways we could be breaking the law (like not having access to move quickly through a room for fire safety)? Thanks so much!

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  • Sally Semrau

    March 23, 2019

    Pass

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  • Hamadanners

    April 2, 2019

    This is more of a flip your house series than a diy. Its more about the people and not enough about the project

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  • Creativinity7

    April 5, 2019

    This is one of my favorite shows. Even above HGTV's shows. It is very well made

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  • Rachel Carter

    April 5, 2019

    I think this is such a great show, I love watching!! I know the demo smashing effect gets ratings and I was wondering if some of the demo could be done in a way that teaches people how to salvage things such as the vanity in this video for donating to stores like goodwill or habitat for humanity restore rather than destroying and filling landfills with things that could be reused and could certainly be an improvement to someone else's living situation. A show like this with such a large audience could have a huge impact on how diyers think about what they can do to reduce, reuse and recycle! I truly believe one person's trash is another person's treasure… unless the first person takes a sledge hammer to it, lol! Your ideas and style are fabulous and I really do love watching you do such amazing magic!! Thank you for sharing your creative process and inspiring and empowering diyers!!

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  • why not

    April 7, 2019

    You can also super glue an air plant super glue is non-toxic and plants safe 🌱

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  • Beckala67

    April 9, 2019

    I would've kept the mirror trim the same color as the air plant board.

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  • baucek 22

    April 9, 2019

    looks great,…but electricity bill for all these lights ….hm

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  • Michelle Saa

    April 13, 2019

    Me next please!

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  • Joy C

    April 16, 2019

    Using a clear wax first will give you a better result.

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  • J/A/S Thomas

    April 17, 2019

    Hermosa transformación. I love it!

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  • mrcoolbiz

    April 29, 2019

    Really nice bathroom. Could you please tell us know what name of wall paint color is. I know it's white, but it's not white, should be off white something. I really like the modern white look in this bathroom. Thank you.

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  • Dee_xx

    May 1, 2019

    LOVE those floor tiles!!! Nice bathroom. 🤗

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  • Linn Soltwedel

    May 6, 2019

    When will she be back with this series?

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  • Kyle

    May 6, 2019

    Mirror trim doesn't work,

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  • goatmonkey2112

    May 10, 2019

    I wish there was an easy way to hide the toilet in a room like that. I mean it may not really be an option to make a separate room for it in some spaces. Someone should make pretty much a ceiling to floor stall and see how it works. I think it could be done to look nice.

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  • Mascot Gibs

    May 11, 2019

    We need more weekender

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  • Julia Sartin

    May 19, 2019

    Where do you get the air plants

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  • Aj Jones

    May 31, 2019

    Regarding your comment about the paint color – white IS boring. I find it totally mind boggling that so many homeowners paint their house to look like a no-fuss rental property. That said, the end result is beautiful, and I do think white suits bathrooms well (even if it is boring).

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  • kurosame

    June 3, 2019

    i love this show but… Monica, do tie up your hair when you operating equipment especially those with rotating parts! its very dangerous and every time it makes me nervous to see your hair swinging around when the saw is rotating!

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  • kirsty sheridan

    June 8, 2019

    I LOVE the air plants! What a gorgeous transformation. Love your style and your capability with everything Monica. Awesome work!

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  • SisDan5202

    June 13, 2019

    Can you source the rug?

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  • Kate Halas

    June 28, 2019

    This is one of my favorite shows over every show

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  • mila maria

    July 3, 2019

    I love this series but it always breaks my heart when they demo perfectly fine cabinets or vanitys… I understand they don't like it, but they could get it out in one piece and donate it, I think there are many people who would love to have such nice vanitys when they couldn't afford them new…

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  • Budget Nest

    July 7, 2019

    I tried air plants, but I still managed to kill them somehow. 😔 The makeover was great. For me though, I would have stained the wood from the mirror a little darker, but I love that vanity. 😍

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  • Kono Dutch

    July 10, 2019

    Beautiful

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  • E S

    July 11, 2019

    I don't know what state this is, but it is really beautiful

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  • Mamma Lion

    July 19, 2019

    Man, it makes me SICK to always see cabinets being DESTROYED RATHER THAN REMOVED. The cabinets can always be used elsewhere, whether it's in a garage, a shed, a laundry room, a craft room, a sewing room, doated to a secondhand store, or Habitat for Humanity. IT IS JUST WASTEFUL.

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  • Coryny

    August 4, 2019

    Love that flashlight

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  • Alwaysintosomething TG

    August 5, 2019

    That bathtub is ugly

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  • Ana Lizardo

    August 9, 2019

    You sound & kinda look like Amy Schumer

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  • Gordon Lam

    August 17, 2019

    that was a cool make over, love the floor tiles but wasn't crazy about tile ove tile
    what about the vent pipes for the sinks?

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  • IS

    August 27, 2019

    Amazing!

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  • IS

    August 27, 2019

    I’m really interested how you actually put the mirror together. Like for the back how was it secured? Otherwise this is amazing job!

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