7 Rustic DIY Remodeling Projects To Transform Your Home




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This Youtube channel was designed to help home owners tackle home renovation tasks around the house. Hosted by Jeff Thorman from Ottawa Design and Build, Jeff uses his near three decades of experience to help you out. On this channel you will find a series of How To videos as well as before/after Total Renovation transformations. So what are you waiting for? Check it out!

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42 Comments

  1. Cathy Doyle
    January 14, 2018
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    I love your videos! Thank you so much for making them!
    Re the sliding barn door project… I was pleasantly surprised that you installed a mirror because I would like to make and install the same for my bedroom door (I'm in the basement), but I want the mirror on the bedroom side and a regular barn door look on the family room side.
    I wasn't going to use a hardware kit… I planned to use casters on the bottom and just a guide (using plumbing pipe and large eye-screws) on the top so weight isn't as much of an issue.
    Would you say I could follow your video and then simply attach my "rustic" boards on the outside/ family room side of the door?
    This way I have a mirror on the inside of my bedroom door. If this works, I'd like to do the same for the bathroom door. Both doors are on the same wall with living space in the middle, so I'm looking for a balanced look and maximizing the space in a small 1- bedroom apartment.
    Again, thank you for your very useful and informative videos! Keep up the great work… I'm hooked!

  2. Benjamim - U.S.A
    January 14, 2018
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    Very good

  3. Brian Thornton
    January 14, 2018
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    Hey Jeff, great work. I had not see a couple of these. Loved Max's fireplace and explanations by both you and Max. I was thinking to myself – I'm not doing the 45` angle on my recently purchased wet saw – "no way." Glad you showed that information – your teaching of what not to do is invaluable. My fingers thank you!

  4. khaled pac
    January 14, 2018
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    Wow, excellent it's a good job it's a art I want more information about this job and thank u

  5. Raed saed
    January 14, 2018
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    Thank you

  6. mike a
    January 17, 2018
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    i been learn watch on video little make myself every things. good job. i wanna make outside on deck composite decking

  7. Dan
    January 18, 2018
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    I watched all of these as individual episodes, but I really like having them all in one. Keep up the excellent work!

  8. J H
    January 19, 2018
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    Are there any residential painting contractors you recommend in Ottawa(Barrhaven)? Looking to have a 2 year old house painted before we move in.

  9. JohnCena Champ
    January 21, 2018
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    on your next similar project i recommend using a diamond cutting disc instead of the original QEP mitre disc, you can purchase one for literally under 60 bucks from your local hardware store or even a hardware wholesaler store if you can find one in your area

  10. LaurenLovesMusik
    January 26, 2018
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    Jeff! I recently subscribed and I love your videos!! I feel like I could tackle a fixer upper but honestly I couldn't, haha… but I was wondering if you would be able to do a video on wainscoting. I've seen other vids but your teaching method is so straightforward and detailed, I love it.

  11. Charles Thomson
    January 26, 2018
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    Awesome job turned out great

  12. zackwithdabros
    February 6, 2018
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    I woke up and this was on

  13. Helen Moore
    February 6, 2018
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    Thank you for all your projects, love them! I'm turning a large open room into a Kitchen with a large center island and now there is only a large rectangle four walls blank approx. 2000 sq.ft. I really don't know what to start with? Can you suggest?

  14. Sajid Rafique
    February 7, 2018
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    excellent

  15. Bill Ferguson
    February 8, 2018
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    Did you chose the handle position because you are right handed? I thought you should have fitted it on Left side of door, lol.
    btw, half of 11/4" is 5/8" not 3/4", lol 😉

  16. J Johnson
    February 8, 2018
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    Should you not have angle cut the 2 X 4s..on the fire place when you replaced them ?

  17. Randy Nguyen
    February 9, 2018
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    Great production! Jeff is awesome! Love your show and channel! ❤️ from Washington State.

  18. Cudda Brown
    February 10, 2018
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    You do amazing work and I really like that your children are apart of that…

  19. DearSagan LoveMamaxoxo
    February 11, 2018
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    id watch the quick version of this as show with more time spent in after part

  20. Mike Tanner
    February 12, 2018
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    barn door handle would be so much better on the other side

  21. Brian Kawina
    February 20, 2018
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    7 rustic diy to your shelf mounting i would suggest that you drill rods into the wood shelf and drill into the wall to mount it otherwise you are great and i love your video

  22. ned cramdon
    March 3, 2018
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    On the sliding barn door: I would have destroyed that finished floor. One mistake and you got a big problem fixing that floor. Nice work, good information. Thumbs up Jeff!

  23. Christy B
    March 4, 2018
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    This longer compilation of shorter videos is bringing me a bit of joy on a cold, snowy day. My husband & kids can snowmobile 'til the cows come home, I'll be warm at home prepping for the next round of renos 😉 Thank you so much for sharing invaluable info, including (especially!) some of the things you learn along the way – like the fireplace & the saw. It's so easy to be bombarded by seemingly "perfect" renovations in the media…it is so refreshing to see a more transparent take on things. I don't care how fantastic a builder is, life happens 😎. Thanks!

  24. Bob Texan
    March 6, 2018
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    Cool vids with a less "preachy" flavor. Keep it up! 🙂
    Bit of a pro tip for concrete counters…. Whether you do the slick surface "upside down mold" or the cast in place like this, fill the center of the area first or vice versa [edges first]. Try to fill the exposed edges in one shot without the layering. No matter how careful you are the layers will always have a different mix consistency and sometimes color variations that you will see. Also, it is by far better to rent a small concrete vibrator. This will benefit a couple of ways, It not only is very thorough in getting rid of the air bubbles, it also settles the aggregate away from the surface and allows the 'cream' to make the surface which will give a much better finish. If you want to get exotic and add colored dyes [not surface dye but color throughout] to get away from the typical gray, you need too mix it all in one batch to keep the color consistent.

  25. mayan camera
    March 15, 2018
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    ohhhh…ur amazzzzzzzzing…AMAZZZZZING!!!!!!

  26. felecia manuel
    March 18, 2018
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    I have a question we’re are you located I wish you was in Ohio for some help

  27. Creativity Consultant
    March 19, 2018
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    EXCELLENT TEACHER.

  28. Larry Cook
    March 19, 2018
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    This was a great series. Very informative and love the humor spread thruout the video.

  29. DEBORAH MINNS
    March 21, 2018
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    Half of 1.1/4" is not 3/4"

  30. Brock Lambert
    March 26, 2018
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    Recommend conditioning wood before stain. I used it on an old stair case and it turned out great. Great blotch control for woods that can be problematic. I'm thinking of the live edge counter top. Here's the one I'd recommend https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IfCYMdrP8rM&feature=youtu.be Just got through my first dry wall experience using your vid. Thought I'd share. Keep it up!

  31. Tracy Hoffman
    March 27, 2018
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    I love what u r doing. I love the rustic!!! I love barn doors! I wish you lived here so you could help me re-do my space! What a dream come true. Just AMAZING and AWESOME. Every thought you have to bring out in the smallest detail. I absolutely love. Ty for your video! I can't stop watching. I love the beam in the main living area. I need 4 barn doors as of right now. I live in a manufactured home. Can only live in what you can, but it doesn't mean you can't make it to your personality. I need carpet and floors. Paint walls and the beam and barn yard door and kitchen makeover….. 🙂 for now!! Thank you for your video. Still need a crash course and help!

  32. Jean-Antoine Matadi
    March 29, 2018
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    Thsi chanel is worth subscribing to. dont stop the good work

  33. Jemm77x
    April 4, 2018
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    Love these videos man. I've been bingeing them all day! Just thought I'd mention though on the tiles the arrow isn't just for keeping a pattern, it's tied into the warranty. Atleast for some brands

  34. Tom Tyl
    April 8, 2018
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    Do the ends of the re bar need to be coated where they've been cut?

  35. funitude
    April 23, 2018
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    I like your video, but don't like the music.

  36. Lolitabonita
    April 23, 2018
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    the teaching part very nice the music please kill
    it!!

  37. Chvse Last name
    May 3, 2018
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    How do you know which cement to buy? Difference between wall tiling/stone

  38. James F
    May 3, 2018
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    Enjoyed the video and tips.
    Could you tell me what the dark paint color is ? I love it.

  39. Janie Gonzalez
    May 4, 2018
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    I'm so glad I just stumbled on to your videos. My new favorite YouTuber!! Binge watched lol.

    I didn't see a "how to" on that accent wood feature wall, 1:18:24, unless I completely overlooked it.

    Loving these compilation videos (great for binge watching) as oppose to the single ones, which are still great. Thanks for showing & teaching us the process.

  40. Jacek Jasiecki
    May 5, 2018
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    9/5000
    thingy,

  41. Desiree Curnutt
    May 11, 2018
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    I love your videos they're very informative and interesting….. keep em going

  42. augievegas
    May 12, 2018
    Reply

    Great job

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