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Ellsswhere

Member Since: 11/2014

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  1. Comment: about 2 months ago
    Sharing Space - Garage/Shop
    This is my next project as well. Did you anchor the wings to the wall or is it all free standing?
    By Ellsswhere
  2. Comment Reply: about 2 months ago
    Contemporary Bathroom Flip : Ellsswhere
    Appreciate the kind words. I actually had to cut every piece from larger tiles so it was a little time consuming.
  3. Comment Reply: about 2 months ago
    Contemporary Bathroom Flip : Ellsswhere
    Thank you. It was a labor of love.
  4. Comment Reply: about 2 months ago
    Contemporary Bathroom Flip : Ellsswhere
    Thank you. I tried for a cherry look. In hindsight I should have just used cherry lol
  5. Comment Reply: about 2 months ago
    Contemporary Bathroom Flip : Ellsswhere
    Oddly enough after living with it for awhile now I agree with you. The wife said it looked a little unfinished.
  6. Comment Reply: about 2 months ago
    Contemporary Bathroom Flip : Ellsswhere
    Thank you it is all yours. Simple boxes.
  7. Comment Reply: about 2 months ago
    Contemporary Bathroom Flip : Ellsswhere
    The color choices were all the wife but thank you!
  8. Comment Reply: about 2 months ago
    Contemporary Bathroom Flip : Ellsswhere
    I had a hard time finding reliable info on the process. Google search 'GFRC from scratch' and that general mix from fishstone is what I used. This was my first go and I would do some things differently but its a learning process.
  9. Comment Reply: about 2 months ago
    Contemporary Bathroom Flip : Ellsswhere
    It certainly took some time ha. I tend to plan these projects a month out from an event like a birthday so I have to get it done before we have company over. Really puts your nose to the grindstone.
  10. Comment Reply: about 2 months ago
    Contemporary Bathroom Flip : Ellsswhere
    Thank you I wanted to try to make it simple and clean.
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    • Really awesome job on this Reno! We like the modern look you gave it! And beautiful job on the vanity!
      By RYOBI NATION, on August 9, 2018
      • Thank you I wanted to try to make it simple and clean.
        By Ellsswhere, on August 29, 2018

    • You do some amazing work.  That concrete work on the sink really looks professional.  Tell me I'm not the only one that would take weeks to do a project like this.  Ok, I would probably be months.  Great job!
      By mrpip, on August 9, 2018
      • It certainly took some time ha. I tend to plan these projects a month out from an event like a birthday so I have to get it done before we have company over. Really puts your nose to the grindstone.
        By Ellsswhere, on August 29, 2018

    • I would love to see how you did that concrete sink! I have been trying to watch videos on how countertops are made. Great work
      By MillerTime, on August 10, 2018
      • I had a hard time finding reliable info on the process. Google search 'GFRC from scratch' and that general mix from fishstone is what I used. This was my first go and I would do some things differently but its a learning process.
        By Ellsswhere, on August 29, 2018

    • The colors are beautiful. The blues and whites next to that warm wood is pretty!
      By PlantaLilly, on August 12, 2018
      • The color choices were all the wife but thank you!
        By Ellsswhere, on August 29, 2018

    • Ima have to steal the idea for the custom vanity
      By Wilkinsin, on August 12, 2018
      • Thank you it is all yours. Simple boxes.
        By Ellsswhere, on August 29, 2018

    • That medicine cabinet is great. Did you try a frame around the mirror? I think it might add a little more to it
      By Debbee, on August 23, 2018
      • Oddly enough after living with it for awhile now I agree with you. The wife said it looked a little unfinished.
        By Ellsswhere, on August 29, 2018

    • I agree with mrpip. I imagine this took some time to put together. The warmth of the wood is very inviting.
      By WallyWorld, on August 24, 2018
      • Thank you. I tried for a cherry look. In hindsight I should have just used cherry lol
        By Ellsswhere, on August 29, 2018

    • Nice work! Love that concrete sink! 
      By coreyschaaf1, on August 24, 2018
      • Thank you. It was a labor of love.
        By Ellsswhere, on August 29, 2018

    • That herringbone marble floor looks amazing!
      By Basinnetti, on August 28, 2018
      • Appreciate the kind words. I actually had to cut every piece from larger tiles so it was a little time consuming.
        By Ellsswhere, on August 29, 2018
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  12. Comment: 7 months ago
    Julian's Bed
    I really like the color!
    By Ellsswhere
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    • Great transformation! Homebuyers are going to be very happy with that gorgeous bathroom.
      By RYOBI NATION, on December 1, 2017

    • Loved it while we had it lol
      By Theresa B, on December 1, 2017


    • Pretty clean. Final photos really sell it
      By Adam Scott, on December 2, 2017

    • Super cute you guys! Small but bright.
      By Beth Korie, on December 2, 2017

    • I ruined that place :)
      By MillerTime, on December 3, 2017
      • thank you for that btw Rachel lol
        By Ellsswhere, on December 7, 2017

    • Look at those first two photos. You should drop a link in there about who shot those 'wink'
      By LaurenLeen, on December 3, 2017

    • How did you seal the butcherblock? I would worry it could warp/swell
      By Art Fin, on December 4, 2017
      • I had the same concern but the underlying butcherblock is beech which is pretty hard and 3 coats of sealcoat(shellac) and 4 coats of poly should hold up for some time. I made sure to do every side so moisture couldn't creep in
        By Ellsswhere, on December 7, 2017


    • Great job and you don't have to bug me about voting. I just did.
      By mrpip, on December 7, 2017
      • Thanks! I voted on your mitersaw station. Mainly so I could remind myself I want to build one lol
        By Ellsswhere, on December 7, 2017

    • Congrats on the win!
      By fEzZ, on January 5, 2018

    • stunning, very nicely done, I like the vessel sink on the butcher block
      By RaymondRoy, on January 5, 2018

    • Congrats. You can never have too many tools!
      By mrpip, on January 12, 2018
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    • Do you have any plans for this project
      By Puk73, on July 7, 2015

    • May be a stupid question, but how (with the grill where it is) do you prevent the cedar from becoming charred over time? Thanks, and by the way, very nicely done :)
      By GLlinas1972, on July 7, 2015

    • Not out all. I been looking for a perfect design for a sound for a charcoal grill and only find plans for profane grills. It's always been my concern with the wood catching fire.
      By Puk73, on July 7, 2015

    • I should have plans up soon. As for the concern over burning or charring the wood I have heard it a lot in the coarse of building haha. I took careful consideration in lining the areas where they would be in close quarters and lined it with 1/16th aluminum stock... not a perfect barrier but has proven to reflect most of the heat.
      By Ellsswhere, on July 8, 2015


    • Looks great. However I heard you brother-in-law dominates all things grilling!
      By jgough, on July 9, 2015

    • Awesome dude!
      By Edword, on July 9, 2015

    • I would love to see the plans for this, it looks incredible!
      By Zaca14, on May 31, 2016

    • Wow.. looks great. Plan please :)
      By kumar, on May 31, 2016

    • I would love to see the plans for this, it looks incredible!
      By Zaca14, on May 31, 2016

    • Do you have the plans for this posted anywhere? Or could you send them to me please?
      By rmcelroy, on May 31, 2016

    • Looks Great can't wait for the plans Keep up the good work
      By Tony E.G, on June 15, 2017

    • Do you have the plans posted as i do not see them. Thanks
      By J_Tree, on April 3, 2018
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