LED σε ένα μπάνιο…. ΤΡΟΜΕΡΗ ΙΔΕΑ?? (επ. 35 – Abandoned Bldg Renovation)

Έφτιαξα έναν DIY ξύλινο τοίχο με λωρίδες LED σε ανακαίνιση μπάνιου. Ως μέρος της ανακαίνισης μπάνιου, δείχνω πώς να χτίσετε έναν τοίχο με ξύλινη ράβδο ως περιμετρική μπανιέρα. Ο τοίχος με χαρακτηριστικό ξύλινο πηχάκι περιλαμβάνει επίσης ένα κρεμαστό ράφι και λωρίδες LED για να το πάει στο επόμενο επίπεδο!#woodslatwall #LED #helixsleep
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  1. I’m probably missing something obvious, but why did you have to tape off the plywood backer pieces? Would t it have been easier to just paint them all black and avoid the possibility of plywood showing through?

  2. the change in frame rate of the filming of your videos is dissapointing. It feels like i’m watching some cheap show and not the incredible content you are actually providing. Not sure whose decision that was.

  3. I really love this! I saw this technique (minus the lights) years ago on Trading Spaces and had on a future to do list for my own home if I ever had the time and money. And if you watch Blue Bloods the wall of the press room has this. It's nice to see something I really like used in different places since most of my taste is somewhat out of date!

  4. I've been thinking about doing a wood slat feature wall in my place similar to this, so it's great to see almost exactly the result I'm after. The only difference is I'm considering building 50cm panels that can be mounted and unmounted (with magnets, no less). Being able build and maintain the panels on the ground seems like it would be easier than on the wall.

  5. P sure I was in the area where you filmed this. Was over at the Wheatland tube warehouse when that storm blew through. It was definitely bad. I should mention I'm a truck driver that was picking up a load.

  6. I love the abandoned building series and was happy to see a new video pop up today!

    Respectfully, I wanted to give you a heads up about a potentially significant issue in this video. And I say this just as a fan of your work that doesn’t want to see you getting an unnecessary fine or something. It sounds like you might have played the actual Emergency Alert System (EAS) tone at 2:29. The FCC takes the use, or even simulated use, of that tone very seriously and you can actually get in some serious trouble for using it for entertainment purposes. You should consider cutting that part of the video to avoid trouble. A quick google search will give you more info on it.

    Anyways, thanks for all the great content!

  7. The amount of time, effort and skill that you put in to this project is absolutely staggering. Visually stunning. Kudos on that.

    That said, it’s always absolutely wild to me to see Americans doing electrical and plumbing work yourselves and the products and techniques used.

    We are building at the moment and I can’t even imagine getting electrical sign off or occupancy permits for a project like this. Ultimately, if it meets your local codes, it’s safe and is practical for your current needs, well done.

  8. Greetings Mike! I really enjoy watching your videos. You have done some amazing projects, hands down. However, Ya know….. all of the work invested into installing this led lighting, just seems like a waste of time. However, keep the videos coming, I really enjoy them. After the electrical tape starts to come off, may I suggest using a roll of heat shrink or heat shrink tape. Take care and stay healthy.

  9. Seems like this turned out more complicated than it needed to be. Why couldn’t the spacers be all black? The slats covered them either way. Agreed that 1/2” is better spacing but alternating 1/2” and 5/8” would have been fine in order to fit the LED strips.

  10. Pick up some marine heat shrink tubing so you can seal those electrical connection in a damp environment. It has an adhesive that squeezes out and makes waterproof ends.