How to Build a LEGO Public Bathroom TUTORIAL


Today, Jaystepher’s going to to show you how to make a cool public bathroom complete with Today, Jaystepher’s going to to show you how to make a cool public bathroom complete with paper towel dispenser, a sink with mirror, a urinal, a toilet, and toilet paper holder. a urinal, a toilet, and toilet paper holder. a urinal, a toilet, and toilet paper holder. Okay the first thing I going to start with my public bathroom, Okay the first thing I going to start with my public bathroom, is I’m going to make it 8 by 16 studs. This is just for demonstration purposes. I’m going to start off with the foundation. I’m going to take some 1-by plates. I going to place a 1 by 8 along the edge here. A 1 by 4. A 1 by 6 here. A 1 by 4, I need to put something over here so take two 1 by 4s because I don’t have another 1 by 8 I need to put something over here so take two 1 by 4s because I don’t have another 1 by 8 and just stick it along the side. Now I need to plan out where I’m going to put my toilet. I’m going to put my toilet right here. I’m just gonna place this jumper plate right here. I’m just gonna place this jumper plate right here. One stud down by two studs away from the wall here. So we end up planing putting a toilet paper holder. So now I’m going to simply put some tiles in my bathroom. So I’m going to take some of these light grey 2 by 2s and go along the whole floor here. I want to cover up all this green. I’m going to start dropping tiles in. Just cover everything up. And put a 1 by 2 in the back where the toilet’s going to go and just place in tiles And put a 1 by 2 in the back where the toilet’s going to go and just place in tiles Just cover everything up! All that green has got to go. It’s not going to look good with a green floor. It’s not going to look good with a green floor. It’s not going to look good with a green floor. I was lucky enough to actually have enough grey tiles here. And our final piece. Now let’s get on the wall construction here. I’m planning on putting a sink back here. So I’m going to leave a space open. So I’m just going to come around here just take a 1 by 3 and a 1 by 4 and start placing our wall elements. I’m going to put my sink here. So I’m going to leave a 1 b 2 opening. Come in and just continue going around the parameter here. Now Let’s begin to make the sink for our bathroom. I’m just going to take tow of these 1 by 3 30-degree inverted slopes I’m just going to take tow of these 1 by 3 30-degree inverted slopes I’m just going to take tow of these 1 by 3 30-degree inverted slopes If you have a 2 by 3 30 degree slope you’re fine. I don’t have one so I’m just going to use that. Take two 1 by 2 plates. We’re going to place them on top of one another. Take two 1 by 2 plates. We’re going to place them on top of one another, and I’m just going to drop it here in the middle of this to lock these two slopes together. and I’m just going to drop it here in the middle of this to lock these two slopes together. and I’m just going to drop it here in the middle of this to lock these two slopes together. and I’m just going to drop it here in the middle of this to lock these two slopes together. Now take one of these inside corner back splash things, place them here. Now take one of these inside corner back splash things, place them here. This will be the bay of our sink. And finally we need to put a faucet. I was lucky enough to get an actual Lego faucet. So I’m just going to place on top of the plates here. Kind of mash it down here to make everything line up. This is going to be for the wall is going to sit on top of this. So I’m going to set this right down in here. Now I’m going to add another layer of wall elements. I’m going to take this 1 by 8 and place it along this side here. I’m going to take this 1 by 8 and place it along this side here. Put a 1 by 8 in the back here. A 1 by 6, and a 1 by 2 here. We’re getting ready here to put our space here for our toilet paper holder. and a 1 by 2 here. We’re getting ready here to put our space here for our toilet paper holder. I’m going to drop this in here. Okay, before I can do anything else, I want to put my toilet in there. Take one these little blue buckets. Any color will be fine. Take a life preserver. Just going to drop it down here. So it’s like that. Now this is going to get creative. I’m going to take one of these … looks like a handgun type thing we’re going to make this actually are flusher. I’m going to take one of these … looks like a handgun type thing we’re going to make this actually are flusher. We’re just going to stick it down in the opening here. We’re just going to stick it down in the opening here. We’re just going to stick it down in the opening here. Kind of get it locked down in place. Straighten things up, and there’s our flusher for our toilet. And simply, we’re going to drop it down here on our stud on our jumper plate. And simply, we’re going to drop it down here on our stud on our jumper plate. And simply, we’re going to drop it down here on our stud on our jumper plate. For the toilet paper holder, I’m going to take two these spigots, two of these flush-mounted eyelets, and a 1 by 1 barrel stud or barrel brick. and a 1 by 1 barrel stud or barrel brick. and a 1 by 1 barrel stud or barrel brick. Take one of your spigots, we’re going to stick it here into this small hole here, and the other part of the spigot, we’re going to stick it right here. This won’t stay in quite just yet. I’m just going to hold it together and I’m going to take the eyelet bricks, we’re just going to drop them in here. I’m just going to hold it together and I’m going to take the eyelet bricks, we’re just going to drop them in here. And once we’re done with that, we’re just going to set this down in here. This will be the holder for it, This will be the holder for it, and I want to fill this in with a 1 by 1 brick. Now I have a nice toilet paper holder Now I have a nice toilet paper holder with a roll of toilet paper. So let’s continue our wall elements. I’m just going to drop a 1 by 3 here, a 1 by 4, put a 1 by 6 here along the back, Now I’m planning on putting a urinal in here but I need a way to attach it to the wall. So I’m going to take one of these flush-mounted eyelet bricks, we’re going to place one here, Put a 1 by 2 brick, and another one of these eyelet bricks. We’re going to place it along this side here. and another one of these eyelet bricks. We’re going to place it along this side here. So we have a place to attach the urinal, and we’re gong to take a 1 b 6, drop ir along the other side of the back here. I’m just going to use a 1 by 6 here because I want to lock the toilet paper holder so it’s stronger in that corner. I’m just going to use a 1 by 6 here because I want to lock the toilet paper holder so it’s stronger in that corner. I’m just going to use a 1 by 6 here because I want to lock the toilet paper holder so it’s stronger in that corner. And finally a 1 by 1 to finish it off. Now I want to put a paper towel holder along this wall here. Now I want to put a paper towel holder along this wall here. Now I want to put a paper towel holder along this wall here. So I need a way to attach it. So I’m just going to take one of these 1 by 4 eyelet bricks that are flush-mounted, I’m just going to set it right here so we have something to attach our towel holder. Take a 1 by 4 brick. We’re going to place it along this side here to finish it up. Take a 1 by 4 brick. We’re going to place it along this side here to finish it up. And we’re just going to start adding more wall elements. So I’m going to take a 1 by 8, put it along the back, So I’m going to take a 1 by 8, put it along the back, a 1 by 6, and finally a 1 by 8. The bathroom is starting to come along. So we’re going to add a few more wall elements. Put a 1 by 3 here along the top, left-hand side, put a 1 by 4, a 1 by 2. Now I’m going to end up putting a mirror. I get a lot of requests for mirrors. I’m going to take two of these eyelets, flush-mounted eyelets. I’m going to take two of these eyelets, flush-mounted eyelets. We’re just going to place them side-by-side here. above the sink. It will be for our mirror. And we’re just going to continue along the back here. I’m going to take a 1 by 6, place on the top and another one here to finish up the back part of the wall. A 1 by 4, and finally a 1 by 3. So let’s finish up the wall construction of our bathroom. Let’s take a 1 by 8. We’re just going to place one along this side here. Put a 1 by 10 along the back, A 1 by 4 here, and finally a 1 by 8 on that last side here. Now I like to cap off my top of my walls here with smooth tiles Now I like to cap off my top of my walls here with smooth tiles So I’m going to start off here at the corner here with a 1 by 1, Put a 1 y 6 smooth. On the back, I’m just going to put two 1 by 8s. Any size will be fine. I’m just capping it off, A 1 by 6, and finally a 1 by 1. A 1 by 6, and finally a 1 by 1. Now we’re ready to put the rest of the fixtures in our bathroom. So the first thing that I’m going to come in with our fixtures is I’m going to put a mirror back here. Any size will do. I’m just going to take one these 2 by 4 smooth tiles I’m just going to drop it down in here, where it’s about like that … where it’s about like that … put it about the third stud up from the bottom, put it about the third stud up from the bottom, and just set that down in there. There’s the mirror. Let’s build a paper towel holder. First off, I’m going to need four of these bull-nosed corners. First off, I’m going to need four of these bull-nosed corners. First off, I’m going to need four of these bull-nosed corners. If you have a 2 by 2 it would be great or a 2 by 4. I don’t have any of those so I’m just going to use separate ones. I’m going to take a 1 by 1 plate, a 1 by 1 holder, a 1 by 4 plate, a 2 by 3 white plate, a 2 by 3 white plate, and a 1 by 4 smooth. So simply I’m going to take the bull-nosed tiles or the bull-nosed corners we’re just going to set them on top of this 1 by 4 tile. we’re just going to set them on top of this 1 by 4 tile. This is going to be the top of our paper towel holder. This is going to be the top of our paper towel holder. Just cover the whole thing up. When we got something. Flip it over. We’re going to take a holder brick, I’m going to place it along this side. This is going to be our handle for our paper towel holder. I’m going to place it along this side. This is going to be our handle for our paper towel holder. Just drop it down in there, and a 1 by 1 brick on this side here. and a 1 by 1 brick on this side here. So we have a 1 by 2 opening. So we have a 1 by 2 opening. That’s where the 2 by 3 white plate will come in. This is going to be our paper towel. I’m just going to set it in here. That’s where the 2 by 3 white plate will come in. This is going to be our paper towel. I’m just going to set it in here. And finally to strengthen it up, a 1 by 4 plate. And finally to strengthen it up, a 1 by 4 plate. There’s the cool paper towel holder. I just got a little handle here to drop the towels. There’s the cool paper towel holder. I just got a little handle here to drop the towels. I’m just going to come in here, and we’re going to snap it on these eyelet bricks like this. I’m just going to come in here, and we’re going to snap it on these eyelet bricks like this. There’s our towel holder. So let’s get started on the urinal which is the last thing. We’re going to take a 4 by 4 white plate, We’re going to take a 4 by 4 white plate, and I’m going to take a 2 by 2 smooth tile. We’re going to place it right in the middle. Now I’m going to use three of these 1 by 2 plates. You’re going to place one on the left side, Now I’m going to use three of these 1 by 2 plates. You’re going to place one on the left side, one on the bottom, and one on the other side. and one on the other side. So it looks like this. Now take a 1 by 2 jumper, place it at the top. That’s where we’re going to attach our flusher. Take one of these 1 by 4 plates, place it at the bottom here. Take one of these 1 by 4 plates, place it at the bottom here. And I’m going to use two of these 1 by 4 arched bricks, sloped. 1 by 4 arched bricks, sloped. Just set it down in there. This kind of gives us sides for our urinal. This kind of gives us sides for our urinal. Place one on the other side. Now I want to fill this in with something. So I’m going to sue two of these 1 by 1 30-degree sloped bricks. So I’m going to sue two of these 1 by 1 30-degree sloped bricks. Just set one here on one side, Just set one here on one side, and one on the other. Gives us that three-dimensional look there. And I’m going to take a spigot. We’re going to put but I’m going to face it up. So this is actually our handle, and there’s the urinal. Now that’s real easy to attach. I’m just going to
drop it down here to where it’s about maybe here. Now that’s real easy to attach. I’m just going to
drop it down here to where it’s about maybe here. Third stud up from the bottom. Snap it in place. And there’s urinal attached to the wall. And there it is. Our public bathroom. It’s mini-fig friendly. We got Jayden McBrick. Perfect height for anything, and you can even sit him on the toilet. Perfectly mini-fig friendly. This will be a great addition for any office building, maybe a little school, or a little public bathroom. I hope this tutorial helps you guys out! Thank you for watching!

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100 thoughts on “How to Build a LEGO Public Bathroom TUTORIAL

  1. I like it but he just kept making the wall taller like it is tall enough my brother likes it to because he likes Legos a lot but me not that much because I'm a girl and I like girl stuff and also I'm new to your channel I like the video and you keep building it looks great I think you should make a city with your Legos because it will look cool

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  3. it's the best day everrrrrrrrrrrrrr

    to see the movie Titanic at my friends house and I BET YOU she will cry like me

  4. Does any one know the lego building secret well not really a secret be the key for it to be really strong?

  5. Make a stall unit so whoever is washing their hands they don't see the person on the toilet with a sad look on their FACE

  6. I like your simple building style, slow pace, and voice all combined, this really satisfies me, keep up the good work πŸ˜‰

  7. damm, I used to watch this when I was a kid and then I suddenly found this in my recommended and clicked on it, worth it love your old tutorial videos!

  8. Dang i remember watching this like maybe in 2013. I wanted to build this back then but i didn't have the lego peices xD showed in my recommandations

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