After starting my career at This Old House I’ve come full-circle as I’m now a featured columnist on Bob Vila’s blog. I’ll be covering a variety of topics and I’ve already reviewed Husqvarna’s hovering mower and the latest tools from Milwaukee. Bob Vila and his team recently redesigned his website […]
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We’ve been avid fans of green building blog Jetson Green for a few years and it’s been great to see the site grow in popularity and influence. Founder, Preston Koerner, has always maintained a unique editorial voice that may be attributed to being based in Salt Lake City as well […]
Maybe you’re trying to set up house for guests this holiday season. Maybe you’re in the middle of a room renovation and the budget’s a wee too tight to get the ideal piece of furniture. Or maybe you’re just always on the lookout for a great deal to add to […]
If you follow along with DIY blog Young House Love, you’ll know that they have decided to move and are selling their home themselves. After three years of renovations, decoration, tweaks, and even adding a baby to the mix, they’re saying sayonara to their first homestead and moving on to […]
What’s the hardest part of a project? For some the toughest obstacle can be just getting started. We want to know where you seek DIY inspiration and in what form? Magazines? Books? Websites? Blogs? Stores? Please share with us in the comments below what resources help you kick start your […]
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We’re longtime fans and friends of Houseblogs.net, a community for folks to share their home improvement stories through their houseblogs. Homes of all shapes, sizes and styles are represented and the diversity of homes is equaled by the variety of home owners. Whether they live in the city, suburbs or […]
We’re pleased to announce the launch of 5 more blogs which will focus on Kitchens, Paint, Green Building, Tools and Home Security. The depth of these categories is huge so we felt they needed their own websites. You can reach these other blogs from the navigation bar at the very […]
I had an opportunity to share a bit about myself this week in the form of a few online interviews. I’m always flattered to be asked and I hope they provide a bit of insight into my background and this website. Inspiration: Working Inside and Out – Herman Miller Best […]
We’ve been blogging for a few years but new on the tool blog scene. We wanted to give a shout out to some of our favorite tool blogs that we’ve always checked out for their healthy obsession of tools. Check in regularly on these tool blogs and you won’t be […]
Everyone knows how to use a tape measure, or at least we think we do. Tape measures actually offer much more than 90% of us realize. Fortunately Remodeling for Geeks has unmasked the mysteries behind the tape measure and share their secrets in a two-part series here and here. They […]
2009 has been great but we are so excited for 2010 we can hardly contain ourselves. We’ve got some announcements in the next couple weeks that we are eager to share and that we think will change the DIY/Remodeling blog landscape. For now we wanted to share our top posts […]
So it’s almost 2010 (eek! Where’d 2009 go?) and if you’re anything like us, home improvement is at the top of your New Year’s resolutions list. If you’re in search of extra inspiration, spend time perusing The London Times’ richly creative, drool-worthy top design blogs list culled from blogs around […]
Politico is reporting that the U.S. State Department has decided it needs to decorate for Christmas. Since Hillary Clinton isn’t working out of the building she would have hoped for she’s decided to take matters into her own hands. Why should the White House get all the fun? The Harry […]
Dupont Launches Corian iPhone App Would You Buy a Fixer-Upper? Outdoor Heating Options DIY Blog Squad Vote for Your Favorite Room for Color Lakeside Summer Farewell
We’ve always thought the best home improvement how-to’s and advice come from home improvement enthusiasts who are doing it themselves and passing along the knowledge and mistakes they’ve made that can help you fine tune your own project. Share your favorite houseblogs that contain a little or a lot of […]
With a hat tip to Apartment Therapy and their Homie awards that recognize the top home design blogs, we’d like to showcase the best home building and DIY blogs of 2008. Our goal is to discover new sites with great content that we’re hopeful can help you with your own […]
We read a lot of houseblogs. We find them to be the most honest and informative sources of home improvement information online. If you’re unfamiliar with the term “houseblog” they’re basically an online weblog (diary) of a homeowners adventure in remodeling and renovation. The motivations for homeowners to start houseblogs […]
The Kitchen Designer has been an avid reader of the New York Time’s blog the Dream House Diary which chronicles a couples experiences while building their dream house on Anna Maria Island in Florida.
Well maybe not EVER but at least for the month of March these were the top stories on Charles and Hudson. Interview with Shoshana Berger of ReadyMade Magazine New Uses for Tin Ceiling Tiles Concealed Cabinets Build It Yourself: Retaining Wall Faux Stone Pavers
We’re proud to be included among the Real Simple Best Blogs in their March 2008 issue. Congratulations to our friends who were also selected and are longtime favorites of ours, Apartment Therapy, You Grow Girl, and Smitten Kitchen. So get your copy and check us out!