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 […]
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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!
Martha Stewart has shuttered Blueprint magazine which was new on the scene and provided a fresh DIY/Design perspective to young adults. Blueprint joins House and Garden as another prominent shelter magazine that has folded this year. The Blueprint website and blog, Bluelines, will continue.
Today we join Houseblogs.net and many others in Blog Action Day, to bring attention to our environment and what we can do to improve it. Check out our latest green building posts as well as a little tip we posted on ReadyMade.
We are taking a short break to beautiful Baja Mexico for a bit of fishing, diving, and kayaking, with some relaxing breaks mixed in. Enjoy the latest from a few friends of ours. Sale on designer goods from Shelterrific Frank Lloyd Wright Stencils from House in Progress Arroz con pollo […]
Taunton Press not only produces great home improvement books and magazines but their website is a tremendous resource as well. Unfortunately the majority of the content on the Fine Homebuilding and Fine Woodworking websites are only available to online members. But their blogs also contain great content that is free, […]
Houseblogs.net is just over a year old and has become the mothership for anyone who is chronicling the restoration or renovation of their home. Created by Aaron & Jeannie of HouseinProgress.net who own and restore their own 1914 Craftsman-style bungalow, Houseblogs is a community-driven site that allows members to share […]