In his backyard workshop, blog star Timothy Dahl earns home improvement wisdom that he shares with DIYers of all ages.
– Bob Vila

For kid’s, a DIY website
– The New York Times

If you’re a diy enthusiast more comfortable with a hammer and nail gun than needle and glue gun, you’ve probably found your way to the terrific home improvement blog Charles & Hudson
Apartment Therapy

Charles & Hudson reveals a wealth of useful information for those looking to upgrade their home on their own. From snaking your own sewer line to buying a backyard fire pit and an electrical outlet orientation, there’s a lot to learn
– LAist

House Call: Timothy & Laura’s West Village Police Precinct
Apartment Therapy

Timothy Dahl of Charles & Hudson is a DIY demon. One of his greatest triumphs was the transformation of a dingy utility room into a dazzling white laundry space

Picks to Click
Washington Post

“Whether you’re doing home renovations yourself or hiring professionals, knowledge is power. This frequently updated blog offers easy-to-follow posts on remodeling, repairs, maintenance, and on-the-job safety.”
– Real Simple

“An interesting read for professionals, the site is filled with helpful information, as well as dozens of links to other blogs and magazine Web sites.”
Architectural Record

Provided you don’t mind handling toxic chemicals and have access to a well-ventilated space, you can re-create the feel of a European cafe in your own home with a decorative patina mirror
– Time Out New York

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