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10 of the Best Home Improvement Bloggers on the Web

Looking for home improvement ideas, advice, and tips? Well, in our humble opinion, these are ten bloggers you have to check out. 


1) Dio Home Improvements – @Diohomeimprove

For fun, easy to follow tutorials on everything from gorgeous DIY blinds to light fixtures, look no further. Dria makes everything simple, step-by-step, and above all, her ideas are things you can actually DO YOURSELF. That said, the blog isn’t exclusively dedicated to DIY projects. It also features top tips from home improvement companies (for example, the latest colour trends from paint companies), and general inspiration and ideas for your home. Well worth a look and follow in our humble opinion.

WEBSITE- http://diohomeimprovements.com/

2) Amber Interiors – @AmberInteriors

How do you describe Amber’s site? Essentially, gorgeous. It’s like she can turn her hand to any design project, and make it seem like she’s a world leader in that style. If you’re in need of some serious inspiration, this is the place to go. The best part however, is her eye for detail. The final, seemingly insignificant touch is often the most important. By browsing her website often, you’ll find yourself noticing these touches more and more.

WEBSITE- http://amberinteriordesign.com/

3) Better Living Through Design – @bltd

Here’s something a little different. A massive database constantly updated with the best design and home improvement products available to the market, curated and analysed by experts. Think everything from clocks to rugs to mirrors. Even better, you can buy anything you like with a direct link from the product page. Too easy.

WEBSITE- http://www.betterlivingthroughdesign.com/

4) Dezeen – @Dezee

For the designers and architects out there, here’s an online magazine you should be subscribing to. Split into three main sections (Architecture, Interiors, Design), it features the latest and greatest in worldwide news, work, and inspiration. Get following.

WEBSITE- http://www.dezeen.com/architecture/

5) Dwell – @dwell

We’ve lost count of the number of times we’ve retweeted dwell. Their website is so easy to use, broken down into sections that are tailor made to fit what you’re looking for. Even better, they have an online shop featuring exceptionally designed products. If you’ve never visited dwell’s website, you should get on that.

WEBSITE- http://www.dwell.com/

6) Niche Interiors – @NicheInteriors

Exactly as the name suggests, this is highly focused on interior design. A perfect mix of detail and short, snappy articles punctuated with images, it’s a great place to learn more about the elements of good design, and get some great inspiration along the way.

WEBSITE- http://www.nicheinteriors.com/blog/

7) HGTV – @hgtv

Here’s one of the heavy hitters in home improvement and interior design blogging. HGTV is as wide reaching as any blog on the web, offering advice and tips on everything from kitchen colour schemes to flooring materials. For a one-stop home improvement advice stop, HGTV’s blog is a great place to go.

WEBSITE- http://blog.hgtv.com/design/

8) Lindsey Davis – @Lindsey_E_Davis

Senior web editor for Centaur Home Interest (spanning their family of sites, Homebuilding & Renovating, Real Homes, and Period Living), Lindsey lends her expertise to a plethora of home improvement blog topics. For pure versatility and long-form detail, this is a blogger not to miss.

WEBSITE- http://www.homebuilding.co.uk/author/lindseyd/

9) Real Homes & Homebuilding – @RealHomes & @MyHomebuilding

On a related note, the blogs put together by these two sites in general are beyond useful to the home improvement enthusiast. Everything from the best way to use natural light, to massively detailed instructions on converting a barn; these two sites have you covered.

WEBSITE- https://www.homebuilding.co.uk/ and http://www.realhomesmagazine.co.uk/

10) Belinda Graham – @belindagraham

Reading Belinda’s long form blogging is a treat. She’s a lovely writer, and her expertise and advice span everything from kids’ arts and crafts to detailed instructions on renovating your bathroom. Well worth a look for people who make it their mission to turn a house into a home.

WEBSITE- http://www.thehappyhomeblog.com/


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    Flooring Contractor Port St Lucie Florida

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    Hey great stuff, thank you for sharing this useful information and i will let know my friends as well. Some great blogs in the list, and up to date so all are working. Great compilation, Thanks

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    Thomas Li

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    John Plix

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    Great resource! You have done a great job. Thanks for the sharing such great resources. Thankfully. John Plix

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    Such useful info for those who want to improve their houses! I wish my house would stay at least a day that organized, but since I have four kids and work, I'm unable. My kids are always making a mess of things, and it drives me insane. A few months ago tho, I found that The Top Cleaner helped me find the best companies to clean my house, they did an awesome job.

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    thomaskutty thankachan

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    i like

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    If you are planning of a home improvement project and want to do it on your own, you can check out these blogs. You will get great ideas and tips on these bloggers. Some of them even have information on how you can save with improving your home's beauty.


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