3 Home Improvement and DIY Blogs to Help Turn Your House into a Home

Welcome to Blog Profiles! We regularly select a topic and handful of blogs that do a great job contributing to the conversation. This week, we’re recognizing a few home improvement and DIY blogs that we love reading and think you should start following. Do you have a blog that deserves recognition? Tweet our writers at @BeyondBylines.

There’s always something about the warm weather that makes me want to change things around my house and spruce it up. From new decor to new paint to a completely new kitchen, the possibilities are endless. However, turning a house into a home you love can feel like an overwhelming task. Which is why my house is still sporting the same not so pretty brown walls as the day we moved in.

If you’re like me and you need all the help you can get in the home improvement department, or you just need some new ideas, these blogs have got you covered. Grab your drill and head on over to these three blogs to get started,

1. Remodelaholic

Remodelaholic is run by Justin, a landscape architect, and Cassity, an interior designer. Together, they design and bring their projects to life while keeping budget in mind.

Their motto is “reduce, reuse, recycle, re-purpose, remodel,” so they always aim to use and reuse their old things and supplies in creative ways. They have been remodeling for over 21 years, and they hope to inspire readers to create new spaces or remodel new ones.

Check out these posts:

Follow @remodelaholic on Instagram.

2. Kaleidoscope Living

Kaleidoscope Living is full of fun and colorful ideas to give your house that extra something you’ve been looking for. Tasha Agruso is the founder, and her goal is to help her readers create a home they love.

Tasha is a lawyer turned interior stylist and DIY educator, and she is living the dream one house at a time. She has been featured in HGTV, Today, Elle Decor, and Better Homes & Gardens, among others.

Take a look at these recent posts:

Follow @tasha.kaleidoscope on Instagram.

3. This Old House

This Old House takes a more technical approach to home improvement rather than design, but still in a DIY kind of way. With 20 Emmy Awards and more than 100 nominations, you can be sure you’re getting the best of the best when it comes to tips and tricks on remodeling your home.

This Old House’s site features an A-Z menu where you can find expert advice on how to do pretty much anything around your house.

Check out these posts:

Follow @ThisOldHouse on Instagram.

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Daniela Valles, Cision PR Newswire
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Daniela Valles is a Customer Content Specialist for PR Newswire from Albuquerque, NM. She has a bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from the University of New Mexico. Outside of work, you can find her always on the go with her two kids, reading a good book, or binge-watching all of the shows.

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