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AR Workshop, Build Direct, Curbly, doityourself, DIY Network, eHow, Family Handyman, Home Doctor, Instructables, Lifehacker, The DIY Playbook, The Shabby Creek Cottage, The Spruce, The Urban Homestead, Today`s Homeowner
Websites for DIY that can help you with so many different projects:
Info: They have over 150 Store locations and offer an online store as well as workshops.
info: They connect you directly to the suppliers on a huge selection of home improvement products such as flooring, decking, kitchens, bathrooms, and much more. They can also ship you free samples overnight.
info: “Curbly is a DIY design community for people who love where they live.”
info: “Independent home improvement and repair website.”
info: Features a long line-up of DIY shows on its network. Their website also has “The How-To Library”, videos, and chances to enter and win the HGTV dream home 2020. (its mine!) Sorry, best of luck.
info: “Whether you need to fix, build, create or learn, eHow gives you practical solutions to the problems life throws at you”.
info: Along with their magazine offer a “variety of print and digital resources for do-it-yourself homeowners”.
info: “Whether you are a do-it-yourselfer or are planning to hire someone to work on your home, HomeDoctor offers a collection of helpful home remodeling projects and repair tips”.
info: A unique website that allows people to explore, document, and share their creations from all over the world.
info: Website on how to do everything better.
The DIY Playbook
Info: (Casey Finn)
- Decor projects
- On Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube
The Shabby Creek Cottage
Info: DIY Projects, decoration, crafts, and hundreds of creative ideas.
info: “At The Spruce, we offer practical, real-life tips and inspiration to help you create your best home. From decorating and gardening advice, to entertaining and home repair how-tos...”
The Urban Homestead
info: “The Urban Homestead is a successful one-of-a-kind model for sustainable agriculture in urban areas”…”Since 2001, our blog “Little Homestead in the City,” shares the first-hand stories of our struggles and joys, defeats and successes of our homesteading journey.”
info: “Expert advice on improving your home.”