Inspiration Collected: Great Blogs to Browse this Winter
Monday, November 24, 2014
Every remodeling project starts the same way: daydreaming and browsing inspiring ideas. While the weather outside is less than ideal, stay inside, pour yourself a cup of tea and check out some of our favorite design and remodeling blogs.
There are plenty of ideas for rearranging your space, adding new life to rooms you love, or plotting remodeling projects to achieve your dream home on this blog.
This Old House
Are you breathing new life into an old house with great bones? Then you probably already know about this blog, which is associated with the well-known TV show and magazine. But if you’re new to renovating an older house, this should be you first stop. You’ll find plenty of inspiration as well as a good sense of which projects to leave to the experts.
The sky is the limit on this blog. The style trends toward modern and livable so anyone with more traditional taste may not find much to pin but anyone remodeling a mid-century modern home will have plenty to work with.
It’s Great to Be Home
Get great advice from this couple, who have flipped 10 homes since 2007. If anyone knows how to make the most out of a remodeling budget, they do. Whether you’re going to live in your remodel or flip it, this is a great remodeling resource.
Young House Love
Sadly, this blog is no longer being updated but the archives are still inspiring. The couple behind this blog share the duties of demolition and remodeling as well as writing—and both are talented and witty, making this a fun place to stop for ideas.
Ugly Duckling House
The author of this blog is remodeling her home from the ground up, and there are a lot of great ideas for things you can do yourself (or hire someone to do for you!). If you’re working with a tight budget but want a beautiful home, you may enjoy some of her ideas for how to squeeze more style out of every dollar.
House and Fig
Five years ago the couple behind this blog bought an old house in San Francisco. Since then they’ve taken the house down to the studs and slowly put it back together again. Follow their adventure on this blog and collect some ideas in the process.
You’re always welcome to get some design ideas in person by visiting our showroom. We’re happy to answer any questions you might have and to help you decide which windows and doors will work best with your remodeling plans.