If you’re sick of browsing the DIY and Home Décor categories on Pinterest for great home improvement blogs to follow, here is your medicine. I have put together a list of the top 6 home improvement blogs to watch in 2015. I checked out who had great pictures, who updated their blog on a regular basis, and who seemed to be real and down to earth. If you’re on the lookout for home great home improvement blogs to add to your list, be sure to bookmark these 6 websites.

The Ugly Duckling House


Sarah is the face behind the Ugly Duckling House blog. The blog started when she bought her house in Atlanta, Georgia and decided to blog about her DIY adventures and mishaps. She fully details all of her projects with instructions, pictures and a good amount of humor. Sarah categorizes her blogs into 5 different sections: House Tour, Lessons Learned, Dueling DIY, Charlie (her dog), and Cleaning & Recipes. Her blog is all about inspiring others to take on DIY projects because if she can do it, she thinks anyone can.

It’s Great To Be Home 


Liz started her blog when she was a newly married lawyer and began to renovate her first home. In the past 6 years since her blog began, she now has two little girls and has made a living flipping houses and selling real estate. She has flipped ten different houses and she blogged about every single one of them. She also blogs about other DIY projects and decorating ideas that she has. If you’re thinking about flipping a house, be sure to check out her site.

One Project Closer 


One Project Closer is a blog run by two married couples who love home improvement. Ethan who is married to Jocie is the editor-in-chief, multimedia expert, and project guides lead. Jocie is the style and décor guru of the group, she keeps up with the latest trends and is the creative one behind most of their projects. Kim and Fred are other two members of One Project Closer. Kim is the DIYer and coupon clipper of the gang, she is always on the lookout for the best deals. Her husband, Fred, is the tool guy and web programmer. So, if you have plans to complete a home remodel, this is the blog to follow.

DIY Show Off 


DIY Show Off was started by Roeshel because she loves blogging and DIY projects. She grew up in an old farmhouse which is where her passion for DIY and remodeling truly began. Her mother (just like her) was always painting and renovating their house and Roeshel soon followed in her footsteps. She started blogging in 2007 when she and her partner were searching to buy a home. She updates her blog daily with new and creative DIY projects with lots and lots of pictures. She loves to hear from her readers and encourages them to contact her and share their projects.

Fresh Nest Blog 


The creative force behind Fresh Nest Blog is Megan, Megan and her partner Andrew are both from New Jersey and are busy buying a house, getting married and started their lives. Their DIY home improvement blog details the projects they take on while planning their wedding and remodeling their new home. Their pictures, along with their instructions for each of their projects, make you feel as if you can tackle their home improvement projects as well. If you’re a new homeowner looking for some easy DIY projects, this is a great blog to start with.

Homey Improvements 


Most of the blog posts on Homey Improvements are written by James. James is a construction worker, freelancer and husband. Occasionally, his wife Alicia will write articles for the blog as well. Their blog consists of DIY home improvement projects, home décor, home advice, and healthy recipes. They write on a variety of different topics and they are interested in educating and helping their readers. If you need some DIY inspiration, this blog may be perfect for you.

Best Home Improvement Blog Nominees

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