Here at Eurofit Direct we are always looking for websites that are not only offer great advice, but ones that are also standout performers in their industry. In the past few days we have spent many hours researching the best five Home Crafts and DIY websites on the net and our reasoning behind all of our choices.
In our opinion Country Living is one of the most helpful websites/magazines on the internet – Packed with helpful hints and tips from cooking your Sunday roast to making handy recycled projects for around the home. There really is just about anything you could possibly need to help improve not only your home but your lifestyle as well – A must see website!
Handmade Charlotte is a quirky blog with some of the best home craft ideas you will find on a site. Since the launch of this blog three years ago Charlotte has developed a great relationship with her readers and now writes daily giving DIY crafts projects focused especially on kids and families. We would advise any Home Crafter or DIY-er to add it to their list of must visit sites.
Curbly is another really inspirational website filled with some extremely useful home crafts and DIY projects. Along with this Curbly’s extensive ‘Rooms’ and ‘Makeover’ sections show some of the greatest ideas on the web. With fun filled craft sections that are easy to follow along with cheap to create, what more could you want from a craft and home related site?
Stylelist Home website is an inspirational website, with some great home improvement advice along with some great DIY ideas. A website filled with entertaining videos, photography and also useful information, we really don’t need to search any further then Stylelist Home when it comes to that bit of something different.
Details and Design is a blog more focused on the DIY and home improvement aspect of our lives, however we simply couldn’t leave them off the list. With some of the most useful informative posts you will see anywhere; this really is a homeowner’s dream website. This blog is filled with just about all you need to know when designing any aspect of your home – another must see!