5 Great DIY Blogs you Need to Follow


We love Kezzabeth’s humble and honest DIY blog, following the restoration of her cute little home. A self taught DIYer, she shows us you can create stunning rooms and outdoor spaces using less obvious materials, like her post on how she built amazing rustic decking with old scaffolding boards. The DIY tutorials are thorough and well written, with great pictures, making Kezzabeth.co.uk a great place to head for home DIY inspiration.

The Carpenter's Daughter

Vikkie Richmond has the kind of enthusiasm that will spur you on to be the best DIYer you can be! What’s great about her blog is that we’re effectively learning from two people, not just one, because – as the title suggests – much of her DIY wisdom has been passed down from her father. Her YouTube channel has 18k subscribers, where she shows us how she makes the most of her money when fixing up her first home.

DIY Daddy Blog

Juggling family life with a never-ending list of jobs around the home can be a challenge. Nigel is a Dad of five and a painter and decorator by trade. With 20 years experience, he offers us his insights as a DIYer/pro, and shares his stories of when things go well, and not so well.

The Best Bricky

We can’t help being impressed by the bricklaying skills of Stu ‘Best Bricky’ Crompton. The 14 years he’s spent working in the construction industry has taught him a few tricks, which he loves passing on to his readers and viewers. We find his bricklaying videos strangely hypnotic!

The Restoration Couple

This is another great blog that is full of in-depth videos of one family’s house restoration. They tackle all kinds of things while trying to save money, and their YouTube channel boasts a whopping 46k subscribers. They even tell us where to get the materials that are right for each job, and pass on some of their hard-learned lessons so you don’t need to make the same mistakes!

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