I just moved and am in the process of remodeling again to green my really old house. I am looking for fences made from trash.. container gardening info and thinking of re-doing the kitchen. I have learned the value of energyStar appliances (can see the difference here) and WaterSense.. My utilities have gone up.. So when Chase over at Construction Management put together this 100 DIY websites, I just had to share it for us frugal greenies. I have only listed a few ‘dedicated’ green sites, but most DIYers are reusers I have found always looking for ways to recycle those extras into something new. To read the rest of his list click here.
Blog author, Cassity describes her blog as DIY at its finest. Her motto is reduce, reuse, recycle, re-purpose, and remodel! She typically uses old things in creative ways including reusing old building supplies in other projects.
- Notable Posts: DIY Rough Quartz Mirror Frame Tutorial, Regain Some Sanity via Closet Organizers
- Author: Married couple, Cassity and Justin
- Connect: Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest
- Specialty: Repurposed home furnishings and DIY projects
Demonstrating that style and quality can also be sustainable, Green Your Decor is a one-stop guide for all things “green” for the home, from rugs and wall art to linens, furniture and paint.
- Notable Posts: My Recycled Spring Table, Part 1
- Author: Jennae Petersen
- Connect: Facebook, Twitter
- Specialty: Green-friendly home design
This is a flagship site for a DIY book and DVD for those interested in Green home improvements. If you are someone who is interested in lowering your carbon footprint through your DIY home improvements, and don’t want to invest in a DVD, than this site still has useful information and video guides.
- Notable Posts: Ecofriendly Bathroom Remodel: Green it Yourself