October was a great month for blog posts across the home industry, from futuristic apps for your car (including ones that open your garage door!), to kitchen recipes perfect for the fall season.
We collected a list of 10 of the most popular and shared posts across automotive, interior design, home improvement, and home automation blogs to share with you here!
The Style Files
The Style Files shares a photo tour of an Australian home with a warm & welcoming atmosphere, accented with homemade furniture. Featuring bright spaces and natural wood finishes, this home could be a great source of inspiration for your own!
Bosch ConnectedWorld Blog
The first Bosch mySPIN hackathon featured the innovative world of vehicle connectivity. Teams of developers used iOS and Android apps to integrate into a vehicle’s infotainment system to create GPS, garage door opening, and fuel saving tools.
Advance Auto Parts – DIY Garage Blog
A history and future of Mazda’s popular roadster, the MX-5 Miata. This post walks through what’s made the car so special over the years and shares excitement on the new and restyled 2016 model.
Interior Stylist, Kristen Grove shares an update on her bungalow living room project. Her interior design ideas can be great for sparking some of your own living room décor plans!
The Allstate Blog
The Allstate Blog launched this quiz to test your home maintenance knowledge! Each answer also leads to tips and resources so you’ll be prepared to fix anything.
Clean & Scentsible
For DIY fans, the Clean & Scentsible blog shares a tutorial on creating snowy branches and pinecones for Christmas decorations and the upcoming holiday season.
With Daylight Savings Time ending at the start of November, the Organized Home blog shares a few important tips that all homeowners should follow when changing the clocks.
For all the cooks out there, this post shares an easy step-by-step recipe for making homemade apple sauce. A great treat for the fall season!
DIY on the Cheap
A step-by-step guide on staining a deck, including using a time (and back) saving tool called a StainStick that glides along deck boards for easy application.
The Ugly Duckling House
Sarah Fogle from the Ugly Duckling House shares a post that walks through her less-than $100 patio cleaning and painting project. Check it out If you have a concrete patio that needs some work!
What home industry blog posts caught your attention in October? We’d love to hear about them! Please leave a comment below!