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Better Homes and Gardens

May 2019

Get Better Homes and Gardens digital magazine subscription today and find out how to turn your home into a comfy, inviting haven. Every issue is packed with bedrooms that wrap you in warmth, kitchens that start your day with sunshine, gardens that greet you with gladness, porches that put you at peace, and recipes that become instant family classics.

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family meals

“More than 54 percent of American households report eating dinner at home six to seven nights a week; another 30 percent report eating at home five days a week.”BH&G FOOD FACTOR 2018What’s for dinner? It’s the perennial question we get asked (or ask ourselves) every day. In our latest BH&G Food Factor study, the answer was, “Whatever my family will eat.” Accordingly, many of you have developed a rotating cast of guaranteed hits: baked or grilled chicken (more than double any other food item in our study), spaghetti, tacos, meat loaf, burgers, pizza. There aren’t really any surprises on the list. And I agree: Don’t mess with success, right? Then again, don’t we sometimes get a little bored? (If so, see our “Dinner in America” story, page 82.)My mom’s favorite…

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better homes & gardens

STEPHEN ORRVice President, Editor in ChiefCreative Director JENNIFER D. MADARAExecutive Editor OMA BLAISE FORDManaging Editor GREG KAYKOHOME & GARDENHome Editor AMY PANOSStyle & Design Director JESSICA THOMASWest Coast Editor/Gardens MIRANDA CROWELLSenior Style Editor EUGENIA SANTIESTEBAN SOTOSenior Editors KATY KIICK CONDON, MONIKA BIEGLER EYERS, KIT SELZERAssociate Editor MALLORY ABREUAssistant Editor LAUREN HEDRICKEditorial Assistant SUE MILLERApprentice MADISON PINCOMBEFOOD & ENTERTAININGFood Editor JAN MILLERSenior Editors JESSICA SAARI CHRISTENSEN, MAGGIE GLISANSenior Associate Editor CARRIE BOYDEditorial Assistant RENEE IREYLIFESTYLEFeatures Editor DIANA DICKINSONHealth & Features Director AMY BRIGHTFIELDBeauty & Fashion Director ERICA METZGERAssistant Editor SAMANTHA DRISCOLLARTDesign Director STEPHANIE HUNTERDeputy Art Directors JARRET EINCK, MARY-BETH ROUSESenior Associate Art Directors CHRISTY BROKENS, LORI STURDIVANTSenior Graphic Designers LAURA ENGEL, MAGGIE GOLDSMITHAssociate Photo Editor HOLLY PRUETTADMINISTRATION & PRODUCTIONCopy Chief MARIA DURYEECopy Editors MARTHA COLOFF LONG, SHEILA MAUCKProduction Editor CINDY MURPHYOffice…

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what’s trending online

Fast Hacks for Curb AppealHead over to BHG.com/DoItBetter to find our favorite home design tricks from the pros. This month we highlight tips for painting your front door, adding pavers and window boxes, creating container gardens, and other easy weekend projects.[SWEEPSTAKES]Win $25,000 to spruce up your outdoor space. Enter at BHG.com/25Backyard for a chance to win. Details on page 131.GET CREATIVE WITH ASPARAGUSQUICK AND HEALTHYGive classic recipes like stir-fry, hoagies, and avocado toast a spring refresh with a few spears of asparagus. Find 18 easy and nutritious ideas at BHG.com/AsparagusRecipes.‘PRESIDENT LINCOLN’ LILACS CAN REACH 8–10 FEET TALL.[SPECIAL BH&G OFFER]‘President Lincoln’ LilacThis lilac’s unique blue tinge sets it apart from the rest. Its strong, fast-growing branches will quickly fill a border and infuse your garden with a deep, heady scent. Plant in…

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obsessed with colorful glass

Our favorite thing about drinkware and accessories in eye-catching hues: They instantly update a kitchen without moving a wall or painting the cabinets. Though hardly a new trend—midcentury decor was awash with the stuff— the latest batch of practical forms in a rainbow of colors has us wanting to shake up all that sensible white subway tile. Plus, there’s something freeing about not having to settle for one color; mixing and matching makes the effect even more dynamic.…

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sheer brilliance

BOTTLE AND GLASSKeep a set on your nightstand or desk. Colorful Blown Glass Bottle, $30, and Mezcal Glass, $12; bittersco.comDOUBLE-WALL POUR OVERMakes 1 to 3 cups of coffee at a time using a standard V60-style filter. $32 (mug not included); yielddesign.coMOONSIDE CAKE STANDBetween birthday parties, use it as a perch for fruit on the countertop. $40; anthropologie.comJUGThe organic shape and bold color equal 25 ounces of style. $40; us.hay.comTEA CUPSUltrathin borosilicate glass cups stand up to extra-hot or cold liquids. $54 for six; store.moma.orgTOTEM COLORED VASEForget the flowers. Its curves and tricolor scheme make it a showpiece. $29; westelm.comBLUE RIDGED CANDLESTICK HOLDERSA faceted, modern iteration of the centerpiece staple. By Bloomingville, $16–$19; amara.comBUBBLE PLATESOcean-blue dishes give a summery feel to anytime dining. Salad Plate, $8, Dinner Plate, $10; crateandbarrel.comEVERYDAY KITCHEN…

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shopping with diana wright

PRIMER“It makes eye shadow stick like glue.” Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion in Original, $24PONYTAIL HOLDER“The toggle tightens without ripping your hair. The charms make it glam.” Pulleez, $25 (for set of three)ROOT CONCEALER“Use it to hide grays or thin spots around your hairline when you wear your hair back.” Color Wow Root Cover Up, $27EYELINER“You need a brush to apply it, but the intensity is unmatched.” Bobbi Brown Long-Wear Gel Eyeliner, $27CONCEALER”No sleep? No problem! This erases undereye shadows.” It Cosmetics Bye Bye Under Eye Illumination Concealer, $24SHOP TALKDiana appears on TV several times a month to sell her hair accessory line that goes well with special hair and makeup—“the routine similar to what you would do for date night or a party,” she says.MAKEUP Wear layers to keep…

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