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Better Homes and Gardens AustraliaBetter Homes and Gardens Australia

Better Homes and Gardens Australia February 2019

Better Homes and Gardens - full of ideas, inspiration and information for you and your family. Every issue of Better Homes and Gardens is packed with inspiring, affordable and achievable ideas plus step-by-step projects for all areas of your home and garden.

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Australia
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English
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Pacific Magazines Pty Ltd
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welcome back!

hey gang! We’re so glad to join you again to brighten your Friday nights with more ideas, tips, tricks and inspiration for your home and garden. In our first episode you’ll be introduced to the biggest project we’ve done in years. An entire house transformed from top to bottom, inside and out! Throughout the year, the BHG TV team will join forces to make over this home with plenty of ideas you can use at your place. First up is turning a plain back deck into a haven for summer entertaining. Don’t miss it! We’ll also show you how to convert an unwanted swimming pool into an amazing aquatic oasis. What a fabulous idea! In the kitchen, you’ll be making weekday meals, more-ish snacks, delish desserts and party food to impress. You…

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welcome it’s diy time

hello to you, hello to 2019 and hello to this fab time of year we all love because we can tackle those projects and fix-it jobs we’ve been dreaming of doing since last January! It’s DIY time! So in this issue we’ve loaded you up with projects for all over your home, and backed them up with super instructions and step-by-step pictures to make you the pro at whatever you build, update, paint, sand, grow and even cook. Sensational! So cruise the pages, be inspired and off you go. Then when you’re done, grab a beer and pat yourself on the back for a job well done. Big congrats from us, too. Take a rest now and looking forward to seeing you next issue. A little mosaic magic? Whatever your love…

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ideas notebook

NOD TO NATURE Keep a busy botanical wallpaper in check with beautifully grained timber furniture and a mix of eclectic and metallic accent pieces. Botanical Powder wallpaper, Graham & Brown. GET SQUARE! If your home can be classified as modern generic with little architectural detailing, mouldings can help transform it into a character charmer. For Insta-charm and impact, use strips of timber to create squares or rectangles of wall panelling, and then paint the entire wall the same colour. Wattyl paint in Tombola (panelled wall) and Limousine (rear wall). THINK GREEN Today’s clean, contemporary interiors with their angular lines, white walls and tiled or concrete floors can look stark and, at times, downright unfriendly. To counter this, include in your decor one or two elements with curves – note the round pendants and gorgeous retro orange vase…

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storage shelfies

1 On this scale of grand your home may not measure up, but it’s your castle and you can achieve a similar impact – with or without a mezzanine study area. All you need is a freestanding staircase with wall shelving that spans two floors. With see-through balustrading, you may also showcase a spectacular mirror. too many possessions, too little space? By now, you’ll be expecting to be told to sort it all into throw, gift and keep piles. But we figure you know how to declutter and you’d rather be shown innovative ideas to seek out your home’s storage potential and how to best display your treasures – so here goes. 2 Lovin’ this framed book nook! It’s within arm’s reach of the day bed, cleverly ensconced between a pair of…

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swingin’ pretty

1 The secret to creating a glorious hanging basket scene is trailing plants. Here, an ivy-leaved pelargonium and a trailing petunia create a tumbling mass of summer blooms. the very essence of summer’s flowery abundance, hanging baskets make gorgeous garden focal points. Because the blooms sit right at eye level, you get to enjoy them up close, so they deliver tons of colour impact. Whether suspended from a verandah ceiling, hooked over a pergola beam, or hung from a fence bracket, hanging baskets create a flower scene wherever you want one – and what a scene! BASKET BELLES The most glorious flowering baskets are the summer ones, which you can put together using advanced seedlings or potted colour. Use your talents with colour and composition to create something really stunning, filled to the…

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waxing lyrical

1 Native to the Philippines, Hoya pubicalyx ‘Pink Silver’ bears clusters of cerise flowers with pink centres. The leaves are slashed with silver. weird and waxy but oh-so wonderful, hoyas (Hoya sp.) are a must-have climbing plant. Over the years, their popularity has waxed and waned, but they are well and truly back in the spotlight these days because there’s just so much to love! The most popular variety is Hoya carnosa, known commonly as the wax flower, but there are actually more than 100 species and cultivars – with more still being discovered – so you’re absolutely spoilt for choice! While they’re most loved for their intriguing clusters of white, yellow, pink or deep purple flowers, the foliage is a feature, too. Plus, their diverse trailing or climbing forms make…

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