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HGTV Magazine Jul/Aug 2019

HGTV Magazine is about real life at home. In every issue you'll find money-saving mini makeovers, simple ways to conquer clutter, smart DIY solutions, time-saving cleaning tricks, and so much more. Plus--see how the HGTV experts really live!

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1 min.
what makes you feel more chill?

Here’s my summer fantasy for all of us: a three-month break from the daily grind, during which we sail off to a tropical island, nap in hammocks, and drink daiquiris at breakfast. Since that’s not happening anytime soon, our team created this peak-of-summer issue to help everyone chill out more. These are some of my favorite ways to make my home—and my every day—feel extra mellow, even when there’s no actual ocean breeze around. • Stripes! It’s the pattern of summer. From tote bags to coffee mugs, anything covered in colorful stripes says don’t take me too seriously. Fun finds on page 58. • Pillows with vacation vibes. Some look like travel posters (page 3), some look like sea life (page 28), but all of them transport you. Let’s say you live in…

1 min.
stars and stripes all summer


2 min.
some very brady scoop

who’s on the show Much like the blended family on The Brady Bunch, which aired from 1969 to 1974, the renovation brings together different groups: HGTV stars and members of the show’s original cast. Each Brady worked on at least two rooms, with HGTV pros pitching in with demo and design. It will all unfold in a four-episode series. where the house is located Built in 1959, the home is nestled in an otherwise quiet neighborhood in North Hollywood, CA. But because it’s one of the most photographed houses in the country, the previous owners decided to put up a fence to keep peeping fans on the sidewalk. what the show is about The famous house was used only in exterior shots for the sitcom; the interior scenes were filmed at a studio nearby. Yet…

2 min.
wow! what color is that?

hale navy BY BENJAMIN MOORE “Since this kitchen opens to a family room, I wanted to define the cooking space with color. I turned to my go-to: navy. It looks so chic next to brass accents and leather stools.” —Trish Ireland, Trish Ireland Interiors, Cincinnati, OH envy BY SHERWIN-WILLIAMS “Going for green on the vanity in this bathroom, which my teen kids share, created the most cheerful space. With that window seat, it feels like an escape—fitting because my daughter loves to hide out in here.” —Cathleen Wilson Seay, Wilson Girls, Greenville, SC rose ash BY PRATT & LAMBERT “When we finished decorating this guest room, meant for the homeowner’s grandchildren, she loved it so much, she wondered if we should turn it into the master bedroom. The aged pink makes the headboard’s fabric and the dresser really pop, yet…

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the high/low list

$70 The cheery greeting is embroidered onto this cushy down pick. $380 These retro designer shades are handcrafted in Italy. $419 Made of faderesistant fabric, it’ll look crisp for many summers to come. $36 No fancy script but this one can go outdoors to perk up a porch. $20 You won’t feel so blue if you lose this affordable pair at the beach. $152 A chic scalloped edge gives off major South of France vibes. $115 This elegant flamingo is hand-painted. $458 You can rinse off spills with a hose, or just flip this reversible rug over. $600 Travel goals: There’s a folding hanger and laundry and shoe bags inside. $240 That’s actually real bamboo on the handles. $32 An acrylic bird is a klutz-friendly find. $153 It’s meant for patios, but try it inside for an endless summer look. $209 Choose from nine fonts in 17 colors to personalize this carry-on. $28 Plastic handles mean they’re…

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beach vacation vibes every day

beachy vibes with rattan It’s not just for porch furniture. “Rattan’s light wood tones and organic texture give any space a coastal feel,” says designer Jill Johnson of Manhattan Beach, CA. It’s often used to make sturdy pieces such as chairs, and the inner fibers can be woven for items like baskets. beachy vibes with anchors beachy vibes with rope Want to bring postcard images of marinas to life? Go for accessories that have the kind of chunky rope traditionally used on sailboats, like this mirror from Wayfair. “One or two touches of rope is plenty,” says designer Kate Lester, who is based in Los Angeles. Style out the look with brass accents, from light fixtures to cabinet hardware. how I bring home beach vacation vibes • Surfboards as wall decor I have two real ones hanging…