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HGTV MagazineHGTV Magazine

HGTV Magazine September 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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Langue:
English
Éditeur:
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room to grow

presented by SPRAY IT YOUR WAY after TWEEN QUEEN SWEET NEW SHADES Visit rustoleum.com/spraypaint for more ideas and inspiration. Due to the printing process, actual spray paint colors may vary from images shown.…

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how to stay organized

I love my stuff. The stuff on my living room shelves, the stuff on my desks (home and work), the stuff on my coffee table, in my kitchen cabinets, on my nightstands—vases, trays, books, random tchotchkes—all of it. But when you like a home full of stuff, how do you avoid a clutter situation? I use a simple secret that I learned from the pros, including prop stylists who might love accessories more than any of us: You’ve gotta rotate your stuff. Say you have a lot of vases (me). Switching them around often enough forces you to realize when one isn’t a favorite anymore and makes it easier to let it go. When you rotate the fruit bowl on your kitchen counter or the throw pillows on your bed and…

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office sweet office

CHRIS ECKERT/STUDIO D; MAKEUP: MARY GUTHRIE USING SUTRA BEAUTY; MAGAZINE HOLDER, PENCIL HOLDER: PHILIP FRIEDMAN/STUDIO D…

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hgtv magazine

EDITOR IN CHIEF Sara Peterson Creative Director Deirdre Koribanick Managing Editor, Director of Partnership Content Melissa Mariola Wurman EDITORIAL Editor at Large Ellen Seidman Deputy Editor Jaimie Dalessio Clayton Senior Editor Megan Baker Deputy Managing Editor Sarah Esgro Editorial Assistant Kathleen Knowles HOME Home Director Jami Supsic Home Editor Lora Yoon Huh Assistant Home Editor Noelle Paredes LIFESTYLE Lifestyle Director Jodi Kahn Editorial Assistant Jessica Bogdwicz MARKET Market Director Kate Doherty Market Assistant Samantha Roberts ART Art Director Ridge Carpenter Deputy Art Director Scott Dvorin Associate Art Director Cara Rearick Digital Imaging Specialist Ruth Vazquez PHOTOGRAPHY Photo Director Stephanie Kim Deputy Photo Director Rachel Barker Art/Photo Assistant Lizzie Simon COPY & RESEARCH Copy & Research Chief Anne Jensen Waterhouse Copy Editor Maude Campbell Contributing Researchers Emilia Benton, Telisha Bryan, Amanda Grooms, Carly Hutchinson, Michael Matassa, Lucy Probert Interns Sarah Beckley, Ashley Kim, Megan Wahn VICE PRESIDENT, PUBLISHER & CHIEF REVENUE OFFICER Daniel Fuchs Associate Publisher, Advertising Carrie Cullen Associate Publisher, Marketing Kate English Mankoff General Manager Chris Tosti Business…

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wow! what color is that?

flamingo feather BY BEHR “A pass-through area leading to this home’s backyard is a space that could have easily been forgotten, but painting the walls infused it with character. This peachy pink makes the area feel bigger and brighter.” —Kerry Vasquez, Kerry Vasquez Design, Los Angeles, CA courtyard green BY BENJAMIN MOORE “A great green was my mission, per the 10-year-old boy whose room this is. Although putting that on all the walls would have been too much of a good thing, it’s just right on the built-in bed and shelves.” —Julie Howard, Timber Trails Development Company, Western Springs, IL cayenne BY SHERWIN-WILLIAMS “My clients were divided when choosing a color for this living room. One liked the idea of a classic hue to match the style of the home, a center-hall Colonial, and the other wanted a fun, modern…

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