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HGTV Magazine November 2019

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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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8 things that amazed me this month

1 A balloon-like chandelier is fancy but fun—and a great way to take years off an oldish dining room. PAGE 41 2 Have you heard? Blue paints are the new neutral. They get extra love in this issue. PAGE 120 3 A redesigned Philadelphia kitchen that accidentally matched whom?! This was an HGTV Magazine first. PAGE 127 4 We went wreath shopping for you! They’re all stunners, and they’ll dress up your door now and through the holidays. PAGE 50 5 I love the idea of mixing a fun gravy boat with classic dinnerware. PAGE 64 6 Secret ingredient alert: An orange juice glaze on cinnamon rolls makes them really yummy. Plus: a supercute baking dish. PAGE 133 7 This green velvet chair = so stylish with a gold base. (And it swivels!) PAGE 89 8 I’ll…

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sneak peek: hgtv urban oasis 2019

Step inside the HGTV Urban Oasis 2019 and you feel transported from a bustling city to the dreamy Scandinavian countryside. That’s the mood designer Brian Patrick Flynn was going for in this approximately 1,800-square-foot 1920 home in Minneapolis, MN. “The city has tons of Scandinavian culture and influence, and I wanted that to be part of the design,” says Brian. Which meant clean-lined furniture (classic Scandi style); serene, light-wood floors; and lots of snuggly fabrics for hygge—Danish for a cozy vibe. As Brian says, “Everything feels as good as it looks.” Come on in! but wait… there’s more! Check out the rest of the house on the HGTV Urban Oasis 2019 special, which airs October 2 at 7 p.m. ET. To enter for a chance to win the house, go to…

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decorate with natural light from above.

Museums use natural light from skylights to put the world’s greatest works of art under the best light. Interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn borrowed from this tradition in the HGTV Urban Oasis® 2019, using VELUX skylights to create dynamic focal points in four rooms in the home. Here’s how daylight inspired his designs. 1 Combine light and color In the master bedroom, Flynn paints the room — trim, walls, ceiling — sky blue, creating a clean canvas for the eye. Natural light becomes a hero element of this design with two skylights that spill natural light down the wall and highlight artwork over the bed. 2 Showcase materials In the guest bathroom, the architect placed a VELUX No Leak Solar Powered “Fresh Air” Skylight at the edge of the room to illuminate marble tile…

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a charm

Get the Hang of It Command® Adjustables™ hooks make banners, party fans, and streamers a breeze to display throughout your space. Use Command® Adjustables™ clips to add string lights that give the party room a finishing touch. Repositionable Getting your decor just right has never been easier than with Command® Adjustables™, which reposition up to 3 times within the first 20 minutes. Damage-Free Ready to decorate but worry about damaging the walls? With Command™ Brand, decorating is always damage-free. Reusable Party over? After slowly peeling the Command® Adjustables™ product upwards from the wall to remove, separate the used strips and store hooks and clips back in their package for your next event. All packages come with enough strips for two uses.…

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wow! what color is that?

olive rush BY VALSPAR “All the trees outside this lakeside home inspired me to choose a leafy color for the kitchen cabinets that paired beautifully with a sky blue oven and hood. The look is a breath of fresh air!” —Kristina Crestin, Kristina Crestin Design, Manchester-by-the-Sea, MA blue tang BY PPG PAINTS “Blue is always a crowd-pleaser. This particular shade may be dark and moody, but there are bright undertones, so it’s more exciting than classic navy. Paired with metallic accents, it’s extra dramatic.” —Michelle Thomas, Michelle Thomas Design, Austin, TX glitzy gold BY SHERWIN-WILLIAMS “We get a lot of gray skies in Oregon, and I wanted my dining room to have a sunny-summer-morning feeling all year long. Golden yellow did the trick—even friends who don’t like yellow like this one.” —Hannah Hacker, Adapt Design, Portland, OR iced green BY BENJAMIN MOORE “Here’s a…