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HGTV Magazine

HGTV Magazine

March 2020

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!

Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Hearst
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10 Issues

In this issue

1 min.
come on in!

1 min.
8 things that i’m obsessed with this month

1 We always have a Dutch oven on hand for photo shoots—it makes a kitchen homier. But I’ve never seen a poppy peachy one like this! PAGE 82 2 A cute, artsy-looking bowl is great for perking up your breakfast routine. PAGE 84 3 Less color doesn’t mean less fun. A white bedroom with metallic touches is stylish and so not boring. PAGE 20 4 We’ve come up with a whole new way to decorate a room. Clue: It involves art. PAGE 25 5 It’s a bicycle-shaped pizza cutter, and it’ll make your next movie night a big hit. PAGE 82 6 As a kid, I loved latch-hook projects. Now I’m tempted to up my yarn game with this trendy knotted art. PAGE 52 7 See that backsplash? Surprise—it’s peel-and-stick tile, and it’s awesome. PAGE 77 8…

1 min.
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1 min.
wow! what color is that?

solarium BY BEHR “This living room needed a wow factor, and painting the fireplace seemed like the obvious choice. But why stop there? I kept the brightness going with an orange chair and rug. Now this spot is filled with energy!” —Amanda Louise Campbell, Amanda Louise Interiors, Greenville, SC sweet taffy + deep carnation BY BENJAMIN MOORE “If we’d done white trim and baseboards with these soft peony walls, it might have felt too sweet for our client’s home office. Hot pink packs a punch and makes it all pop.” —Taylor Tanimoto and Melanie Coddington, Coddington Design, Los Angeles, CA lounge green BY SHERWIN-WILLIAMS “Since this bathroom doesn’t have windows, we chose a color that would lighten things up, inspired by the home’s vibrant lawn. It looked so great on the vanity, the homeowner wanted to give the medicine cabinet…

3 min.
the high/low list

$320 There’s a 24-karat-gold rim on these luxe salad plates. $435 The hand-rubbed finish gives a warm patina. $1,750 Check out the fancy brass legs on this soft spot. $25 Beauties without gold, so they’re dishwasher-safe. $101 A similar sconce that won’t tarnish your budget. $380 A line of button tufting on the back adds detail. $299 So so soft cashmere for those crisp not-yet-spring evenings. $95 A metallic paper underlayer adds a bit of shimmer. $142 A 24-inch-square pillow makes a big statement on a sofa. $988 This mega piece is 31⁄2 feet in diameter. $89 Spill some wine? No prob—you can pop it in the washer. $27 Trending terrazzo at a low-commitment price. $45 Outdoor-safe fabric means the bright pattern won’t fade. $217 A petite coffee table, but you get more quatrefoils. $249 These big blossoms will give you a rosy outlook. $38 Handmade in Mexico, from beak to heart-shaped tail. $995 This wool pick seems artfully aged, giving it vintage…

3 min.
20 ideas for a not-boring white bedroom

1 hanga sculptural light A fixture with widely spaced arms draws the eye up, enhancing the airiness of white. Shades turned toward the ceiling spare the glare. 2 add touches of gray That way, you avoid a sterile whiteout. The gray bed and pillows with white designs are understated enough to keep the softness going. 3 bring in one cool piece Having a focal point, like a wide woven bench, helps a light-color room’s quieter elements come alive. 4 clear the air Exposed Edison bulbs cast a dim-in-agood-way light that offsets bright white walls. 5 pick vintage-y pieces Weathered nightstands fit right into a mellow palette and give that lived-in look so white doesn’t seem stuffy. 6 get a pet stool or two Furry ones deliver a hit of fun—and extra seating, too. 7 don’t forget the details Floral cutouts on the headboard…