HGTV Magazine January/February 2021

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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10 Issues

in this issue

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7 things that i’m crushing on this month

1 Sometimes, more is more! A mix of cool vases is a happy moment on a desk or a fab centerpiece. PAGE 95 2 Special details, like this peachy sconce, can give a vanity big style. Check out lots more ways to boost your bathroom’s looks. PAGE 42 3 The HGTV Dream Home 2021 is like a great American vacation. It’s cozy and coastal, with grand views. Take a peek! PAGE 80 4 Gotta love broccoli art that’s cute enough to eat and adds a fun pop to a kitchen wall. PAGE 100 5 We found playful, mood-boosting accessories, like a pillow that channels the 2021 energy we all need. PAGE 24 6 An irresistible laundry room?! Yep, this one is packed with personality. PAGE 69 7 Anyone can do this project—promise. All you need is…

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copy our cover

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blast from the past

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wow! what color is that?

limousine leather BY BEHR “I call this my ‘mom cave.’ The black is saturated and rich, so it draws you right in and wraps around you like a cocoon—especially because I painted the built-ins and ceilings the same color. That has the added effect of making my art collection stand out. It’s the ultimate spot to close the door, read a book, or just rest.” —Nicole White, Nicole White Designs, Sunrise, FL orange parrot BY BENJAMIN MOORE “We went mid-century in this entry with a three-panel glass door painted ‘look-at-me!’ orange. It’s bold, without any of that muddiness orange can have. The same color is on the other side too. If you’re going to make a statement, we say go all in!” —Lucy Penfield and Stephanie Lalley, Lucy Interior Design, Minneapolis, MN golden appeal BY DUNN-EDWARDS “Since this is a play area,…

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have a nice day


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if these shelves could talk…

THESE SHELVES SAY: life is happier in color Blogger Ashley Wilson has ROYGBIV in her blood—even her bathtub is rainbowed. So brightening the shelves in her bedroom in Logan, UT, was a natural choice. She collected books and objects from thrift stores and scoured sites for quirk, like a pink poodle from Overstock. “Art pulls the color story together,” she says. Her pot of gold: “I see these shelves first thing every morning, and they always put me in a good mood!” THESE SHELVES SAY: be yourself As designer Quintece Hill-Mattauszek zhushed up this Washington, D.C., apartment for someone who had just gone through a breakup, she made shelves a focal point. The client wanted the place to feel all hers, “and she’s an avid reader who loves books.” Hill-Mattauszek built a display…