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HGTV Magazine

HGTV Magazine

November 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
Frequency:
Monthly
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7 things that i just love this month

1 Stemware in jewel tones is mega popular. Check out other wow-y stuff to be grateful for. PAGE 41 2 Yes to a firepit this fall! You can store logs in this one, then light ’em up when it’s s’mores time. PAGE 100 3 Dining rooms don’t always get the decorating TLC they deserve. A bench + chairs look fresh. PAGE 30 4 Your tablecloth will thank you: The matching saucer for this gorgeous gravy boat catches drippings. PAGE 25 5 Vintage mushroom lamps can run $400 and up; here’s a find that won’t break the bank. PAGE 63 6 Talk about a pop! The HGTV Urban Oasis 2020 in Maine is packed with cool ideas, like a super striped-out entry. PAGE 74 7 A comfy chair is a must for back-to-back Zoom chats, and the…

1 min.
#trending

THE DESIGNERS: Catherine and Bryan Williamson of @beginninginthemiddle (116k followers) “When you promise your parents you’ll update a ’50s home in Columbus, OH, they’re doubtful about buying, you rise to the challenge!” says Catherine. “The living room had wood paneling and lacked dimension. Bryan and I redid the fireplace with marble, built a new mantel, reworked the built-ins, then added fresh paint all around. My grandparents’ velvet sofa and an antique-look mirror—it’s actually from Lowe’s—blend old and new. It was so amazing hearing my parents yell ‘Wow!’ when they saw the results.” CATHERINE WILLIAMSON, BEGINNING IN THE MIDDLE…

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wow! what color is that?

granny smith BY BENJAMIN MOORE “For the crafting room of a colorhappy family, painting the cabinets and the shelves was a no-brainer. This green apple shade is playful and not overwhelming next to the patterned floor. Who wouldn’t have fun here?!”—Deboni Sacre, Liv Design Collective, Highland, UT be daring BY PPG PAINTS “The name of this yellow pretty much says it all! In a home office, it’s both cheerful and invigorating. Since it really packs a punch, I kept it to one wall.”—Michelle Thomas, Michelle Thomas Design, Austin, TX loyal blue BY SHERWIN-WILLIAMS “To help turn a bathroom into a glam escape, I picked a jewel tone for the vanity. Paired with the gold drawer pulls and the black-and-white tile, it feels like you’re in a chic boutique hotel.”—Diane Rath, The Rath Project, Fairfield, CT oakmoss BY SHERWIN-WILLIAMS “At first, my…

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make it work!

plenty of plants around “Having a spot where you actually want to work is 90% of the struggle,” says designer Carmeon Hamilton. She reimagined the dining room in her Memphis, TN, home with a white desk, a brass chandelier by Hudson Valley Lighting, and tons of greenery. “Plants are critical for wellness,” she says. “They remind you of life outside your walls!” work it! cool message art sharing a room with kids Coworking spaces don’t get much sweeter than this one in a New York City apartment. Dinah Eke of @dee.diary made over her 3-year-old’s room, and her baby boy gets plenty of lap time here too. “The grays and blues are soothing for us all,” she says. She added peel-and-stick wallpaper by Chasing Paper, a Herman Miller sit-to-stand desk that makes way for…

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the high/low list

$108 A 22-inch pillow offers mega pattern on a neutral sofa. $449 Four sleek discs modernize a classic bobbin table. $228 With a mix of three fun ikats, it’s not your grandmother’s folding chair. $51 Opt for a tie-dye look to make things groovy. $49 Extra detailing doesn’t mean extra bucks here. $130 Leave it out postholiday! A black-and-white print works with any decor. $230 A 24-karat rim is a fancy touch on this bone china platter. $690 Designed by Danish design whiz Verner Panton in the 1960s. $550 This tray is wrapped in frazada, a traditional South American textile. $800 Two solid metal shelves provide organizing options for small essentials. $75 Three inches bigger, so there’s more room for seconds. $70 The marble base elevates a two-bulb domed lamp. $42 Don’t want to go all in on pattern? An acrylic frame tempers the stripes. $400 It’s all about specialized storage: racks for stemware, and towel bars…