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HGTV Magazine Jan/Feb 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!

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

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beyond your wildest dreams

PRESENTED BY Located in the northern Rocky Mountains of Whitefish, Montana, the HGTV® Dream Home 2019 features a stunning color palette befitting of the breathtaking beauty of the scenery and wildlife that surround it. Designed with a modern mountain feel, each room features shades from the HGTV HOME™ by Sherwin-Williams Timeless Beauty Color Collection, which come together to create a classic, cozy and harmonious color scheme that inspires the decor throughout the home. Out of the Mountains Rustic meets refined in the master bedroom, which features the eye-catching deep rust HGTV HOME™ by Sherwin-Williams Spiced Cider wall color. The bird’s nest chandelier gives a nod to nature while the iron canopy bed lends a contrasting industrial-modern feel. Tying the room together is the ikat rug, which adds an ornamental element while bringing in…

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copy our cover

DIY never looked so good! Go to page 29 for the how-tos. FOR ADDITIONAL SOURCES, SEE PAGE 105. BOWL: PHILIP FRIEDMAN/STUDIO D; DIY PROJECTS: ALISON GOOTEE/STUDIO D, CRAFTING: ASHLEY PAGE NORTON…

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step outside

PRESENTED BY When you surround your home with beautifully paved patios and smart structures you not only improve its visual appeal, but you can also exponentially increase your relaxing and entertaining areas. Here, we show you how we did it with the help of BelgardTM at the HGTV® Dream Home 2019 in Whitefish, MT. FIND INSPIRATION FOR YOUR HOME AT BELGARD.COM/HGTVMAG PREFERRED SEATING BELGARD’S TANDEM® WALL and TANDEM® COLUMN KITS can be used to create attractive retaining walls or freestanding features. We used the textured Ashlar pattern to design a built-in sofa to ease the transition from the deck to the patio and to provide additional seating for entertaining. The open core design allows for quick and easy installation, and the superior strength concrete stands up to any weather condition. GRILLING & CHILLING Enhance your outdoor…

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what does diy mean to you?

If there’s one thing we talk about a lot at this magazine, it’s DIY projects. DIYing makes a home feel extra special. It personalizes a space so it’s truly one of a kind. Over the years the editors and I have defined DIY as do it yourself, design it yourself, decorate it yourself, and dream it yourself—and who knows? Maybe we’ll think of more. Sometimes DIYing means you gather up tools and materials to create from scratch. Or you start with something basic and customize it to look totally unique. (See the baskets on the cover? They used to be plain-Jane.) You can also take an old piece, like a chair from a flea market, and give it a fresh start with new fabric or paint…or fabric and paint. And have…

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room by room

Many people consider DIY projects cute and all—but they can be seriously stylish too, as Chelsea Bieber has proven in her family’s home. Most of the stuff in their Herndon, VA, split-level was either bought used and revived, purchased new and personalized, or dreamed up and built by Chelsea and her husband, Matt. She first discovered the world of DIY when she was on bed rest while pregnant with her twins, and the hobby evolved into an interior design biz she started with her sister-in-law Cate. “DIY grows your confidence in creating,” Chelsea says. “Finishing one project gives you the boost you need to tackle the next.” Her ideas are showcased around the house: cool wall stencils here, a genius nightstand update there. Happily, all of them are easy to…

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projects with style

glam gold foil pillow 1. Iron a pillow cover to remove any wrinkles. Place a piece of cardboard inside to create a hard surface. 2. Working on a quarter of the pillow at a time, brush foil transfer adhesive onto the fabric in a random pattern. We used a ¾-inch-wide flat paintbrush. 3. Cut a piece of gold foil large enough to cover the section, and place it over the adhesive, shiny side up. 4. Put a sheet of parchment paper on top, and iron the section on medium heat for about 20 seconds. Let cool. 5. Pull back foil to reveal the design. Repeat for the remaining sections. metallic spheres 1. Stick bamboo skewers into a smooth Styrofoam ball, starting near the middle. We used 3-inch skewers for the small sphere and 4-inch for the large. Continue…

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