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HGTV Magazine May 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!

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be bold with design contrasts

In the HGTV® Smart Home 2019, interior designer Tiff any Brooks proves that dark and moody colors can feel bright and calming when paired with natural light and fresh air from above. Learn how to use skylights to have the best of both worlds: colors that feel cozy and bold in spaces that feel open and airy.1 Shine some light on art wallsFour skylights provide museum-style daylighting from above for the master bedroom’s dark wood-clad wall, which creates a dramatic backdrop for a playful art wall. And at bedtime, smartphone app-controlled skylight blinds help darken the room.2 Spotlight storageIf you think dark colors don’t work in small spaces, consider this year’s HGTV Smart Home master bedroom closet, which is painted dark gray. A VELUX® Sun Tunnel Skylight fills the space…

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lasting light

presented byWith Phantom Screens there’s no need to worry about blocking your view. They disappear when you don’t need them!Glass exterior doors are ideal for promoting the flow of light, but if you’re concerned about privacy, Phantom® provides retractable mesh options.Phantom Screens fit all door types, including single, double-French, in-swing, out-swing, and sliding patio doors.Unlike blinds or curtains, retractable screens can be fitted to any type of window and recess completely, allowing light to enter into a room from the top.FIND THE RIGHT RETRACTABLE SCREEN FOR YOUR HOME AT PHANTOMSCREENS.COM.…

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ready to rock a pop of color?

Before you dive into this issue and start crushing on all the vibrant, cheery, colorful finds that’ll make your rooms pop and your heart go pitter-patter, I want to share a quick public service announcement from me and the HGTV Magazine editors to the neutrals fans out there: There’s no shame in beige.If you’re into cream and white walls and tan and gray furniture, you’re in good company (ahem). As I write this I’m thinking adoringly of my favorite flax-color linen club chair, my white slipcovered sofa, and all the justright, not-bright paint colors I’ve lived with (and loved) in my living room over the years, including Manchester Tan, Super White, Latte, White Chocolate, Alabaster, Slipper Satin, Swiss Coffee, and Casual Khaki.Actually, play-it-safe, neutral choices make it easy to mix…

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hgtv magazine

EDITOR IN CHIEFSara PetersonCreative Director Deirdre KoribanickManaging Editor, Director of Partnership Content Melissa Mariola WurmanEDITORIALEditor at Large Ellen SeidmanDeputy Editor Jaimie Dalessio ClaytonSenior Editor Megan BakerDeputy Managing Editor Sarah EsgroEditorial Assistant Kathleen KnowlesHOMEHome Director Jami SupsicHome Editor Lora Yoon HuhAssistant Home Editor Noelle ParedesLIFESTYLELifestyle Director Jodi KahnAssociate Lifestyle Editor Laurel BenedumMARKETMarket Director Kate DohertyMarket Assistant Samantha RobertsARTArt Director Ridge CarpenterDeputy Art Director Scott DvorinAssociate Art Director Cara RearickDigital Imaging Specialist Ruth VazquezPHOTOGRAPHYPhoto Director Stephanie KimDeputy Photo Director Rachel BarkerArt/Photo Assistant Lizzie SimonCOPY & RESEARCHCopy & Research Chief Anne Jensen WaterhouseContributing Researchers Emilia Benton, Telisha Bryan, Amanda Grooms, Carly Hutchinson, Michael Matassa, Lucy ProbertVICE PRESIDENT, PUBLISHER & CHIEF REVENUE OFFICERDaniel FuchsAssociate Publisher, Advertising Carrie CullenAssociate Publisher, Marketing Kate English MankoffGeneral Manager Salvatore Del GiudiceBusiness Manager Celeste ChunADVERTISINGNEW YORK OFFICE 212-649-2989Account Directors…

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copy our cover

artFull Spectrum 18" x 18" unframed giclée print, $150, (The painting on the cover is an original piece by Gina Julian.)vasesUrban Trends Collection Bellied Flared 7 1/2"- tall stoneware vase, $37, and 2 Tier 5"-tall stoneware vase, $33, both overstock.comlampArtichoke 30"-tall papier-mâché and glass lamp in white, $695, straydogdesigns.comA lively setup for an entryway or a living room.vaseImax Parisa 16"-tall ceramic vase, $45, amazon.combowlBIA Cordon Bleu Ooh La La Peony 4 3/4"-diameter porcelain bowls in turquoise, $26.50 for a set of 4, (ALISON GOOTEE/STUDIO D)dogUrban Trends Collection Standing Welsh Terrier 8 1/2"W x 4 1/2"D x 7"H ceramic figurine in blue, $42, wayfair.comcabinetGarnett Ione 39 1/2"W x 15"D x 36"H wood server in red, $156,…

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sneak peek: hgtv smart home 2019

arobotic lawn mower cuts the grass, a closet appliance dry-cleans clothes, and a shower knows your preferred temperature: The HGTV Smart Home 2019, in Dallas, TX, is all about futuristic comforts for the here and now. Designer Tiffany Brooks made sure the approximately 3,400-square-foot house had plenty of warmth and coziness, too. She went with off-white engineered wood floors, deep gray walls, and furnishings in luxe fabrics. “It feels like a place to unwind at the end of a long day,” says Tiffany, “and all the tech is at your fingertips, ready to work for you.”Emerald green ceramic tile in a hex shape dazzles up the kitchen. The wall and ceiling paint is Web Gray by HGTV HOME by Sherwin-Williams.KITCHENLights controlled by Lutron brighten and dim from switches or an…