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HGTV Magazine Jan/Feb 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!

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

in this issue

1 min.
8 things that amazed me this month

1 I could get used to the view at the HGTV Dream Home 2020. The lucky winner will enjoy that scenery all the time! PAGE 68 2 Acrylic organizers in a closet mean you can actually see what’s stored inside. PAGE 100 3 It’s rare to get excited about a scrub brush. But this flamingo one is a party in your sink. PAGE 52 4 Bold lip art adds unexpected pizzazz to an entry. Check out the fun stuff the designer combined it with. PAGE 38 5 Shelves of rainbow glassware are easy to re-create with thrift store finds. PAGE 33 6 Mint Condition by Sherwin-Williams on the double doors of a New Orleans home: twice-as-nice curb appeal. PAGE 76 7 This cute stool costs $820 less than a fancy version and is just as stylish.…

1 min.
copy our cover

very perky yellow paints To shop this stuff—and more!—follow HGTV Magazine on the LIKEtoKNOW.it app.…

1 min.
wow! what color is that?

morning calm BY MAGNOLIA HOME BY JOANNA GAINES “I love this aqua blue because it’s easy on the eyes and not overwhelmingly bright, which makes it a great color for the wall of shelves in this room. Still, it’s inviting and fun, and that’s important because I want my family to hang out in our screen-free zone!” —Brianna Hall, homeowner, Portland, OR rennie’s rose BY DUNN-EDWARDS “These homeowners are into purple, so I put a spin on it in their guest room—a dusty rose straight out of a Palm Springs sunset. They joke that they like it so much, they might move in.” —Michelle Boudreau, Michelle Boudreau Design, Palm Springs, CA new dawn + deep sea green BOTH BY BENJAMIN MOORE “This vibrant orange was inspired by flowers blooming in the yard. My clients’ neighbors have since dubbed it ‘The…

3 min.
the high/low list

$467 Exotic flowers plus dragons equals mega drama on walls. Schumacher Chiang Mai Dragon wallpaper in ebony, price is for a single roll, mahoneswallpapershop.com $47 Ditch the dragon to save on an equally exuberant pick. Albany Bohemian Flower wallpaper in charcoal, price is for a double roll, wallpaperdirect.com $499 With a rich suede seat, it’s not your dorm butterfly chair. Belgrano suede and brass-finished-steel butterfly chair, cb2.com $188 A hand-stitched edge elevates a leather version. Carbon Loft Larkin leather and metal butterfly chair in chestnut, overstock.com $2,595 There are turned Lucite legs on this Art Deco–inspired stunner. Arches 72"W x 20"D x 31½"H engineered wood and Lucite credenza in navy, modshop1.com $999 Although the acrylic legs are less fancy, the carved details are just as ornate. Deco 65"W x 19"D x 32"H MDF and acrylic buffet in blue, tovfurniture.com $465 Created by superstar designer Kelly Wearstler. Kelly Wearstler Cleo 20¾"-tall…

1 min.
time to shine

2 min.
rainbow it!

YOUR GLASSWARE It took six months of flea marketing and thrift store hunting before Nashville, TN, blogger Elsie Larson of A Beautiful Mess could bring this striking display of glasses to life. “When we were first looking at our house and I saw the big arched shelf in the breakfast nook, I thought it was the perfect spot for a splash of color,” she says. She gave herself a $3 budget for each piece, $5 for extra-special ones. “We’ve actually used the glasses quite a bit for parties,” she says. “Kids love them!” YOUR STAIRCASE Guests don’t typically stop and stare at steps leading up to a second floor…unless they look like these. Logan, UT, blogger Ashley Wilson of At Home With Ashley bought 13 sample pots of latex paint for the job,…