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HGTV Magazine June 2016

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

IN THIS ISSUE

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come on in!

front door of the month DOOR: EMILY KATE ROEMER/STUDIO D; FLOWERS: ALEXANDRA ROWLEY; PILLOWS, BENCH, DOORMAT: STUART TYSON/STUDIO D…

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colorful entryway

FOR ADDITIONAL SHOPPING DETAILS, SEE SHOPPING SOURCES. ERIKA LAPRESTO/STUDIO D: STYLING BY CARLA GONZALEZ-HART; KNOB, CHAIR, LAMP, CABINET: STUART TYSON/STUDIO D…

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dear hgtv magazine

My April issue recently arrived, and I am thrilled that you featured Chip and Joanna Gaines [“A Day in the Life of the Fixer Uppers”]. They are my favorite HGTV constructionand-design duo! I don’t think I’ve ever missed an episode of Fixer Upper. If only I lived in Waco, TX, they could renovate and decorate a home for me. —Joyce Pottinger, Roseville, CA Thanks to Jonathan Scott’s tip to keep Goof Off on hand in the November feature “Handymen’s Secret Supplies,” I was finally able to remove some glue I’d spilled on my sewing machine. The sticky residue wiped right off, and now it looks good as new. —A.C. Dougherty, Pittsburgh, PA I look forward to HGTV Magazine every month, and I almost always turn to “Copy the Curb Appeal” first. One of these…

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my favorite pair of jeans

i readily admit that I don’t like to hire anyone to paint for me. I’d much rather gear up and do it myself. Walls, ceilings, doors, siding, furniture, shutters, chandeliers—you name it, I’ve probably painted it, as the splatters on my painting jeans, plucked from a thrift store bin about four years ago, attest to. Once I had 800 feet of new wood baseboards and window trim installed and didn’t think twice about painting all of it myself. Seven months and two pairs of kneepads later, I finished and nearly cried with pride. Beautiful, glossy white trim as far as the eye could see—I did it! You’d think after all the taping, priming, rolling, and brush cleaning I’ve done, I wouldn’t have any questions about painting. Not true. There are always…

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hgtv stars: graduation flashback

David Bromstad Wayzata Senior High Plymouth, MN CLASS OF 1992 “I was a bit shy and nerdy back then. I couldn’t wait to get to college to pursue art.” Nicole Curtis Lake Orion High School Lake Orion, MI CLASS OF 1994 “While other kids were getting in trouble, I was repainting the girls’ bathroom.” Jason Cameron Republic-Michigamme High School Republic, MI CLASS OF 1988 “I loved woodworking class. My personality hasn’t changed, but my style definitely has.” Christina El Moussa Canyon High School Anaheim Hills, CA CLASS OF 2001 “I always loved real estate, especially looking at model homes.” Anthony Carrino Don Bosco Preparatory High School Ramsey, NJ CLASS OF 1997 “I didn’t find my fashion sense until college. Luckily I wore a uniform in high school.” Tarek El Moussa Sunny Hills High School Fullerton, CA CLASS OF 2000 “Thankfully my entrepreneurial instincts have outlasted the bleached hair.” John Colaneri Ramapo High School Franklin Lakes,…

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if you do only one thing this month: buy better beach towels

* Pick 100% cotton. It absorbs water better than a poly blend. * Know the difference between terry and velour. Terry cloth has hundreds of loops and absorbs water more easily than velour, which has a smooth, shiny finish. * Beach towels measure about a foot longer than standard bath towels, clocking in at around 70 inches long and 35 inches wide. Souvenir towels and ones made for kids may be smaller. * Wash beach towels separately the first few times in case the dyes run. After that, toss them in with your other cotton laundry. * HomeGoods, Kohl’s, and T.J.Maxx sell well-made beach towels at a discount. Or catch sales at department stores such as Macy’s after Labor Day. STYLIST: CARLA GONZALEZ-HART; HAT: HATATTACK.COM; FLOORING: CREEKSIDE OAK BY PERGO, LOWES.COM…

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