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HGTV Magazine March 2018

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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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, HOUSE NUMBERS, PILLOW, DOORMAT, PLANTER: EMILY KATE ROEMER/STUDIO D…

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oh, brothers!

I was a nervous wreck over this cover shoot—not because we traveled to unfamiliar Canada for it, or because the sofa almost didn’t get delivered to the set, or even because it’s the first time we’ve put not one but two HGTV stars front and center on our cover. No, I was sweating bullets because I wasn’t sure if Drew would jump. Why did I want him to spring into the air and hurl himself over a sofa for a few shots? If you know anything about Drew and Jonathan Scott, you know these home renovation superheroes have several HGTV shows and many talents—Property Brothers, Brother Vs. Brother, magician skills (Jonathan), and a crazy-high vertical leap (Drew), to name a few. I thought Drew vaulting over a sofa that his…

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dear hgtv magazine,

I’ve loved HGTV Magazine since the first issue, and I’ve tried many of your tricks throughout my house. My favorite project to date was inspired by the fireplace [“Summer All Year Long”] in your July/August issue. It was so clever how the homeowner had it painted in shades from blue to white to resemble a coastal sunset on a stormy day, and I decided it was just the thing the end of my hallway needed. I went to town one afternoon creating my own version! —Laurel Harry, Kaysville, UT Thank you, thank you, thank you! I’ve always avoided using color on walls. It seemed easier to leave them a (boring) neutral and add pop by hanging art. But since becoming a reader of your magazine, I’ve started painting rooms bold colors, and…

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wow! what color is that?

spirit in the sky BY BENJAMIN MOORE “My home is from 1907, so I wanted to keep some vintage flair when we renovated. While driving around one day, I spotted an antique truck painted this pretty blue green and hunted until I found the exact right match!” —Anna Forkum, Anna Forkum Interior Design, Nashville, TN drop dead gorgeous BY BENJAMIN MOORE “After choosing a cool but sophisticated red-and-cream wallpaper for this tween girl’s bedroom, I knew I wanted to do something bold on the built-ins, but her parents were a little nervous about such a strong color. In the end, though, they were more scared of the woodwork looking bland! A berry red makes the cubbies pop without seeming childish.” —Jodi Morton, 2to5 Design, Evanston, IL pink frenzy BY VALSPAR “These vintage metal lockers in my art room are super…

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50 lamps we love

“It’s great in any space—traditional, contemporary, and in between.”—Egypt Sherrod, Flipping Virgins“I really like the sculptural lines and the doubly awesome way it shines light in two directions.”—Brian Patrick Flynn, HGTV Dream Home 2018“I am loving green right now and just can’t resist this faceted stunner.”—Tiffany Brooks, HGTV Smart Home 2018“Tree branch meets gold finish has a one-of-a-kind feel.”—Karen E Laine, Good Bones“A perfect union of form and function, this task lamp is an eye-catching accent.—Vern Yip, HGTV designer““The color, pattern, and shape make a bold statement.”—Anita Corsini, Flip or Flop Atlanta…

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pattern + pattern

fish scale + swiss cross in an office floral + check in a dining area honeycomb + brushstroke in a living room triangle + stripe in a bedroom palm leaf + polka dot in a bathroom FLATWARE, GLASS: BEN GOLDSTEIN/STUDIO D. LAMP, SHELF, SOCIETY6.COM PILLOW: BEN GOLDSTEIN/STUDIO D. SHOWER CURTAIN: EMILY KATE ROEMER/STUDIO D; WASTEBASKET: BEN GOLDSTEIN/STUDIO D…

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