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HGTV Magazine November 2017

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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IN THIS ISSUE

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front door of the month light Troy Lighting B5051 15½"-tall glass and iron outdoor light in centennial rust, $196, build.com pillow Draper Eagle Scout 18" x 18" polyester outdoor pillow, $54, kessinhouse.com chair Christopher Knight Home Hanlee wood folding Adirondack chair, $150, target.com doormat Welcome Check 18" x 30" coir doormat, $33, taghomedecor.com door Arbor Grove 3-panel fiberglass door, from $625, clopay.com for stores; New York brass entry set in hand-antiqued finish, $145, charlestonhardware.com paint Apple of My Eye by Clark + Kensington house number Rustic 10½" x 10½" wood address sign in white on black, $25, woodstockrustic.com log carrier 25"W x 12"D x 18"H canvas log carrier in green, $50, plowhearth.com DOOR, PILLOW, HOUSE NUMBER, DOORMAT: BEN GOLDSTEIN/STUDIO D…

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“i survived my kitchen reno!”

This reno marks a milestone: my first teareverything- out kitchen remodel. Sure, I’ve worked on many other people’s kitchens over the years, but redesigning my own? That was a totally different story! For my overhaul, I worked directly with my contractor (a friend of a friend) and made the design decisions myself, often asking HGTV Magazine staffers to weigh in: “What’s your take on these pendant lights? Is this zigzag tile crazy or cool?” Second opinions are super helpful, because kitchen renos are all about decisions: Each one you make dominoes into another decision. Turn the page to see the rundown of my reno. see more photos! Go to hgtv.com/saraskitchen for more scoop on my kitchen reno. WHAT I CHOSE AND WHY: • Marble-like quartz countertops (Silestone) because they’re strong and stainproof. • Shaker-style cabinets…

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It was refreshing to see the O’Meara family’s gray laminate counters in June’s “Our Super-Saver Kitchen,” since I feel like everyone has granite these days. When I renovated my home, I looked at granite options but ultimately went with laminate, and I’m a huge fan of the minimal maintenance it requires. —Leslie Gingery, Dwight, IL I just moved into an updated 1930s home and had no idea what to do with the original windows, which had been removed and stored in the shed. That is, until I was going through my old copies of HGTV Magazine and saw how Brittany and Andy York used antique windows as art in their bedroom [July/ August 2016’s “A Real Family with Fixer Upper Style”]. I liked the idea so much, I immediately did the same.…

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mug Carnaby Versailles porcelain mug in green, $22, jonathanadler.com platter White Diagonal Lines 9 1/4" x 13" porcelain platter in black, $73, zazzle.com table Docksta 29 1/2"H x 41 1/2"-diameter fiberboard and polyamide table, $179, ikea.com chair PS 2012 plastic and wood composite chair, $85, ikea.com PILLOWS From left: (custom) Sanderson Tribeca cotton fabric in emerald and black, stylelibrary .com; (custom) Sanderson Ooti cotton fabric in emerald, style library.com; Tribal Fringe cotton and linen pillow in black on oatmeal, stonetextilestudio.com; Linen pillow cover in malachite green, cruelmountain.etsy.com; Nikki Chu CNK28 linen pillow, jaipurliving.com for buying info; Marimekko Pieni Pippurikera cotton pillow in green, pantsandpillows.etsy.com; Cut Up Dot cotton pillow in charcoal black, rebeccaatwood .com; 5 Surry Lane Kitti cotton pillow, burkedecor.com WINDOW SHADE FABRIC Tribal Fringe cotton and linen fabric in black on white, stonetextilestudio.com pillows Pony Spots 20" x 20"…

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a white linen tablecloth with a red wine spill KEEP! “Act fast and chances are you can get the spot out,” says Nancy Bock, a senior vice president at the American Cleaning Institute. Dab with a no-fuzz cloth and cool water (put a trivet under the cloth first to protect the table). After guests leave, hold the stained area beneath a steady stream of cool water for a few minutes, then blot dry. Treat with a prewash stain remover (like Shout Advanced Gel), then wash as recommended on the fabric care label. Reapply stain remover and rewash if necessary. a lamp that flickers when it’s on KEEP! “Assuming there are no frayed wires, which can be a fire hazard, don’t give up on what could be a perfectly good lamp,” says Randy Howard, owner of…

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…to let your dog eat the cat’s food (and vice versa)? Having separate place settings is the way to go. “A pet sneaking a meal from the wrong bowl isn’t a food emergency that requires rushing to the vet, but don’t let it happen regularly,” says Jeff Werber, D.V.M., a veterinarian in Los Angeles. A brief lesson in pet cuisine: Cats naturally require more protein to thrive than dogs do, so cat chow has more of it—plus lots of vitamin A for healthy muscles and a shiny coat, since cats need more vitamin A than they are able to produce. Cat food also contains extra fat, for energy and a smooth-running system, and the amino acid taurine, for good eyesight, digestion, and heart health. Cats who fill up on dog food…

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