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HGTV MagazineHGTV Magazine

HGTV Magazine November 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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all set for guests?

Once November arrives, this happens: I think about all the guests I’ll soon have, and I make a crazy-ambitious to-do list. Paint the living room—even the ceiling! Grow an indoor herb garden to season Thanksgiving side dishes! Get new bedding for the guest room! One time, the night before my sisters arrived, I actually googled “24-hour monogram shop,” hoping to make a late-night run to get their initials stitched onto pillow shams. (For the record: No such place exists.) If, like me, you want to make family and friends extra happy but your enthusiasm spins out of control, here’s a keep-it-sane dos-and-don’ts list inspired by stories in this issue: • Don’t spend hours browsing “Thanksgiving tabletop” on Pinterest. Do have fun mixing (not matching) place mats and napkins (see page 99). • Don’t…

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wow! what color is that?

denim BY SHERWIN-WILLIAMS “Once I flanked this living room’s fireplace with bookshelves, the red brick suddenly seemed dated. A deep blue totally modernizes it—and makes it the center of attention. Dark gray paint on the hearth keeps the focus on the surround.” —Samantha Klickna, Case Design/Remodeling, Bethesda, MD india yellow BY FARROW & BALL “A goldenrod shade that exudes 1970s nostalgia, applied just partway up a wall, made this bedroom in a New Orleans apartment unexpectedly cool and contemporary.” —Christina Higham, designer for Sonder rentals, San Francisco, CA flame BY BENJAMIN MOORE “The owners of this cottage on Cape Cod wanted a bold color in every room, including the master bath. This superbright orange is the same shade as the lobster buoys you spot bobbing out on the water.” —Trevor Pontbriand, Aline Architecture, Orleans, MA dragon fruit BY CLARK + KENSINGTON “I wanted to…

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the high/low list

$840 Created by esteemed designer Alexa Hampton. $48 A nearly identical pattern, but on a shorter option. $91 Have your morning cappuccino in an Italian-made porcelain mug. $16 Horizontal chevrons still perk up the day on this ceramic cup. $1,245 Available in 47 upholstery options, from wool to cowhide. $357 This one has similar mod looks at a very today price. $104 This fun pattern was first introduced back in 1963. $24 An ikat take on polka dots for this pumpkin-y pick. $210 A gold-accented rim fancies up your feast. $75 A little bit bigger means even more turkey. $398 Gold plating makes this owl really shine. $23 Ditch the gilded finish for a truly wise price. $660 This pretty flat weave is made in India. $349 A slightly higher pile in a cheerful rainbow palette. $119 This wall hanging is completely handwoven. $35 Art for the budget-conscious bohemian. $128 Hobnail crystal glasses will elevate your Thanksgiving. $28 Fewer facets, but there’s a fun stem…

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“make our dining room look 10 years younger”

Homeowners Jessy and Karim five years after buying their 1950 center-hall Colonial in Somerville, NJ, Jessy and Karim Fofana were still staring at the same hopelessly dated dining room set that was purchased by Jessy’s mom at Goodwill for $200—and leaving piles of mail and the kids’ backpacks on it…until they cleared it for holiday dinners. The table had served its purpose: Jessy used to run her public relations business from their old place, and it gave her somewhere to spread out. By the time they moved into this house, she’d rented office space. Still, the set came with them. “Our dining room needed help, but it was last on our priority list—we had major work to do on the house,” says Jessy. HGTV Magazine to the rescue! Out went the…

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shop the room

art Bar 40'' x 40'' unframed print, $375, myansoffia.etsy.com candlesticks Amana brass candlesticks, from $38 each, serenaandlily.com dining table Modloft Sullivan 95"W x 43"D x 30"H MDF dining table in walnut finish, $1,599, allmodern.com mirrors Two’s Company rattan mirrors, $425 for a mixed set of 5 (large is 24" diameter), houzz.com; Magical Thinking 12"-diameter rattan mirrors, $24 each, urbanoutfitters.com planter Gray 19"H x 12"-diameter iron planter with stand in antique brass finish, $35, worldmarket.com sconces Mitzi Kai 15"-tall iron sconces in aged brass finish, $198 each, build.com vases (on buffet) Serena 7 3/4"-tall terra-cotta vase, $20, cb2.com; (on table) Hobnail Hill 6"-tall ceramic jar in snow, $34, luluandgeorgia.com…

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