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Better Homes and GardensBetter Homes and Gardens

Better Homes and Gardens October 2018

Get Better Homes and Gardens digital magazine subscription today and find out how to turn your home into a comfy, inviting haven. Every issue is packed with bedrooms that wrap you in warmth, kitchens that start your day with sunshine, gardens that greet you with gladness, porches that put you at peace, and recipes that become instant family classics.

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Meredith Corporation
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happy accidents

Perfect! It’s a word we use much too easily (and lazily) in the magazine industry. “____ makes a perfect summer appetizer. ____ is this season’s perfect paint color.” Editors tend to use perfect as shorthand for something that’s the very best, very good, or sometimes just OK. But by overusing this perfectly acceptable word, are we in danger of eroding its meaning? We have high standards for our stories and photography in the magazine, but most of the time I am actually searching for imperfection rather than the opposite. I prefer to eat a delicious cake that looks a little wonky instead of an exquisite-looking dessert that is bland and ordinary. I like a wild and gestural flower arrangement over a tight and sterile one. I want my house to look…

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bhg.com

GET YOUR GARDEN READY FOR FALL Try your hand at edible gardening to enjoy the fruits (and veggies) of your labor. Our program shares seasonal recipes, care tips, and more. This month we focus on growing fall vegetables and then putting your garden to bed for winter. BHG.com/PlantYourPlate [SWEEPSTAKES] Win $25,000 to give your home a makeover. Enter for a chance to win at BHG.com/HomeMakeover. Details on page 157. THE DIRT WITH STEPHEN ORR BH&G’s Editor-in-Chief Stephen Orr shares expert advice and how-to tips for making your garden the best it has ever been. Follow our page for the latest videos. facebook.com/thedirt.bhg New! Tricks for Treats The best Halloween treats are also a feast for the eyes. Our kid-friendly recipes use inexpensive candy and simple decorating techniques to transform ordinary cookies, cupcakes, and more into spooktacular desserts you’ll be dying to…

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patch-work

BY: ALLISON MAZE; STYLING: CHRISTY BROKENS…

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loved to pieces

1 INDIGO-DYED AND DENIM PATCHWORK CUSHION COVERS Made of cotton as soft as a pair of well-worn jeans. $72–$75 each; basshu.com 2 LANDSCAPE QUILTED COASTER SET These coasters clean up in the wash after use. $48 for four; ofakind.com 3 EMBROIDERED CLUTCHES Button-down shirts recycled into chic fair-trade accessories. $16; lizalig.com 4 CHRISTIANSEN TABLE RUNNER Two looks in one: It reverses to navy-and-white ticking. $27; wayfair.com 5 COLE QUILT Its preppy stripes and palette were inspired by ship signal flags. $189; potterybarnkids.com 6 LILY ASHWELL BUTTERFLY CHAIR A slouchy seat with midcentury appeal. $129 with base; pbteen.com…

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new & next

CREATIVE KID’S DECOR Spaceships, rainbows, and a whole lot of pattern: In a kid’s room, anything goes. And everything goes together when it all shares the same bright color palette. That’s the idea behind the debut collection of children’s bedding, throw pillows, rugs, and wall decals from Kid Made Modern, the brand that got its start with arts and crafts kits. The line’s designer, Todd Oldham, says, “I hope the pieces inspire kids to personalize their rooms in exciting ways.” Prices range from $15 pillowcases to $350 rugs (5'×8'); kidmademodern.com. GOOP X CB2 Fans of Gwyneth Paltrow’s brand of cool can now bring even more of her style home. A collection done in collaboration with CB2 reflects her love of midcentury modern design and vintage finds from Parisian flea markets. It includes paper-thin…

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face off

CLEANSING LEAVES MY FACE FEELING TIGHT AND DRY. WHAT AM I DOING WRONG? When it comes to your face, squeaky clean is no good. Anyone with dry skin should look for a rich cream-, balm-, or oil-base cleanser. To reap the maximum benefits, let it sit for a few minutes to give hydrating ingredients more time to sink into your skin, says Mona Gohara, M.D., associate clinical professor of dermatology at the Yale School of Medicine. OUR FAVE No7 Radiant Results Nourishing Cleansing Balm, $9 NO MATTER HOW MUCH I WASH MY FACE, MY MAKEUP WON’T COME OFF. Many cleansers can’t break down the heavy oils in makeup, especially in creamy foundations or waterproof formulas. So you need to start with a cleansing oil or a micellar water—both effectively dissolve makeup oils. Follow…

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