It’s that time again, friends. Grab your wallet and run to the newsstands because the September issue of HGTV Magazine is out! (You could always save yourself time and get every issue delivered right to your door by becoming a subscriber.) I say this every time, but the cover is gor-ge-ous and color-packed. This issue is chock-full of painting and color ideas that will help take your home right into fall. Plus, for those of us who need a little advice, there are plenty of storage, maintenance and creative decorating tips to stylishly update the home. So, take a peek into the glossy pages of the newest issue, and then buy one for yourself so you can really dive in!
For years I’ve been imagining the interior of David Bromstad’s Miami home. I’ve always pictured bold colors (duh!), one-of-a-kind artwork and eccentric decor. I was totally right, but it exceeded my expectations. And by the way, it didn’t always look this way.
David says, “When I first moved in, I tried to create a whole ‘Mr. Color Splash’ look. I painted the living room walls turquoise and put an orange cover on the couch with red pillows. Then I stopped, looked around and said, ‘I can’t live like this.’ It was the ugliest thing I’d ever done. So I returned 80 percent of the stuff I bought, painted the room white and added some ‘Mr. Color Splash’ touches.”
See David’s dining room, living room, bedroom and more with this exclusive condo tour.
Oh, how I love storage solutions, especially pretty and clever ones. Watch spice holders become accessory tamers and vases become utensil holders with these clutter-busting ideas. See All 12 Stylish Storage Solutions >>
We’re encouraging you to steal…curb appeal. This month, HGTV Magazine scanned a neighborhood in Kansas City, Mo. for homes with exceptional exteriors, and now they’re telling you how to get the look. From matching paint colors to light fixtures, you can turn your home into a curbside beauty, too. Steal the Look From These Beautiful Homes >>
Have you picked up your copy yet? Buy one, and then let us know what you think of the fall issue in the comments below.