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With Labor Day behind us, school back in session, and sweaters hitting the mall shelves, there’s just no denying it anymore: fall is here. (We know, we know, it’s not technically until September 22, but you get the point.) HGTV Magazine is prepping you for the new season with our October issue. Find out which flowers you should be planting now, how to punch up your home with spooky style, and ways to enjoy your outdoor space year-round.
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Here’s just a little taste of what you’ll find inside the latest issue, on stands now!

dresser makeovers

All three of these dressers were done in just a weekend or less. Actually, the decal drawer fronts on the left only need a few hours of your free time! No more excuses for staring at old or drab furniture.

moutain view living room

This spacious living room with warm colors and a-maz-ing views in the mountains of North Carolina is home to the Corcell family. Step inside and see how they put together a stylish yet comfortable place.

curb appeal NJ

Take a stroll through Bergen County, NJ, and pick up ideas you can use to improve your own home’s curb appeal. (How cool is that Juliet balcony?)

Pick up your copy today, and become a subscriber so you never miss a decorating beat.

13 Responses

  1. sue says:

    I can't seem to find the October2015 survey either~I was sorry to say this was not one of my favorite issues

  2. Amanda says:

    Hi there! I've written to hgtv and with no reply. I've been trying to find bedding like this for months!! Where can I find this? I'd be ever so grateful to know!!! Thanks so much :)

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