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We turned things up a notch for the latest issue. We took your favorite content from HGTV Magazine, and expanded it, stretched it, and blew it up! See what subscribers are loving, right now, inside November. Don’t worry, you can also pick up a copy on newsstands this Tuesday (October 22).

November 2013 cover

Sabrina Soto’s High Low List is consistently a win for great home design on any budget. But this time, we asked the pro to up the ante, and boy, did she. With a total of 32 duos and twice as many products up for grabs, we present The Huge High Low Blowout! Bonus: The story has Digimarc technology. Download the app and start shopping! (Details on pg. 49)

Who doesn’t love a good house tour? We enjoy taking you through some of our favorite homes across the country for inspiration and ideas, but this month, we step inside a Pinterest-worthy home that awes! Flip through the gallery to fall in love with every room.

Hogan House

Makeovers and DIYs are sorta our thing at HGTV Magazine, but not every project has to be exactly the same. Make items your own by customizing basics. We show you 15 different ways.

Customize Mixing Bowls

Want even more magazine goodness? Follow us on Twitter @HGTVMag for behind the scenes pics, web-exclusives, and more!

3 Responses

  1. Janna says:

    On page 72 of the Nov issue, where are the Geranium colored curtains from?

  2. paul garabedian says:

    I love the magazine presentation. However, I don't think that the inclusion of
    drugs advertisement is proper. I wouldn't want to be reminded while turning
    the pages of aches and pains.

  3. Laura says:

    Can you tell me where the green vases on the front cover come from?

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Alyssa SparacinoAlyssa is the Online Editor for HGTV Magazine. She lives in a cozy brownstone apartment in Hoboken with (she likes to think) tons of charm. The older building provides character...

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