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Head to the newsstand, grocery store, or bookstore because it’s a new year, and that means a new issue of HGTV Magazine. The latest Jan/Feb issue is packed with ways to meet many common decorating resolutions!

Jan Feb issue

Want to get organized? Find inventive ways to declutter every room in your home. Looking to save money? Learn how to slim down your big fat heating bill. Dreaming of redecorating without the hassle? Take a tour of a home filled with easy to imitate ideas! Here’s a look at what else is behind our cover plus exclusive printouts you can only find on hgtv.com.

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super bowl party

Add some personality to your kitchen without being too bold or tacky. This professional restauranteur from Denver shows us how she brought life to her home.

cuban kitchen

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27 Responses

  1. Great article mate, maintain the fantastic work, just shared this with ma friendz

  2. Arletta L Baxter says:

    I have looked and tried everything that it says to do in the Jan.Feb Issue of HGTV to get to the survey and if anyone has found out how they must be magicians.This is absolutely ridiculous to have to go thro' this to try to enter ANYTHING!!! I am done with this mag. I love sme of the HGTV shows but this piece of junk they call a magazine isn't worth $5 let alone wheat they charge.

  3. Julie says:

    I'd say this is false advertising when it's not possible to actually tell you what we think of the HGTV Magazine. What…can't take it?

  4. patti says:

    Why would a reputable magazine keep printing a contest that has expired in future issues? Sounds like they are not doing a very good job of proofing the magazine before printing it. This may be a reason people stop subscribing and tell others about thier bad experiences.

  5. Maryann says:

    Could not find the entry form for the survey sweepstakes. Appears to be a common problem.

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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