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Welcome to Spring Essentials, a Design Happens mini-series where we’ll highlight our favorite products to help you get your home ready for spring. The second installment: Spring gardening products that will have you looking fresh while cultivating fresh produce. See our product picks, then enter for a chance to win your own garden gear!

Sure you could wear your torn jeans and boyfriend’s shirt to attack garden weeds, but nothing makes gardening more fun than finding clothing and accessories that go the extra mile when it comes to playing in the dirt — while helping you look good doing it.

More and more companies are creating garden gear with special materials and features that can help you stay dry and cool, protect you from the sun and even keep bugs away, so you can be a true garden ninja. Check out our selections for next wave garden gear that will put some spring in your step.

Cool Garden Gear for Spring1. Duluth Trading Company / 2. Bogs /  3. L.L. Bean / 4. Duluth Trading Company /

1. Keep It Comfy: Nothing fancy here, just a flattering, 100-percent cotton tunic cute enough to wear in the garden or sport at a weekend barbecue. This absolute essential in the Duluth Trading Company garden gear line emphasizes ease of movement and comfort, two things every gardener needs. ($64.50)

2. Practicality Underfoot: You’re out in the garden getting gross but very happy, then the phone rings or nature calls and you don’t want to muck up the place with your dirt-filled shoe treads. Enter the Bogs Urban Farmer Clog, a vital ingredient in any gardener’s repertoire. Just slip them off, do what you need to do and head back into the muck. Done. These babies also have a steel shank for shovel protection and a DuraFresh odor guard, well, just because. ($70.00)

3. Cool Customer: These Dry on the Fly Capris are practical, yes. They will keep you cool and will forgive all manner of Twister-style gardening moves. But they’re also crazy-comfortable, easier to wear than even your most cherished, lived-in sweats. Plus, sweats don’t have pockets. ($54.50)

4. Get Your Head Together: Hats are essential protection, whether you’re a gardener aged 10 or 100. Trust us — sunscreen needs some help when you’re sweating to the oleander for hours. But garden hats often tend to skew huge and straw; we’re always grateful for clever design to switch things up a bit, and L.L. Bean’s San Diego Striped Bucket Hat offers 50+ SPF without making you feel like an extra in Steel Magnolias($24.95)

Spring Essentials Design Happens Blog HGTV1. Duluth Trading Company / 2. Target / 3. Duluth Trading Company / 4. Orvis / 5. Aigle

1. Close to the Vest: There are twelve, count ‘em, twelve pockets in this baby, making this Heirloom Gardening Vest from Duluth Trading Company a sort of briefcase you can wear to the garden. ($59.50)

2. Get in Gear: A great Mother’s Day gift idea, or just a way to treat yourself, this handy-dandy set from Target includes a bucket organizer for your tools (stick a plant inside, and you’ve just made Mom’s day), pruners and some durable jersey gloves. Another plus: this is a very inexpensive set to get a beginner gardener started. ($23.99)

3. Horticultural Hipster: Don’t think because you’re out in the garden that you’re required to sport a Nana-approved chapeau. This jaunty little Ripstop Military Cap comes in a punchy amethyst shade and a more subdued slate color to match your fashion and gardening mood. ($29.50)

4. Don’t Sweat It: Super-relevant for gardeners, Orvis’s ExOfficio Bugsaway Lumen Hoody wicks away moisture and keeps insects away with its built-in, long-lasting Insect Shield repellent that gives bugs the brush-off for up for 70 washes. The gelato colors (grenadine and tropez) and super-comfy, barely-there fit sweeten the deal. ($60.00)

5. These Boots Were Made for Weeding: The 162-year-old French company Aigle designs the sort of boots worn by earthy glamour girls like Natalie Portman and Eva Mendes. These ultra-adorable Miss Juliette boots are so cute your gardener friends will be jealous and wonder how you managed to turn gardening into a fashion-forward hobby. ($125.00)

Ready to upgrade your garden garb? One lucky Design Happens reader will win a $50 gift card to Duluth Trading Company — a perfect way to get started!  To enter the giveaway, leave a comment below. This giveaway’s question: What are your spring gardening essentials? Tell us about them!

You may only comment once to be considered, and you don’t have to purchase anything to win; a purchase will not increase your chances of winning. Odds depend on total number of entries. Void where prohibited by law. Only open to legal residents of 50 U.S., D.C. or Puerto Rico, and you must be at least 18 years of age to win. All entries (comments) must be entered between 10:00 a.m. ET on March 24, 2014 and 12:00 p.m. ET on March 25, 2014. Subject to full official rules. By leaving a comment on the blog, you acknowledge your acceptance to the Official Rules. ARV of prizes: $50. Sponsor: Scripps Networks, LLC, d/b/a HGTV, 9721 Sherrill Boulevard, Knoxville, TN 37932.
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Welcome to Spring Essentials, a Design Happens mini-series where we’ll highlight our favorite products to help you get your home ready for spring. The first installment: Spring cleaning products that make it (more) fun to get every surface in your home sparkling. See our product picks, then enter for a chance to win some supplies to clean up your home.

I won’t lie to you: I’m far from the world’s best housekeeper. But even for me, there’s something about the dawn of spring that makes it feel necessary to purge my home of the winter’s dust and grime. One thing that keeps me motivated? Refreshing my cleaning supplies with fun-yet-functional versions. Here are some of my favorites.

Spring Cleaning Products To Make Housework a Little More Fun

1: Natural Cleaning BottleReady to ditch chemical-filled cleaners? This cute, dishwasher-safe natural cleaning bottle from Full Circle comes complete with a built-in juicer for citrus-based cleaners, plus a recipe book full of all-natural, dirt-busting concoctions. ($9.95)

2: Normann Copenhagen Ballo Toilet Brush: Ah, the toilet brush. So necessary, yet such an eyesore. Not so with the streamlined, modern Ballo Toilet Brush, which comes in bright green, white and black. The name, which means “dance” in Italian, refers to the playful, wobbling motion of the curved base. ($68.00)

3: Vigar Washing Up Brush: This cute sink-side set is like a vase of flowers that’s always fresh. Use it to remove baked-on grime from dishes, then store in the cute vase to let it drain and dry. ($7.99)

4: Recycled Fabric Scrub PadsTrade in flimsy sponges for these durable, bright pads made from recycled fabric remnants. They’re coated in resin to create a tough scouring texture that won’t scratch stone and non-stick surfaces. ($6.95)

5: All-Natural Spring Scents: Swap cinnamon and spice scents leftover from winter for fresh, flower-inspired choices. Two all-natural options: Mrs. Meyers Lilac line of dish soap, hand soap and counter cleaner (available at MrsMeyers.com and at Target stores on April 5, $10.99 for the set) and Grab Green’s Gardenia-scented room spray, ($7.29) which is made using essential oils and is free of phosphates and dyes.

6: Hedgehog Crumb Brush: Who says cleaning off tables and counters can’t be fun? This adorable hedgehog-shaped crumb brush has sturdy, utilitarian horsehair bristles, and is cute enough to display when not in use. ($12.95)

7: Mint Cleaning Supply Bucket: Make cleaning your house from top to bottom a little bit easier — and more stylish — with your favorite supplies tucked into this on-trend, mint green cleaning caddy. Complete the mint cleaning set with a smiling dust pan and bench brush.  ($9.99)

Ready to do your own spring cleaning? We’re offering two lucky winners a spring-scented set of supplies. One random winner will win a Mrs. Meyers Lilac-scented kitchen basics kit, and another random winner will take home a Grab Green gift basket from Pharmaca featuring all natural laundry detergent pods, dishwashing pods and air freshener.

To enter for a chance to win, leave a comment below. This giveaway’s question: What’s your favorite spring cleaning tip? Share your favorite cleaning hack in the comments below.

You may only comment once to be considered, and you don’t have to purchase anything to win; a purchase will not increase your chances of winning. Odds depend on total number of entries. Void where prohibited by law. Only open to legal residents of 50 U.S., D.C. or Puerto Rico, and you must be at least 18 years of age to win. All entries (comments) must be entered between 10:00 a.m. ET on March 24, 2014 and 12:00 p.m. ET on March 25, 2014. Subject to full official rules. By leaving a comment on the blog, you acknowledge your acceptance to the Official Rules. ARV of prizes: $30. Sponsor: Scripps Networks, LLC, d/b/a HGTV, 9721 Sherrill Boulevard, Knoxville, TN 37932.

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It’s looking nothing like spring in much of the country, I know. But I’m hoping that March will go out like a lamb and we’ll be on our way to warmer climes soon. Of course, here in Los Angeles, it’s sunny as all get out (sorry, East Coast) so it’s not tough to start thinking it’s spring… which obviously means I’m spring cleaning.

First up: The mess of cables and wires that are taking over my office. They charge my mobile devices and bring power to my peripherals, but that tangled mess is doing nothing for my design aesthetic. Like any mess of unruly tangles, all these cables need is a good conditioner to smooth them out. Here are a few of my favorites.

Soba and CableBox from BlueLounge

For cables behind your desk: Bluelounge’s Soba system is like the Pied Piper of desk cables, routing up to three at a time through an ingenious tube down to your Cablebox, which houses the power strip and all the clunky AC adapters in a tidy bin.

Cord Tacos

For cables on the go: Cord Tacos from This Is Ground will keep your mobile chargers from becoming a ball at the bottom of your travel tote. Plus, they’re shaped like Mexican food. (Winning.) Catch more cord-wrangling awesomeness from This Is Ground in this uLive video.

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Vintage Furniture Sources

Thanks to the internet and TV, there are loads of ideas out there to help make our homes truly unique. But my favorite of them all is adding vintage furniture and decor. You can mix and match vintage items with new pieces you might have, or if you’re really a vintage lover, you can build your entire space around a particular style (like midcentury modern or Hollywood glam). I’m so obsessed with vintage, in fact, that I now have a line item in my monthly budget that says “flea market and thrifting.” Yep, it’s that serious for me.

Almost everyone knows about eBay and Craigslist (which are both fab places to start for vintage), but there are a few online destinations that have stayed slightly off the radar. Here are my top three:

1. Krrb.com. I like to think of Krrb as Craigslist’s big brother. You can search for items “everywhere” or fine-tune it by narrowing in on a particular city. Many items have a price and also include “or best offer” so you can try to negotiate. You can contact sellers right from the site, so there’s no worry about funky email spam. The site is laid out well, so it’s easy to scan through pics and zone in on your faves.

2. ShopGoodwill.com. So, everyone knows about Goodwill retail stores, but most people don’t know that you can also shop Goodwill goodies online. They have an online auction site similar to eBay but much smaller. The site is a bit difficult to navigate and shipping charges can be a little high, but the prices make it worth the hassle.

3. Chairish.com. Don’t be fooled by the name — Chairish isn’t just about chairs! This is an online resource for fab, high-quality vintage pieces. The items on the site are curated, which means there’s way less stuff to sort through. There are definitely some expensive pieces on there, but if you look around, there’s something for every budget. You can also search locally for items to pick up.

What are your favorite spots to find vintage treasures online? Let us in on your shopping secrets!

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We’re always interested to learn what our fans love, which is why we wrap up each year with a gallery of HGTV’s most popular photos on Pinterest. Last year, you guys repinned the heck out of this eclectic green living room, and it’s easy to see why. Designer Brian Patrick Flynn created this space for a New York couple trying to make the most of a petite New York apartment. Though it’s small, the room is comfortable, functional and packed with personality. If you’d like to pull off a similar look to this pin-worthy space in your own home, here are some tips and products to inspire you:

Copy the Look of This Earthy Green Living Room

1. Pier 1 / 2. Sherwin-Williams / 3. Crate and Barrel / 4. Pottery Barn / 5. Target
6. Etsy: JenniferBarrineauArt (Tree Print), ClaireBCurley (Wall Hanging), CheeseBeforeBedtime (Hoop Art) / 7. Wayfair

Read More: 7 Tips for an Eclectic + Comfortable Living Room

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If you diligently entered the HGTV Dream Home 2015 Giveaway twice a day for your chance to win our Martha’s Vineyard getaway, you know that the entry period wrapped up last week. We’re keeping our fingers crossed that a Design Happens reader snags the grand prize, but even if you don’t win, you can still incorporate the home’s updated coastal style in your home. Inspired by the guest bedroom, we went shopping for products that offer nautical flair with a modern twist. Here’s our formula for recreating this look:

Copy the Nautical Style From HGTV Dream Home 2015's Guest Bedroom

1. RugsUSA / 2. CB2 / 3. Dot & Bo / 4. Crate and Barrel
/ 5. Wayfair / 6. Target / 7. Pottery Barn

OUR FORMULA: RECREATE THIS LOOK

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Guys sometimes get a bad wrap for buying Valentine’s Day gifts at the last-minute, but hey, ladies are procrastinators, too. (Read: me.) If you’re scrambling for the perfect gift, we’ve got you covered! Here are 5 thoughtful gifts you can make or buy just in time.

Last-Minute Valentine's Day Gifts for Guys

01. Whiskey Stones. Perfect for the scotch or bourbon enthusiast in your life, these rocks let him chill his drink without watering it down. Bonus points if you throw in rocks glasses or a bottle of his favorite brand.

02. “Attracted to You” Printable Card. Maybe your dude is lovably nerdy. Appeal to his punny nature with this scientific explanation for your magnetic attraction. Buy the design online, then print the template on cardstock.

03. Framed Album Covers. For the audiophile, look no further than these framed vinyl album covers. Search vintage store shelves for quirky or classic album covers, then frame in a basic black craft-store frame. Or, scan one of his favorites and print on cardstock.

04. Top Hat & Mustache Cufflinks. Does your guy love wearing vintage three piece suits? Is there a monocle on his dresser? These vintage-inspired cuff links are for him.

05. Breakfast Pizza. Okay, really, what guy wouldn’t love pizza for breakfast? Use store-bought or homemade pizza dough, then top with sauce and his favorite toppings and a sunny-side up egg. Done and done. See how Marianne makes her own.

Have a go-to last minute gift? Tell us in the comments below.

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I may be gaga over my guy but I’ll be quick to mention that I need QT with my ladies. Whether you’re single, married or otherwise taken, we can all agree that there’s nothing like a best friend or lots of best friends. So, set aside some time before February 14 to celebrate those special gals in your life who have been there through it all — break ups, make ups, moves, graduations and job promotions. Then, take a cue from our favorite TV bestie, Leslie Knope, with these Galentine’s Day party ideas and our own ways to cook up a yummy breakfast for your favorites.

Valentine's Day Gift Guide for Friends

1. ban.do 2. Kate Spade 3. ModCloth 4. Moorea Seal 5. Shopbop

1. Sweet Talk Pens. Your BFF has a high-stress job with stacked meetings every day. These pens offer an instant ego boost, all over good vibes and a rock-star mentality. (My fave: You’re better than unicorns.)

2. “Happy Hour” Flask. Is your friend the gal who likes to be ready to mix her favorite drink at a moment’s notice? This flask is perfect for her. Plus, it’s small enough to fit in a wristlet.

3. Cat Mugs. Keep one for yourself and gift the other to a friend. When side by side, they make the perfect set. (This is ideal for cat lovers, tea drinkers and coffee addicts.)

4. Floral iPhone Case. This isn’t your typical iPhone case, people. This is a gorgeous metallic cover with an arrangement of real, dried roses and daises, symbolizing innocent beauty and love. (Only your BFF would appreciate this!)

5. Best Friend Bracelet. Who didn’t have best friend jewelry? I thought so. If it wasn’t a broken heart necklace, it was handmade beaded bracelets. As adults, we can proudly showcase our friendship with these bangle bracelets. Love.

Feeling crafty? Test your DIY skills with these handmade Valentine’s Day gifts.

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Buying the perfect Valentine’s Day gift for the lady in your life comes with insurmountable pressure. You don’t want to settle for the usual flowers and chocolate (Although, I would never turn those down!), but you still want to give something from the heart. I’ve rounded up our top five creative yet practical gifts she’ll love and will be surprised to get.

 

HGTV Valentine's Day Gift Guide

 1. Society6 / 2. west elm / 3. / Silhouette Boutique / 4. minted. / 5. CitySlips

1. “I LIKE YOU.” Tote Bag. This is the perfect gift if your sweetheart is a dog lover. Bonus: She’ll always think of you anytime she carries it around.

2. Faceted Gold Terrarium. Put a little twist on the traditional bouquet of flowers with a terrarium filled with succulents that she will keep alive for much longer.

3. Cupcake Socks. Who wouldn’t love a pair of these? I may or may not have bought a pair for myself.

4. Custom Stationery. Help her keep in touch with her friends who live all over the world. Add a personal touch by customizing stationery with her name, favorite color and print.

5. Audio Earmuffs. She can plug these fuzzy headphones into her smart phone or MP3 player, so she can listen to her favorite tunes while staying warm.

What’s on your Valentine’s Day gift wish list? Tell us in the comments below.

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What are you flowers saying? Last year, my sweet, unassuming boyfriend came home with a vase of wilted alstroemeria and, although I still loved them as if they had been fresh garden roses, I later gave him a short lesson on what his flowers inadvertently told me: he had procrastinated.

In the Victorian Era, flowers had secret meanings that expressed sentiments of love, lust, adoration, and even rejection. This secret language still exists today, if somewhat subconsciously. So this Valentine’s Day, don’t let your flowers send the wrong message! Learn the past and present meanings of 8 of today’s most popular flowers below.

Behind the Bouquet

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I admit — I haven’t even started holiday shopping yet. I’m so bad, I know. But that’s what overnight shipping is for, right? With less than a week until the big day, you probably need some quick yet thoughtful gifts to pack up for your Christmas road trips. Crafty or not, we’ve got you covered.

For Anyone: Personalized Gift Baskets

Holiday Gift Baskets

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For Her: Vintage Hair Comb

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For the Chef: Rustic Bread Board

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Calling all House Hunters Renovation fans! We’ve teamed up with Overstock, so you can now shop the looks you love from your favorite show using our shoppable photo gallery. Each photo in the gallery consists of clickable hotspots, so you can easily buy the products you love. When you see a product you want, click on the blue hotspot to buy the product or get more information. So, what are you waiting for? Your favorite product is just a click away from showing up on your doorstep!

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Somewhere between us talking about caramel apples and pumpkin spice lattes it got cold — very cold. I wasn’t prepared for it (as usual). Every year between Halloween and Christmas, I find myself frantically searching for warm sweaters and snow boots. I never even dare look at scarves; I can never decide on one. That’s why I was so excited to hear that The Faribault Woolen Mill Company was teaming up with Target to create an affordable collection of cold-weather accessories that will keep my neck — and my techs — warm and cozy through the winter. (I love when a rhyme comes together.)

Check out some of my favorite pieces from the new collection:

Target FaribaultLeft: Infinity Scarf, Convertible Backpack, Weekender Duffle | Middle: Wool Shawl, Wool Scarf | Left: Zipper Pouch, Tablet Sleeve, Phone Sleeve, Wool Scarf

Priding itself on American heritage, Faribault has manufactured woolen goods in the USA since 1865. I always appreciate when a global company, like Target, can help spread the word about a small American brand. The line stays true to the company’s history through classic Americana patterns and colors but opens the company up to new product categories like tablet sleeves and phone cases. While all I want to do is hoard those super warm shawls and throws for myself, I can’t help but think that they would make incredible holiday gifts.

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Like many people, it wasn’t until I moved away for college that I realized how much my mom did for me. Suddenly her frustrations about not having enough hours in the day to go to work, keep the house clean and figure out what to cook for dinner every night make a lot more sense. And I don’t even have kids yet!

I’m not sure how she did it, but I’ll be eternally grateful. So even though there aren’t enough gifts and cards in the world to show my appreciation, I figure these are a good start. Check out what made our 2014 Mother’s Day gift guide and tell us what you’re planning to do for Mom this year in the comments below.

P.S. Don’t forget stepmothers, grandmothers and in-laws! They deserve your appreciation, too!

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Nerd Valentines Printable

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I wouldn’t really call myself a nerd, but I have spent many a Friday night with my nose in a book and I may or may not have dressed up as a Hogwarts student for the Harry Potter midnight movie premieres… But who hasn’t done that, right? So whether you’re an old-school Trekkie or a new Big Bang Theory fan, you’re sure to love these free Valentine’s Day printables that are simply “adorkable!”

Star Wars and Star Trek Valentine Printables
Star Wars and Star Trek Printables From The Dating Divas

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The holiday season is officially here, and now’s the perfect time to prep your home with winter decor, accessories and home essentials (think fresh bed linens!). HGTV has partnered with home and lifestyle shopping site One Kings Lane to celebrate the holidays with all the products and inspiration you need to holiday-ify your home. Starting today, November 5 at 11 a.m. EST, you can shop the exclusive sale.

Check out our favorite ways to ready your home for fall using pieces straight from the One Kings Lane sale.

Dress Up the House With Holiday Decor

One Kings Lane November Sale - Holiday DecorShop for holiday accessories and decor >>

Add Some Luxe With Metallics

One Kings Lane November Sale - Mercury GlassShop for holiday accessories and metallic decor >>

Add Splashes of Color With Chic Furnishings

One Kings Lane November Sale - Colorful FurnitureShop for beautiful, stylish furniture >>

Set a Memorable Holiday Table

One Kings Lane November Sale - Holiday DishesShop for holiday tabletop accessories >>

Prep the Kitchen for the Season

One Kings Lane November Sale - Kitchen EssentialsShop for kitchen essentials and housewares >>

Stock Up the Bathroom + Bedroom for Overnight Guests

One Kings Lane November Sale - Bed LinensShop for bed and bath essentials >>

Don’t Forget About Hostess Gifts!

One Kings Lane November Sale - Hostess GiftsShop for unique gifts and decorative accessories >>

Head over to One Kings Lane and start shopping today’s holiday-inspired sale now through November 11.

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I actually experienced my first heartbreak a few years ago when I fell head over heels for a flawless, hand-dyed Chesterfield sofa. Once I discovered the price, I knew it would be years before we would be together. As a lifestyle editor, this kind of heartache is hardly rare; I see beautiful furnishings every single day that I’d love to get my hands on but can’t. Luckily, stylish and budget-savvy gal Sabrina Soto, host of The High/Low Project, has scouted the trendiest pieces of the season and found their lovely — and wallet-friendly — counterparts. From cutting boards and pendant lighting to area rugs and throw pillows, Sabrina has found an affordable match for your favorite designer pieces.

Entryway

High Low Area Rugs

Company C | Rugs USA

Welcome guests this holiday season with a colorful, ornate area rug. The intricate pattern on the companyc.com rug drives the price up to $515 (left). But this similar botanical wool rug from rugsusa.com features less detail, making it a beautiful price of $168 (right).

Living Room

High Low Coffee Tables

DWR | CB2

For those who can’t get enough of marble, here’s a sleek coffee table you’re going to love. Splurge on the Italian marble-top table with a stainless steel frame for $900 at dwr.com (left), or save yourself some dough and opt for gray-veined marble at a third of the cost ($329) from cb2.com (right).

Kitchen

High Low Pot Racks

Cuisinart, Mauviel | Walmart, Calphalon

Culinary pros will love easy access from a hanging pot rack and the stunning copper and stainless-steel pans. The only true difference between the high and low pot racks is the chain links. Splurge on the stainless steel cusinart.com pot rack for $160 (left), or go for the similar buy at walmart.com for just $66 (right). For a 10-piece M’150s copper and stainless steel cookware set from mauviel.com, you’re going to pay $1,985 (left). But, if you go for the Tri-Ply copper and stainless steel 10-piece set from calphalon.com, you’ll save more than $1,500 (right).

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Before you know it, you’ll be starting up the fire and whipping up batches of hot cocoa to stay warm. As we move into the cool, transitional months, now’s the best time to prep the home for cold, winter weather. HGTV has partnered with home and lifestyle shopping site One Kings Lane to celebrate the fall season with all the products and inspiration you need to get your interior ready. Starting today, September 10 at 11 a.m. EST, you can shop the exclusive sale.

Check out our favorite ways to ready your home for fall using pieces straight from the One Kings Lane sale.

Incorporate Easy Autumn Accents

One Kings Lane September Fall SaleShop for warm pillows and throws >>

Make Small Changes for a Big Impact

One Kings Lane September Fall SaleShop for lighting and mirrors >>

SHOP THE FALL SALE

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Your loyalty means a lot to us, so as a thank you HSN and HGTV HOME have partnered to offer our readers an exclusive pre-sale price on the HGTV HOME Solar Light Set starting today and going through tomorrow. The set comes in a pack of 10 and your choice of four different finishes: black, bronze, nickel or zinc. The energy-efficient lights will illuminate your home’s entryway just in time for trick-or-treaters!

Shop the HGTV HOME Pre-Sale Event

Shop the rest of the HGTV HOME Outdoor Living collection at HSN.com to get your outdoor space ready for fall.

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To me, there’s nothing like a nice, cloudy day in the summer. I love having an excuse to stay inside and be a little lazy, or just hide away from the sun for a few hours on a scorching day. Sometimes you just need some cloud cover to bring down the temperature. And there’s nothing like a good afternoon rain shower to force a nap.

If you happen to have today off, then step outside and soak up the fresh air. Happy Monday!

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