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Readers rejoice—the May issue of HGTV Magazine is bigger than ever before! That means more how-tos, more budget decorating, more house tours, more landscaping ideas, more expert tips, and more design inspiration—whew, that’s a lot more stuff.

May cover

180 pages behind this cheery cover

The issue hits newsstands on April 9, but subscribers’ mailboxes are being stuffed today. Feeling a little left out? Sign up here to become a subscriber and be amongst the crowd who doesn’t have to wait (or even leave their home) to get the latest design, decorating, and DIY advice. For now, here’s a sneak peek inside the largest issue yet.

decoupage poster dresser southern sunroom

Find seven cool decoupage crafts like this pop art dresser! Mod Podge can still be cool—we swear. Love this pretty in pink sunroom? See how the homeowners brought new life into the room and the rest of the house after recovering from damage caused by Hurricane Katrina.

paper mobile To create this non-nursery mobile, the homeowner strung paper spheres together on fishing line. See this and a zillion other unique touches inside this family’s farmhouse.

Smart Home bathroom

Step inside the 2013 HGTV Smart Home (and enter to win it yourself beginning April 11) to find a programmable shower that remembers your favorite water temperature each time, and an auto-shut-off soaking tub—and that’s just the bathroom!


5 Responses

  1. Anne says:

    Can I pick this up on the new stand, BN, would like to see before subscribing thanks :D

    • KansasSue says:

      This is by far my favorite magazine EVER. I read every word and keep every issue. You should subscribe!

  2. Connie M says:

    where can I find those great base cabinets to use as banquettes as on the May cover, please!?

  3. Debbie Martin says:

    Where can I find the "floating" swan featured in the homeowner's pool??

  4. Kathleen says:

    Well it seems like Boris has mastered another diversion when they did the make over at the College. He had Jerimiah redo the table to take up most of his time. Came out awesome, he did not help with putting the room together always the curtins. This is one lazy person !!!!!

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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