These eye-catching houses from HGTV Magazine are loaded with inspiring curb appeal ideas.
The after shot of this family's kitchen nook from HGTV Magazine.
Use a tray to corral magazines, books and decorative accessories on your coffee table.
Use magazine racks to organize gift bags by holiday and event.
After a colorful renovation, this family's living room looks a whole lot younger. Get all the details with HGTV Magazine.
A wall for books, magazines, storage boxes and even photographs makes the most of space in this lovely midcentury modern apartment.
After a colorful renovation, this family's living room and open shelving unit look a whole lot younger. Get all the details with HGTV Magazine.
Flowers don't have to be super sweet--combining them with leather elements, like in this bedroom from HGTV Magazine, gives them a little edge.
Behind the sofa in the family room, the console table provides a place for storing books, magazines and knickknacks, making the room feel clutter-free.
This the after picture of a kitchen, featured in HGTV Magazine, that got a bright makeover that made the space look a whole lot younger.
This lovely bamboo chest is as stylish as it is functional, housing books and magazines and other concealed items.
A comfy, plush sofa with coordinating pillows provides the perfect to relax and read a few magazines snuggled with your favorite throw.
A spine bookshelf keeps books organized with a minimalist design. Books and magazines blend in to the shelf, almost giving the illusion that they're floating.
Here's stunning proof from HGTV Magazine that you can pair a farmhouse-style table with mod tulip chairs and a futuristic urchin light.
This color combo from HGTV Magazine may have a rep for clashing, but a blend of several shades calls for heart eyes.
A rustic wood coffee table provides a spot for drinks and magazines in front of the leather sofa. Bold yellow and deep blue pillows accent the brown sofa with striking color.