Bring your magical garden friends inside this winter with a little pine cone gnome, fairy and friendly elf. Hot glue a hazelnut to the top of a pine cone to create the head and body. Then cut out hats, mittened hands, scarves, beards and wings out of colored felt. Glue them to your pine cone friends and let them frolic in your indoor plants while winter is in town.
Make clay versions of you and your spouse. You could copy your exact wedding outfits or show different parts of your personalities and hobbies. The material, Fimo (a type of polymer), is hardy and will last for years after.
Thanks to the home's open floor plan, the owners can still chat with their guests as they prep dinner or mix drinks in the kitchen. Meanwhile, a crushed velvet sofa, two suede armchairs, two ottomans and three matching barstools provide stylish seating for up to ten people.
HGTV Smart Home 2019 is located in Dallas, Texas: a city bursting with activities for the whole family, like the State Fair of Texas and Fair Park. With its annual attendance exceeding the population of the city, it really seems as though every Dallas resident attends the State Fair. And why wouldn’t they? Indulgent food, fun rides, fantastic shows and crazy exhibits. Did we mention indulgent food?
Did you know that Dallas, Texas—home to HGTV Smart Home 2019—is also home to the world's largest domed structure? The NFL’s Dallas Cowboys' AT&T Stadium is big enough that the entire Statue of Liberty could fit into it—with the roof closed.
A paver patio extends out into a rounded shape, with a round fire pit serving as a gathering spot. This fire pit is designed and built by Edward Andrews Homes behind a new home in its Lake Haven of Crabapple neighborhood in Milton, Ga.
The number one design mistake people make in their homes? "When people make their house too practical or too pretty," it doesn't work, says Joanna Gaines, co-host of HGTV's Fixer Upper. Great design is a blend of both, like this functional yet chic white kitchen.