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Behind the Scenes of a Bhg.com Food Video

We recently caught up with Culinary Specialist and Food Stylist, Sammy Mila, and Associate Digital Food Editor, Karla Walsh, on set at the Meredith Photo Studio in Des Moines while they were filming recipe videos for Bhg.com.

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America's Best Road Trip Destinations

We showed you our favorite games and gadgets for making road-tripping a comfy adventure in Better Homes & Gardens' July 2019 issue. Now we've asked our editors about their favorite road trips around the USA: and what made them most memorable.

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13 Flower Arrangement Tips and Images to Inspire You

Flower gardens are brilliant with color and bringing an armful of blooms into your home will add bright hues and joy to any room. Enjoy some inspiration from the Better Homes and Gardens archive to guide you in putting together your very own floral arrangements.

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A Mom Turns Her Vision for a Bright, Airy Family Home Into Reality

Modern. Beachy. Colorful. Check, check, check. Carrie Morey—whose kitchen was featured in the May 2019 Better Homes & Gardens' issue—brought that to her family's South Carolina ranch with personal artwork and vintage finds.</p>

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6 Vintage Pre-Made Menus to Help You Host a Classic Summer Party

Create your own swanky summer soiree with these pre-made menus straight from the vintage pages of our archive. Guests can pick and choose what they want from a menu that's refreshing, seasonal, and bright. We've thrown in 2 bonus beverage menus to pair with your menu choice! Grab your menus and become the hostess with the mostess.

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Teen Bedroom Designed with Room to Grow

This tempting teen room is an exclusive look into another space from the home of designer Danielle Sigwalt (who was featured in the April 2019 Better Homes & Gardens issue).

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Decorate with Bold Florals

The large designs and rich color of using bold florals in your decor make for a sophisticated look with wowing impact. See some tips on using florals from the archive.

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Metallic Interior Design Trends from the Archive

Explore more of the metallic looks from the Better Homes and Gardens Archives. We explore different uses of color, textures, and types of the shiny materials used to achieve this revival worthy look featured in the March 2019 magazine.

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We Tried It: Beef Lattice Pie Recipe from the Archives

Channel all the cozy vibes of your favorite comfort food with this modern take on a 1959 classic. Sure, January brings with it the onslaught of detoxes, cleanses, and green smoothie recipes, but with the reality of the short, dark days, and the chilly weather, many of us crave comfort food. This recipe for Beef Lattice Pie—which has a pile of vegetables, a crisp crust, and a creamy broth—is a wonderful way to beat any winter blues that come your way.

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70s Glam Report

The 1970s was the decade that turned funky into fun, made us swoon over shag, and paved the way for many of the design aesthetics you still see in homes today. Here, an expansion of the Trend Report from the March 2019 issue, has even more inspiration to help you incorporate the glam of the 70s into the modern style of your own home.

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Molly Yeh's Valentine's Day Menu

The author, blogger and star of Food Network's Girl Meets Farm shares her Alps-inspired Valentine's menu. Dig in and experience the sweet and savory side of the holiday.

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We Tried It: Nutty Waffle Cookies from the Archives

We took a flashback to the 80s with these Nutty Waffle Cookies, which bake up quickly in a waffle iron.

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10 Vintage Christmas Crafts from the BH&G Archives

We dug into the Better Homes and Gardens archives to bring you the best old-school Christmas crafts that deserve to be remade this year. From ornaments to wreaths and centerpieces, these ideas are our favorite ways to make your own merry.

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Welcome to Insider

Join Editor-in-Chief Stephen Orr for a tour of the Des Moines headquarters of the Better Homes and Gardens brand to see the process of how our content goes from idea to appearing on the pages of your monthly magazine.

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We Tried It: Golden Glow Punch from the Archives

We're bringing back the art of the party punch with this 1960s recipe straight from the Better Homes and Gardens archive.

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Hello, Havenly: Meet Your New Favorite Interior Design Service

Whether you're starting to decorate a new home, are working through a renovation, or are simply looking to freshen up a favorite space in your house, the online interior decorating service, Havenly, is here to help. We here at BH&G Insider are ready to share the inside scoop on just how this design service works—and how you can get your very own FREE room makeover!

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How to Host a Throwback Thanksgiving

Channel the elegance and style of the 1960s, with a touch of nostalgia that makes Thanksgiving extra special, with this old-school Thanksgiving menu.

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Behind the Scenes of a Bhg.com Food Video

We recently caught up with Culinary Specialist and Food Stylist, Sammy Mila, and Associate Digital Food Editor, Karla Walsh, on set at the Meredith Photo Studio in Des Moines while they were filming recipe videos for Bhg.com. Here, we chat about life behind the camera, the best parts of their job, and the surprising place they send any uneaten food at the end of the day.

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The Inside Scoop on the 2018 Better Homes & Gardens Stylemaker Event

This fall, Better Homes and Gardens welcomed over 80 top influencers and tastemakers to the Public Hotel in New York City for their eighth annual Stylemaker event. It was a day of workshops, panels, networking, learning, and delicious food to celebrate the creative minds in attendance—and the Stylemaker issue of the magazine. We caught up with a few of the attendees for a behind-the-scenes look at the event.

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Insider Perks Our Members Can't Get Enough Of

Receiving a fresh new issue of Better Homes & Gardens magazine is easily our favorite time of the month, but there's even more BH&G fun you can experience online! You can become a BH&G Insider today and take advantage of all the amazing deals, bonuses, and benefits. Want to know more? Read on to find out which perks we love the most and how you can join. Trust us, you won't want to miss out on this one-of-a-kind membership!

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An Exclusive Q&A with Lumitory's Leading Lady Jessica Reinhart

Featured in the August 2018 issue of Better Homes & Gardens, entrepreneur and mom of three Jessica Reinhart chats with us about her outstanding business. From encouraging conversations to cherishing community, get the details of what inspired her to launch Lumitory and how it has grown to be so successful.

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Deborah Bowman Shares Her Favorite Sources for Shopping Vintage

Featured in the July 2018 issue of Better Homes & Gardens, graphic designer and antique hunter Deborah Bowman gives the Insider readers her tips for finding those ever-sought-after diamonds in the rough. The core of Deborah's aesthetic revolves around midcentury furnishings and all things clean-lined and pared down but, as is the case with many design aficionados, her appreciation is broad and her taste is eclectic. Photography by: Dane Tashmin

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Don't Miss Out on These Instant Pot Tips & Tricks

You've just invested in your first Instant Pot, but now what? Whether you consider yourself a culinary queen or a budding beginner, our editors have put together tips and tricks to make utilizing your handy Instant Pot a total cinch. Bonus: You'll also find out how you can save $15 on an Instant Pot today! Save time on day-to-day meal prep and ensure your savory and sweet dishes alike are cooked to perfection time and time again with a gadget that does all the hard work for you. Get ready to prepare breakfast, lunch, and dinner in an instant (pun seriously intended) leaving you more time to enjoy with your family and friends.

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The BH&G Test Kitchen Staff Answers Your Kitchen Questions

Whether you're a seasoned professional in the kitchen, just beginning your cooking quest, or fall somewhere in between, our Better Homes & Gardens Test Kitchen staff is coming to the rescue. Take a peek at some of the most common kitchen questions, answered by our pros.

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Our Editors Are Surprising Their Moms with These Gifts for Mother's Day

Every day is a good day to let Mom know just how much you appreciate her, and Mother's Day is the perfect time to shower her with a little extra love. If the second Sunday of May crept up on you this year, don't panic. Our editors share what they're getting to surprise the important women in their lives. Feel free to borrow any of these Mother's Day gift ideas for all the moms you know!

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Must-See Vacation Destinations from the Archives

If you want to learn about a far out family vacation from the 1970s, you don't need to tune into a rerun of The Brady Bunch. We're reliving some of the best stories about popular vacation destinations from the Better Homes & Gardens archives. Like any memorable family vacation, we've planned something for everyone. Maybe you're into nostalgia and want to spark memories of vacations past. Or possibly you want to see how much traveling has changed (especially the prices). Either way, you can pick up a few tips that are still useful decades later. So pile in the station wagon and let's take a trip back in time.

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The Secret Ingredient? Homegrown Herbs

Throughout history herbs have been much-loved, multitasking heroes in the home. These savory, aromatic plants have been used for medicinal purposes, to make household cleaning products or perfumes and fragrances, to brighten up window sills, and to add variety and spice to both food and beverages. While pregrown herbs can be bought at the store, growing them at home is fun and offers valuable benefits like cutting your grocery bill and having gorgeous and versatile plants always within reach. Interested in testing your green thumb and growing herbs of your own? Try these handy tips and tricks Better Homes & Gardens has provided throughout the years.

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1960s Throwback: Words of Wisdom from the Test Kitchen

The smart tips and tricks and tasty recipes you find in the Better Homes & Gardens magazine are sure to please. That's because they've been tried and rigorously tested in the Test Kitchen. Today's Test Kitchen staff remains busier than ever, churning out delicious dining ideas and quick and simple kitchen hacks. While tastes have changed over the decades, many of the timeless tips and tasty treats from the Test Kitchen are chocked full of wisdom that's still valuable to today's cooks. We've sorted through the archives to bring you nothing but classic tips from the grooviest decade—the 1960s.

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Our Extended Interview with Food Stylist Greg Luna

The Senior Food Stylist for Better Homes & Gardens is dishing out advice and more for your next kitchen reno. Before taking on the chef's kitchen of your dreams, be sure to check out his video below.

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How Our Senior Food Stylist Renovated His Way to a Picture-Perfect Kitchen

The Better Homes & Gardens Senior Food Stylist invited our editors into his gorgeous home to chat about his newly renovated kitchen. Check out the short video below to get a glimpse into what it was like creating this food stylist's quintessential kitchen.

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Modern yet Timeless Color Palettes for Spring

It's official—spring is here! Now's the perfect time to update your home with color palettes featuring fresh, on-trend hues. Whether you're going all-out with new paint or wallpaper, or simply adding colorful accents to brighten up existing decor, consider these spring-worthy palettes inspired by the Better Homes & Gardens archives.

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Weed It & Weep: Wendy Kiang-Spray Talks All Things Vegetable Gardening

The author of The Chinese Kitchen Garden and the star of the May issue's Plant Your Plate feature spoke with our editors about gardening tips and tricks for beginners, seasoned pros, and all those with (or without) a green thumb.

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Soapy-Stone Makeovers: Sink Trends for 2018

New year, new sink! Shelby Girard, head of design at Havenly, weighs in on trendy sink makeovers taking over 2018.

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From Past to Present: Wallpaper in the Modern Home

Wallpaper is back, but in a whole new way. Discover how this vintage design element has lasted the test of time in this story inspired by "Blue & White Forever," a feature in the February 2018 Better Homes & Gardens print edition.

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5 Budget-Friendly Ways to Host a Great Party at Home

Designer, author, and lifelong entertainer Nathan Turner shares his tips for a one-of-a-kind gathering that works within your budget.

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Indoor Gardening Guide: Tips and Tricks from the Archives

Indoor gardens have been used to add character and glamour to homes for centuries. Taking care of plants can be a calming escape from the stressors of everyday life and can provide both physiological and psychological health benefits as well. Whether you're an experienced gardener looking to try new methods, or a beginner having trouble keeping even the hardiest of plants alive, these tips and tricks have lasted the test of time and will help your indoor garden thrive. You'll be enjoying the benefits of gorgeous, healthy plants and impressing your friends, family, and guests in no time.

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We're Floored By These 5 Tile Trends

This season's tile trends are taking us by storm with the intricate designs, bright colors, and endless combinations. From subway tiles in the bathroom to mosaic-lined stairwells, we're breaking down our top five picks for a transcendent tiled home.

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A Colorful Q&A With March Stylemaker Fiona Douglas

The vibrant March Stylemaker spoke with our editors and had a lovely conversation about how she started her successful textiles business, the challenges she faced during the process, and what inspires her most.

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Fall in Love with These Time-Tested Valentine's Day Crafts & Treats

'Tis the season for sweet treats and all things love! This Valentine's Day draw inspiration from the Better Homes & Gardens archives as you explore recipes and crafts from the late '50s to the 2000s. These Cupid-approved crafts and treats are time-tested and sure to impress.

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Pull Up A Seat At The Test Kitchen

Gather 'round the table, because we're dishing out all the secrets from the Better Homes & Gardens Test Kitchen. From menu testing panels to photoshoots galore, there's a whole lot of tasty action going on in here—and we're not just talking about the food.

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We've Totally Fallen for These Valentine's Day Gift Ideas from the Editors

Really want to make your special someone swoon this Valentine's Day? Take a tip or two from our team of editors and see what they'll be gifting their friends, family, and significant others—we're sure these ideas will be well-loved.

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2018 Trends Topping Our List: Succulent Pot & Plant Pairings

Jump on the succulent trend train with this amazing selection of succulent and pot pairings—ideal for those of us who haven't found their green thumb just yet. Each pair matches an easy-to-care-for succulent and stylish pot, meaning we've done all the heavy lifting for you.

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An Interview With The Food & Entertaining Editor: Nancy Wall Hopkins

The upbeat and vivacious Food & Entertaining Editor for Better Homes & Gardens had a few minutes to spare despite her busy day preparing the March 2018 issue. She sat down with us for a spirited conversation about her career, favorite photoshoots to date, and her relationship with the BH&G readers.

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Meet the Designers Behind Hilary Duff's Breathtaking Home

We sat down with dynamic duo Shannon Wollack and Brittany Zwicki of Studio Life.Style in West Hollywood, CA, the talented designers behind Hilary Duff's gorgeous home featured in the February 2018 issue of Better Homes & Gardens.

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Q&A with Havenly Interior Designer: Holiday Decorating Tips

We sat down with Elyza Brillantes, an interior designer at Havenly, to learn some tips and tricks for holiday decorating. And if a room renovation is on your to-do list for the new year, remember that Insiders get free design services from Havenly.

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10 Decorating Tips to Borrow from Hotels

We caught up with Sara Bliss, author of Hotel Chic at Home, to expand on hotels' interior design secrets featured in the January 2018 issue. With five additional tips and even more photos from which to draw inspiration, you'll see why incorporating hotel styles in your own home is the next big thing.

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5 Timeless Holiday Desserts for Making Spirits Bright

Why search the latest trends in holiday desserts when you can try these time-tested treats? We've reached into the archives for vintage recipes that will turn today into the good old days.

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Time-Tested Hosting How-To's That Still Hold True

Hairstyles, fashion, musical tastes, and aesthetics change. But hosts and hostesses can count on these classic entertaining tips from the archives the next time they're throwing a 21st-century get-together.

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1959: Christmas Cookie Cut-Outs

Stretch your cookie decorating muscles this holiday and bake up a warm batch of our favorite Christmas Cookie Cut-Outs!

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1947: Kris Kringles

Surprise your holiday guests will a delicious dessert that will transport them back to the late '40s. This festive and colorful cookie is ideal for decking out your seasonal tablescape during the most wonderful time of the year.

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1957: Oh, Fudge!

No holiday party is complete without a creamy, velvety plate of fudge! This year, re-create this recipe from 1957 for a timeless take on this dessert.

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1929: Poinsettia Cupcakes

Take a peek into the recipe archives with this festive cupcake recipe. Your holiday party goers will so enjoy the adorable decorating and nod to the 1920s.

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1952: St. Nick's Cookies

With Christmas just around the corner, try this tasty recipe on for size! St. Nick's Cookies are a crowd favorite that won't disappoint this holiday season.

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The New Grind: Tips for the Best Coffee Then and Now

Coffee has become a central part our everyday routine; learn how this daily ritual has evolved through the decades, from brewing a morning cup of Joe to serving guests dessert coffee.

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Shop These Luxurious Picks to Relax and Recharge

Take some "me time" and indulge yourself with our editors' must-have products for a relaxing weekend in.

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Our Editors' Favorite Finds for a Cozy Day at Home

Get an Insider's look at our editors' luxurious picks to relax and recharge for the New Year.

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For the Love of Crafts

Get an exclusive behind-the-scenes peek from craft enthusiast and founder of CRAFT, Eli Winkelman, and read an extended version of her Q and A featured in the January BH&G issue.

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A Sneak Peek of Our Holiday Gift Guide—Plus Bonus Picks

Our editors scoured the market to find the most fun, functional, and fab-looking presents for everybody—with favorites from well-known brands like Williams Sonoma and Zara along with under-the-radar finds.

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Clare V.'s Top 5 Tips for Refreshing Your Home Decor

With her recent collaboration with Wallshoppe, the popular accessories designer is moving into designing interior spaces as well. Here, she shows us how incorporating a few pieces with personality can yield big results.

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The Chef & Her Potters

East Fork Pottery in Asheville, NC, is a go-to destination for hand-crafted dinnerware. Meet the husband-and-wife team behind this operation. They've built one of the country's most exciting ceramics workshops in the South, creating custom dinnerware for restaurants and customers, who can order online or purchase pieces at their on-site retail space.

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Get to Know Chef Pati Jinich

The host of PBS's Pati's Mexican Table celebrates the traditional flavors and techniques of classic Mexican dishes, while offering fresh takes on old favorites.

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Behind the Scenes with Style Maven Lili Diallo

Bold patterns, pretty details, and a certain je ne sais quoi imbue every project this French stylist takes on.

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Straight from the Runway: Folk-Inspired Decor

Folk-themed trends in fashion are a hot home decor look. Patterned motifs and unexpected pairings of tones and textures throughout the home can create this folk look. Mixing and matching different metals, woods, and rugs are also key in folk decor.

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Boho Style Then & Now

It's no secret bohemian style is trending—but did you know the style has been in the making for quite some time? Follow the evolution of this eclectic home decor style throughout the decades, from the 1920s to today.

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Classic Soups and Stews Perfect for Fall

Bookmark these archive finds as your go-to recipes for those chilly fall evenings.

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Accent Chairs Through the Ages

The times may have changed, but our love for a good accent chair remains the same.

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Etched Glass: A Cut Above the Rest

See how this do-it-yourself craft has evolved through the ages—plus get new ideas to elevate your basic glass pieces.

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Update Your Bath Products for Fall with Seasonal Scents

It's the most wonderful time of the year! Trade your summer scents for fall favorites like pumpkin spice, apple cinnamon, and warm vanilla to fill your home with the aroma of fall all season long.

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The Resurgence of Shaker Style

Jessica Thomas, Style and Design Director for Better Homes & Gardens, describes how the utilitarian approach of these early English settlers is being adapted for modern home decor.

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Our Editors' Favorite Trends from the Fall 2017 Gift Show

Better Homes & Gardens editors Lauren Hedrick and Eugenia Santiesteban Soto attended the semiannual trade show NY NOW to see the latest in gifts and home decor. See what's brand-new and on-trend for the upcoming gifting season.

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Our Favorite Halloween-Themed Recipes from the BH&G Archives

Get inspired by these timeless Halloween-themed recipes from the '30s to the '90s. They're simply spooktacular!

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Your Fall Cleaning Playlist

Get down with these classic tunes while you're sprucing up your home for the cooler months ahead.

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Party Food of the 1950s

Between breakfast snacks, lunchtime apps, and delicious desserts, party food hasn't changed much over the years. Here are a few of our favorites from the fabulous '50s—and their modern interpretations.

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Shag Rugs Weren't Just for the Groovy Era

Who knew this 1970s trend would go on to become timeless home decor?

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Get to Know Recipe Developer Anna Kovel

After spending a year in Rome, our Fast and Fresh contributing writer returns to New York to share what she's learned abroad about cooking and living the simple life.

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Behind the Scenes in the Test Kitchen—Baking Pies for the November Issue

We follow our food editors and testers as they perfect three contemporary takes on these classic Thanksgiving desserts.

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There's a New Edition of the Red Plaid Cookbook Coming in 2018

Better Homes & Gardens Food Editor Jan Miller, her editorial team, and Test Kitchen culinary professionals are assessing more than 1,000 recipes for the latest update of the best-selling cookbook in America.

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Behind the Scenes at the Fall 2017 Gift Show

Our Assistant Home Editor recaps her trip to New York for the semiannual trade show NY NOW—including her must-visit spots in the city.

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Chef Scott Peacock Has Made a Career Out of Perfecting Simple Dishes

This James Beard award winner recounts his journey to self-acceptance as an American chef and Alabama native—and tells us why it's so hard to pin down Southern cooking.

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Behind the Scenes of Our October Home Renovation

Designer and blogger Jen O'Brien pairs vintage Better Homes & Gardens inspiration with a modern, beachy aesthetic to create a cozy space for a Long Island family.

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Studio Tour with Coloring Queen Johanna Basford

Take a look inside this Scottish illustrator's converted farmhouse loft—and learn more about how she creates her bestselling adult coloring books.

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Braided Rag Rugs: An American Craft That Lasts

Forged from leftover fabric scraps, this is one DIY that has endured through decades.

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We're (Still) All About Avocados

Our obsession with avocados is far from new. See how this love affair developed with some of our favorite avocado recipes through the ages.

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Straight from the Archives: Midcentury Mod Living Room Must-Haves

Take a look at everything you need to create the perfect midcentury modern living room, straight from the era itself.

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Behind the Scenes with Southern Chef Vivian Howard

In our November issue, we feature this North Carolina native, who's revitalizing her hometown with a thoughtful approach to food and two (soon to be three) stellar restaurants.

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A Tour of Snug Harbor Farm with Garden Designer Tony Elliott

This multitalented horticulturist, farmer, and foodie gives us a tour of his farm, where art meets the land.

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Q&A with Dream Weaver Erin Barrett

Find out how this stylemaker stays fresh and inspired in her Charleston, SC, home studio.

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Textile Artist Ellen Van Dusen Knows Prints and Patterns

Incorporating a mix of complementary prints and patterns is a surefire way to create a cozy home that feels full of character. If you're intimidated by the thought of creating your own combinations, read on for some pro tips on pattern mixing.

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Mod Mani: The Prettiest Nails for Fall

If you're looking for a fun, low-stakes way to update your beauty routine, try cribbing your nail polish colors from your favorite pieces of art. Eleanor Langston of NYC's Paintbox nail studio shares a few of her winning combinations.

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Wicker Wonders: Bring Your Woven Furnishings Indoors

Wicker chairs make cozy patio furniture, but our favorite fall trend is bringing these woven masterpieces indoors to enjoy all year-round.

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