Become an Insider Log In

Pages in Issue:
113
Original Cost:
$1.50 (US)
Dimensions:
8.0w X 11.375h
Articles:
16
Recipes:
4
Advertisements:
65
Read This Issue
Better Homes & Gardens January 1983 Magazine Article: EDITOR at large

Page: 4

Article

EDITOR at large

Like most other companies in the publishing business, we've recently been experimenting with TV and computers, testing various methods of adapting to the screen the kind of family service journalism our magazine stands for. Let me briefly fill you in on what we've tried so far.

Read Article
Better Homes & Gardens January 1983 Magazine Article: Family Getaway Vacations

Pages: 11, 13, 14, 16, 18

Article

Family Getaway Vacations

There's no better way for your family to top off the winter season than with a few easygoing days together. Choose one of our five unique destinations-- where the warm sun shines or the silent snow falls. Each is a perfect blending of good times, marvelous scenery, and low-key atmosphere.

Read Article
Better Homes & Gardens January 1983 Magazine Article: Gardener's log

Page: 28

Article

Gardener's log

But let the months go round a few short months, And all shall be restored. These naked shoots, Barren as lances, among which the wind Makes wintry music, sighing as it goes, Shall put their graceful foliage on again, And more aspiring, and with ampler spread, Shall boast new charms, and more than they have lost...

Read Article
Better Homes & Gardens January 1983 Magazine Article: HOW TO MAKE ONE HOUSE WORK LIKE TWO

Pages: 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35

Article

HOW TO MAKE ONE HOUSE WORK LIKE TWO

When your children have moved out or Grandma has moved in, you may he tempted to buy a different-size house.

Read Article
Better Homes & Gardens January 1983 Magazine Article: Flowering Bulbs FOR A BRIGHTER WINTER

Pages: 41, 42, 43

Article

Flowering Bulbs FOR A BRIGHTER WINTER

This winter, why not fill your whole house with sparkling color and spring-fresh fragrance by growing flowering bulbs indoors? The bulbs featured on these pages come in a myriad of exciting shapes and colors and are easy to grow in a regular commercial potting soil mix. Simply set these bulbs in a sunny window, and with a minimum of care they should be flowering in just ten to 12 weeks.

Read Article
Better Homes & Gardens January 1983 Magazine Article: ARTWORK & ACCESSORIES

Pages: 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49

Article

ARTWORK & ACCESSORIES

What comes to mind when you think of artwork and accessories? Paintings, posters, limited-edition prints, pottery, the kids' drawings? The list could go on and on-- and that's the point! Artwork and accessories can be anything you find appealing. A love of antiques? Try hanging a quilt or old advertising signs on the wall or displaying folk-art animals on a table. A passion for architecture? A collection of renderings or rubbings may be just the thing for you.

Read Article
Better Homes & Gardens January 1983 Magazine Article: SURE CURES FOR PROBLEM KITCHENS

Pages: 50, 51, 52, 55

Article

SURE CURES FOR PROBLEM KITCHENS

Why are kitchens the most remodeled spaces in America? Are they the rooms that change most when family life-styles change? Or do kitchens simply get the most use-- and abuse? Whatever the case, kitchens can become problems begging for solutions. To provide them, we'll show you how three "hopeless" kitchens were put to rights.

Read Article
Better Homes & Gardens January 1983 Magazine Article: How to Order Material From the Magazine

Page: 83

Article

How to Order Material From the Magazine

Read Article
Better Homes & Gardens January 1983 Magazine Article: SLEEK KITCHEN DINING

Pages: 84, 85

Article

SLEEK KITCHEN DINING

Kitchen eating areas are natural places for family and friends to gather for good food and conversation. But too often they're also catchalls of hand-me-down furnishings that make them look dull and dowdy.

Read Article
Better Homes & Gardens January 1983 Magazine Article: CRAFTS TO TRY YOUR HAND AT

Pages: 97, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 104

Article

CRAFTS TO TRY YOUR HAND AT

With long winter evenings lying ahead, the time is right to learn a new hobby, polish up a favorite craft skill, or involve all the family in projects that put free time to good use. Each of our easy-as-pie projects, shown here and on the following pages, is made from just a single stitch or crafted with one simple technique. So even first-timers can try their hand at a brand-new craft. For instance, teach yourself to make a simple needlepoint stitch and you can create a charming pillow top.

Read Article
Better Homes & Gardens January 1983 Magazine Article: Shopping editor's choice

Pages: 107, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113

Article

Shopping editor's choice

Discover the ease and pleasure of shopping by mail. Order from the convenience of your own home with complete confidence. If not delighted, each company will happily refund your money.

Read Article
Better Homes & Gardens January 1983 Magazine Article: The Man Next Door

Page: 114

Article

The Man Next Door

Bill Norman says the New Year's resolutions he likes best are the ones he can let simmer for a while, "like reseeding the lawn, weeding the rock garden, and painting the porch."

Read Article
Cover
Page: 2 - 3
Page: 4 - 5
Page: 6 - 7
Page: 8 - 9
Page: 10 - 11
Page: 12 - 13
Page: 14 - 15
Page: 16 - 17
Page: 18 - 19
Page: 20 - 21
Page: 22 - 23
Page: 24 - 25
Page: 28 - 29
Page: 30 - 31
Page: 32 - 33
Page: 34 - 35
Page: 36 - 37
Page: 38 - 39
Page: 40 - 41
Page: 42 - 43
Page: 44 - 45
Page: 46 - 47
Page: 48 - 49
Page: 50 - 51
Page: 52 - 55
Page: 56 - 57
Page: 58 - 59
Page: 60 - 61
Page: 62 - 63
Page: 64 - 65
Page: 66 - 67
Page: 68 - 69
Page: 70 - 71
Page: 72 - 73
Page: 74 - 75
Page: 76 - 77
Page: 78 - 79
Page: 80 - 81
Page: 82 - 83
Page: 84 - 85
Page: 86 - 87
Page: 88 - 89
Page: 90 - 91
Page: 92 - 93
Page: 94 - 95
Page: 96 - 97
Page: 98 - 99
Page: 100 - 101
Page: 102 - 103
Page: 104 - 105
Page: 106 - 107
Page: 108 - 109
Page: 110 - 111
Page: 112 - 113
Page: 114 - 115
Page: 116

View the next article from your search or return to your search results.

view the complete issue