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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: BETWEEN FRIENDS

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BETWEEN FRIENDS

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: GARDEN PLANS

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GARDEN PLANS

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: BEST RECIPES FOR FALL

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BEST RECIPES FOR FALL

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: CUSTOMER SERVICE ON BHG.COM

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CUSTOMER SERVICE ON BHG.COM

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: Pumpkin Stencils

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Pumpkin Stencils

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: Touches of Autumn Spirited!

Pages: 25, 26, 28, 30, 32

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Touches of Autumn Spirited!

Cast a spell with this bounty of easy decorating ideas for fall and Halloween.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: BEAUTIFUL IN BEIGE

Pages: 34, 36, 38

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BEAUTIFUL IN BEIGE

Sentimental finds infuse vitality in the neutral scheme of this D.C. row house.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: LIVING WITH BOLDNESS

Pages: 42, 44, 46

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LIVING WITH BOLDNESS

Embrace a few bright ideas to surround yourself with vibrant color and pattern.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: STRETCHING IT FOR EIGHT

Pages: 48, 50, 52

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STRETCHING IT FOR EIGHT

A 10-foot addition opens up a kitchen, adds outdoor comfort, and offers ready storage for a large family in Little Rock.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: COOL, CALM, AND COLLECTED

Pages: 58, 60, 62, 63, 64

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COOL, CALM, AND COLLECTED

Space-expanding colors and creative placement of furniture and objects help a 750-square-foot New York home seem larger.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: LITTLE 'TOP OF HORRORS

Page: 68

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LITTLE 'TOP OF HORRORS

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: Small plates, big taste

Page: 70

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Small plates, big taste

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: The Neck Check

Page: 70

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The Neck Check

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: Creepy Cookies

Page: 70

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Creepy Cookies

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: CIDER SPICE RULES!

Page: 70

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CIDER SPICE RULES!

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: Quilting Chic

Page: 72

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Quilting Chic

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: WALK THIS WAY

Page: 72

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WALK THIS WAY

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: GET A LOAD OF THIS

Page: 74

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GET A LOAD OF THIS

First we spied double sinks, then double dishwashers. Now the double-up trend is to have two sets of washers and dryers.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: ASK THE EXPERT

Page: 76

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ASK THE EXPERT

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: Nature Under Glass

Page: 76

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Nature Under Glass

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: Hit the Ceiling

Page: 78

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Hit the Ceiling

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: BATHING BEAUTIES

Page: 78

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BATHING BEAUTIES

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: GRACIOUS LIVING SERVED

Page: 80

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GRACIOUS LIVING SERVED

A Mississippi couple transforms a seldom-used back porch into an outdoor kitchen and entertaining hub filled with Southern charm.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: BALANCING KNACK

Pages: 83, 84, 86

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BALANCING KNACK

A neutral color scheme and durable fabrics allow a Grand Rapids, Michigan, textile designer to seamlessly live and work at home.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: CAN-DO CABIN

Pages: 90, 92, 94, 96

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CAN-DO CABIN

Using readily available reproductions and vintage furnishings from online sources, the owners of a New Jersey lake house create a cocoon of nostalgic comfort.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: SMALL BATH STRATEGIES

Pages: 97, 98, 100, 102, 104

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SMALL BATH STRATEGIES

These three baths prove that it's not the square footage that matters but what you do with it.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: INNOVATIVE ATTITUDE

Pages: 108, 110, 114, 116

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INNOVATIVE ATTITUDE

With a limited budget and odd lot, a California couple stretch their square footage by brightening and blending each space.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: BLOOMS IN CRIMSON

Page: 119

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BLOOMS IN CRIMSON

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: CANDLELIGHT EXPRESSIONS

Page: 119

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CANDLELIGHT EXPRESSIONS

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: EASTERN INFLUENCE

Pages: 120, 122, 124, 126, 128

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EASTERN INFLUENCE

A California couple replaces their front lawn with no-mow ground covers and a serene Asian-style garden.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: BLOOMING REWARDS

Page: 131

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BLOOMING REWARDS

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: PLANT NOW FOR SPRING

Pages: 132, 134, 135

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PLANT NOW FOR SPRING

Spring-flowering bulbs are one of the loveliest gardening investments you can make. Plant them in fall; reap the rewards in spring.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: AN EYE FOR SIMPLICITY

Pages: 136, 138, 140, 143

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AN EYE FOR SIMPLICITY

Thoughtful planning ensures that every inch of Ann Walbert's tiny California garden provides usable living space and inspiration for her artwork.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: HARVESTING THE QUIET

Pages: 146, 148, 151, 152

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HARVESTING THE QUIET

A beginning gardener in Seattle discovers that too many brightly colored flowers can spoil the view. For her, less is definitely more.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: ANY-SEASON WREATH

Page: 154

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ANY-SEASON WREATH

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: HAND CARE 101

Page: 160

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HAND CARE 101

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: BUILDING TEEN LEADERS

Pages: 166, 168, 169

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BUILDING TEEN LEADERS

These young adults made a difference. Learn how to inspire your kids to do the same.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: TAKE A HOBBY HOLIDAY

Pages: 170, 172, 173

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TAKE A HOBBY HOLIDAY

On your next vacation, indulge your favorite pastime and meet others who share your passion.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: WORK THIS WAY

Page: 176

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WORK THIS WAY

Helping with homework is a vital part of any parent's job. Helping kids develop discipline and a solid work ethic is even more important.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: TAPPING LOCAL SPIRIT

Pages: 180, 182

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TAPPING LOCAL SPIRIT

Community groups can't fix the problem? Improvement districts may be the solution.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: Celebrate Fall

Pages: 186, 187, 188, 189, 190, 191, 192, 193

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Celebrate Fall

Gather up your favorites from the harvest season and transform your yard and garden into a celebration of all things autumn.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: Living large

Pages: 194, 195, 196, 197, 198, 199

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Living large

A Seattle couple focuses on architectural tricks to turn an ordinary little bungalow into an extraordinary light-filled home.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: LOVING COLOR

Pages: 200, 201, 202, 203, 204, 205

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LOVING COLOR

A vibrant young couple decorates their house with bright hues and fun details to match their personality.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: Homespun MODERN

Pages: 206, 207, 208, 209, 210

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Homespun MODERN

A SOUTH CAROLINA HOME AIMING TO BLEND IN OUTSIDE OFFERS BIG SURPRISES ON THE INSIDE.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: Stroll Call for Walkers

Pages: 252, 254

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Stroll Call for Walkers

One fall morning four years ago Barbara Kimmel and another woman took a walk around the streets and cul-de-sacs of their subdivision in Chester Township, New Jersey. They did it again the next day, and the next, and soon their morning jaunt became a habit. "That first year, there were just a couple of us, but then women would see us go by their homes every day-- especially in the winter-- and come out and ask what we were doing," Barbara says.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: FUNKY TOWELS

Page: 254

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FUNKY TOWELS

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: KNIT ONE, PURL TWO

Page: 274

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KNIT ONE, PURL TWO

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2006 Magazine Article: HOME cooking

Page: 280

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HOME cooking

Any Chinese food I ate as a child came in little paper boxes, even though Chopstick Cookery and The Wok rested for years on my mother's pantry shelf. They were kept company by Chesapeake Bay Cooking, which boasted recipes for King Crab Newburg and Fillet of Sole Marguery. Never mind that the only seafood I can remember being served were fish sticks and tuna fish salad with pickle relish.

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