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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: Between friends

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Between friends

Standing in an airport line last summer, I began talking with the woman next to me, who turned out to be a longtime Better Homes and Gardens reader from Columbia, Tennessee.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: Celebrate hassle-free holidays--and win $100,000!

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Celebrate hassle-free holidays--and win $100,000!

Stress less, enjoy more with our free 100 Days of Holidays e-newsletter. We'll deliver irresistible recipes, decorating ideas, and more. Sign up today! BHG.com/100days

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: Gourd-geous!

Pages: 21, 22, 24

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Gourd-geous!

Gourd-geous! Make arrangements for some fresh fall decorating with a collection of gourds-- by themselves or with richly hued flowers.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: Screen Stars

Pages: 26, 28

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Screen Stars

Case in multiple roles, folding screens take the spotlight as a must-have accessory.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: Spice

Pages: 30, 32

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Spice

Spice tones naturally season rooms with warmth. Combine these savory hues for a flavorful harvest palette.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: STYLEMAKER

Page: 34

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STYLEMAKER

Carter Bolick's "embrace change" attitude about life translates to her line of textiles, tabletop, and home accessories. Bold color and pattern combinations are the signature of her designs, which she creates largely on instinct.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: Triple Play

Pages: 37, 38, 39, 40, 42

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Triple Play

A three-color theme simplifies decorating (and redecorating) by moving effortlessly from room to room.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: Café Culture

Pages: 44, 46, 48

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Café Culture

Want light and views up top, privacy and prettiness down below? Café curtains fill the bill. Here are four no-sew options.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: Blah to Beautiful

Pages: 51, 52, 53, 54, 56, 58

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Blah to Beautiful

Boring, boxy rooms with zero personality-- raise your hand if you've got one. Our decorating editor, Amy Panos, did. Take a peek at how she and remodeling coach Meredith Ladik turned a 1970s suburban room into something special.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: French Tex

Pages: 60, 62, 64

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French Tex

A little Texan attitude and a lot of French sophistication make this family room livable and polished.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: Sweet Repose

Pages: 66, 68, 70, 72

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Sweet Repose

Guests will rest easy in a bedroom decorated with their comfort in mind

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: The Fun Zone

Pages: 76, 78

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The Fun Zone

Using stock cabinets, contributing editor Stephen Saint-Onge turns a boxy suburban basement into a crafts and project room for the entire family.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: Sneak Peak

Pages: 80, 82, 84, 85

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Sneak Peak

A Dallas couple blend new and old by tucking a high-pitched kitchen and family room behind the modest roofline of their cottage-style home.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: SEASONAL WARMTH

Pages: 86, 87

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SEASONAL WARMTH

How do you add warmth to a room? We asked designers nationwide for their secrets.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: Shades of Pink

Page: 88

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Shades of Pink

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: HIGH WATER MARKS

Page: 91

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HIGH WATER MARKS

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: BEGGARS' DELIGHT

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BEGGARS' DELIGHT

"Halloween seems wasteful. Are there ways to make it more green?"

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: ONE SPLASHY BATH

Page: 92

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ONE SPLASHY BATH

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: It's critical to look at how lone a product is likely to last, as the longer a product is made to last, the more eco-friendly it really is...

Page: 92

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It's critical to look at how lone a product is likely to last, as the longer a product is made to last, the more eco-friendly it really is...

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: TALKING TRASH

Page: 94

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TALKING TRASH

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: KITCHEN HOTSHOTS

Page: 94

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KITCHEN HOTSHOTS

Made from recycled bottles, this ¼-inch-thick countertop offers heat resistance up to 600°F. It's also sun-resistant, so have your fabricator turn leftovers into garden pavers. Charisma Blue, $110-$160/square foot, installed; vetrazzo.com

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: Hole in One

Pages: 99, 100, 102, 104

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Hole in One

Knock out a fun jack-o'-lantern in no time with our easy technique.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: Fun for the Border

Pages: 106, 108, 110, 112

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Fun for the Border

A fusion of fuss-free plants offers year-round beauty without year-round work.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: Bulb Planting NOTEBOOK

Pages: 116, 118, 120, 121, 122

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Bulb Planting NOTEBOOK

Follow these planting and design tips for your best-ever display of daffodils, tulips, crocus, and other bulbs come spring.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: New Angle

Pages: 124, 127

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New Angle

A creative design brings a new twist to standard easy-care plantings.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: By Contrast

Pages: 130, 132

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By Contrast

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: JUST ADD WATER

Page: 134

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JUST ADD WATER

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: WAS HE FUZZY?

Page: 136

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WAS HE FUZZY?

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: EASY-GRIP SNIPPER

Page: 136

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EASY-GRIP SNIPPER

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: SPACE-MAKER

Page: 136

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SPACE-MAKER

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: THIS MONTH IN THE GARDEN

Page: 138

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THIS MONTH IN THE GARDEN

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: SOUND SYSTEM

Page: 138

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SOUND SYSTEM

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: 'Gardeners are helping to keep tons of horticultural plastic out of landfills through recycling programs all over the country...

Page: 138

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'Gardeners are helping to keep tons of horticultural plastic out of landfills through recycling programs all over the country...

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: IT'S A KEEPER

Page: 138

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IT'S A KEEPER

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: Autumn Alfresco

Pages: 143, 144, 146, 148

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Autumn Alfresco

Every October, Janna Lufkin gears up for her favorite holiday, Halloween. All month long she collects the prettiest leaves and the perfect pumpkins, then lets nature supply the final touch-- the cold snap that signals the season has truly arrived.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: Closet Companions

Page: 152

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Closet Companions

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: Recession-Proof Your Life

Pages: 164, 166

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Recession-Proof Your Life

When financial times are tough, don't just throw in the towel. Stick to your money goals and ride out the bumpy economy.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: Color Where It Counts

Pages: 169, 170, 171, 172, 173, 174, 175

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Color Where It Counts

BOLD STROKES OF COLOR TRANSFORM A BUNGALOW FROM HUMDRUM TO POSITIVELY HUMMING.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: Fully Booked

Pages: 176, 177, 178, 179

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Fully Booked

A FRESH-FACED COTTAGE REFLECTS ITS OWNER'S URGE TO LIGHTEN UP, FLOP DOWN, AND DIG IN TO A FAVORITE READ.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: Peak Performance

Pages: 180, 181, 182, 183, 184, 185

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Peak Performance

Layers of vibrant color, arranged in a purposeful design, decorate a fall garden.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: RADICCHIO

Page: 210

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RADICCHIO

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: ENLIGHTENED PIZZA

Page: 210

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ENLIGHTENED PIZZA

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: TOPS IN CORN BREAD

Page: 210

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TOPS IN CORN BREAD

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: Citizen Kids

Pages: 252, 254, 258

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Citizen Kids

The advantage of the excitement of this year's presidential race--and teach your kids lifelong lessons about citizenship and the importance of their future vote.

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: Tracking Your Teen

Pages: 260, 262

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Tracking Your Teen

With all the tools available to keep tabs on kids, how can parents draw the line between monitoring-- and spying?

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Better Homes & Gardens October 2008 Magazine Article: I Did It!

Page: 272

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I Did It!

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