Better Homes & Gardens Magazine
Better Homes & Gardens is a home & gardening magazine about turning your property into a welcoming home. Learn how to transform your yard into a stunning landscape, turn simple ingredients into delectable dishes, and master home decor.More Info >>
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About Better Homes & Gardens
Better Homes & Gardens was founded and first published in 1922. From its beginnings, the magazine grew as readers tried memorable recipes good enough to share with their loved one's down through the generations, grew lush gardens with outstanding tips, and made general housekeeping fun. Nearly a century later, the magazine continues to make our homes a center point for all of life's many adventures.
Every issue is easy to pick up and read. With colorful pictures and easy to follow instructions, Better Homes & Gardens makes it easy to find last minute dinner tips, or plan a whole house makeover. Inside features include: "Fresh," which covers the latest design trends in home decorating, popular restaurants, and the people making it all happen; "Home" is all about making a living space all your own; "Food" covers the dishes that take center stage in almost every home, and how to get creative so you can take simple meals and inject a little flair; live life "Better" and experience the world with travels guides, tips, and ideas; then round things out and view "Life In Color," which takes readers inside the life of another family, shows readers how to make your home pop with the right garden, and more.
From outside gardening to inside design, cooking and more, Better Homes & Gardens makes it easy. Anyone that knows working around the home is a labor of love will appreciate this magazine.
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If you’re interested in a subscription to Better Homes & Gardens I’d love to take a minute to tell you a little about what I love most about the magazine. For starters, it has a great focus on family and for me the definition of home is family. The fact that I can always read about how to make my home more organized, efficient and comfortable for my family and friends is why I enjoy reading Better Homes & Gardens.
My favorite section of the magazine is the Better section, which highlights ways to improve your life with topics like the latest allergy updates and recommended vacation spots depending on your family’s personality. Recommended products are featured here too and Better Homes & Gardens focuses on presenting the best consumer products available. It even has an annual ‘best products’ awards as judged by its readers.
I also love the decorating advice. The ideas are always creative, simple and budget-friendly covering tips like 50 ways to boost your style with paint, paper and fabric, or fresh ways to summarize your home. And you have to love the recipes the magazine features. They are always healthful and rarely complicated. I appreciate that each issue usually highlights a new way to use ingredients, like sunflower seeds or ginger and highlights ways I can use leftovers.
The “I Did It” column on the last page of each issue is also a great read. This column features home and garden projects readers have successfully pulled off by themselves, like a backyard garden makeover or creating a craft space out of an empty closet.
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