June 2018 Resources

In this month's issue start summer off on the right foot! Filled with DIY home improvement projects, bright pops of color, and tons of outdoor entertaining ideas, the June issue of Better Homes & Gardens will inspire readers to think outside the box this season.

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Obsessed with Folk Design

A hallmark of folk art is artisans' imaginative takes on their own backyards. Today's fantastical animals, florals, and patterns range from graphic to intricate in a rainbow of colors. Use these designs to inject colorful energy into any setting.

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New & Next

What we're loving now.

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Go for the Glow

Think of highlighter as your personal spotlight—the shimmery makeup lights up your best features and makes them pop. As in, hello, cheekbones. All you need is a few swipes to brighten your daytime look.

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Color: Pastels

Associated with Easter eggs and baby showers, pastels can look surprisingly grown-up when you use midtone hues—those that aren't too pale or bright. Ensure colors have similar chromatic value by picking from the same row of the paint chips.

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Screening Room

A few DIY projects and the right furnishings help a neglected three-season porch emerge as a guest-ready outdoor living room.

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A Good Deal

There's a new fundraiser in town: Boon Supply Co. sends 50 percent of shopping proceeds to the school, team, or youth group of your choice. The best part: It's all stuff you'll really want.

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All Set for Summer

We gathered the goods for three of our favorite outdoor tabletop looks. From the dishes to the details, it's all worthy of the dining room but tough enough for the patio.

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Summer Rules

The forecast for this Charleston, SC, guesthouse is 365 days of summer, thanks to one interior designer's beachy decorating tricks.

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Punch List

Their full-time job may be identifying your address, but these house numbers work overtime in the style department.

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I Did It!

Tired of stashing home maintenance gear wherever it would fit, this DIYer put together a cleaning closet that makes housekeeping feel like shopping.

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The Natural Life

Take a walk in the Minnesota woods with cookbook author Johnna Holmgren, whose everyday explorations feed new recipe ideas, decorating projects, and her family's love of nature.

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BH&G Throwback: 1957 Outdoor Oasis

Create a backyard retreat for basking in the warm summer days.

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