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Looking to spice up your home?  Are things looking a little stale, perhaps a bit dated with that orange shag rug in the basement? 

Well one answer might come in the form of a magazine. For any project, room in your house, or decorative style you can imagine, there's a home improvement magazine for you. There are even some that choose to focus on a specific material such as wood or one certain line of products. The options continue to grow as the public's interest in home improvement itself grows. And it is growing every year!

Your favorite magazines, and also those you may not have heard of, also offer their own websites for further information and frequent updates. BHG.com (Better Homes And Gardens) is merely a single example of the wealth of resources available.

You no longer need to fret about finding that one special project described in one specific issue. It now awaits you on the Internet and is even updated as materials and components improve and evolve over time.

No matter if you're a casual hobbyist or a dedicated professional, there's a magazine to suit your own needs. Do you enjoy a passion for woodworking? There's certainly more than one periodical devoted to the subject. Crazy about masonry? We've got it!

You can find a magazine to match your interests and skill level. Do you get bored with your kitchen's look every five years? You'll spot many exciting styles and approaches in many different publications.

What you see may be very appealing and downright irresistible, but always remember that many of these projects can be quite expensive and difficult for a beginner or even intermediate level handyperson. Keep your budget and your skill level in mind and make sure to plan carefully for the projects you choose to pursue. The pictures surely look nice, but it is no secret that it took a lot to make them look that way!
 
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