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Create a Brunch Nook • With a simple shelf, turn an unused corner into a breakfast bar or a place to chat — this one is made with live-edge wood and a DIY floating shelf kit. “The extra surface adds more eating space to the kitchen without feeling cramped,” says Jenni Yolo of I Spy DIY, who designed the space and installed the shelf herself. An arrangement of fall foliage adds the finishing touch. Instructions, page 134.
Cauliflower • This versatile vegetable can be eaten raw, roasted, pickled, blended into creamy sauces and dips and, yes, made into “rice.” Enjoy it in a variety of ways with these recipes from our Test Kitchen.
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Spice Up Your Skincare • These pantry staples are good for more than cooking: Turmeric, nutmeg and more are now being mixed into skincare products for their complexion benefits, including brightening, clarifying and calming properties. Turn the page for the scoop from skin experts on what’s worth sprinkling into your routine.
inside the GH Beauty Lab • The look-gorgeous news, tricks and trends you need to know from GH’s in-house scientists and experts
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Beauty. Science. • Experts from the Good Housekeeping Institute Beauty Lab share what makes the new GH Seal Star Mary Kay TimeWise Night Recovery an essential for calming, reviving and smoothing tired, stressed skin while you sleep.
Pro Skin Treatments • Navigating the different types of dermatologist skincare procedures can be mind-boggling. From injectables and lasers to ultrasound and more, it can be difficult to know what works best for which skin concerns. Cut through the confusion — and find the best option for you—with this guide to common types of noninvasive professional treatments, including GH Beauty Lab experts’ first-person experiences.
Paint a Wall-to-Wall “Headboard" • Mimic the impact of a piece of furniture with a rich color on the wall and baseboard behind a bed. Here, a ¼" painted line emphasizes the cheerful green (Farrow & Ball’s Breakfast Room Green). “The goal was to enhance the look of my simple bed frame,” says Julie Rose, an interior designer. For depth, Rose installed a plug-in wall sconce and used a sewing table as a nightstand.
Happy Haunting • Get crafty with these Halloween DIYs and scary-good party treats.
MODERN REFRESH • An interior designer takes on one of her biggest projects yet: her own home, a 1920s Pacific Palisades house fit for her family.
Amazing Entryways • Leave a lasting first impression with a foyer filled with memorable furniture and decor.
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inside the GH Cleaning Lab • Our cleaning dynamo shares her tips and tricks to tackle your toughest cleaning challenges and all your trouble spots.
WHEN Dreams SIGNAL Danger Ahead • Since ancient times, warning dreams have been used to predict medical diagnoses. Today, doctors — and the women in this story — are learning that what happens when you close your eyes might save your life.
How to Remember Your Dreams • Want to be more intentional about recalling your dreams? Try Kathleen “Kat” O’Keefe-Kanavos’s approach using the acronym SO DREAM.
Fall Reads • It’s creepy season, but not everyone likes a fright. That’s why we’ve got great reads for ghost busters and more soothing fare for people who prefer to leaf peep. Happy reading!
HOW TO PROTECT YOUR DIGITAL PRIVACY • Data breaches. Online scams. AI chatbots. It’s enough to make you want to log off for good…but you don’t have to! This guide will answer some of the most common cybersecurity questions and arm you with simple...