These Magazines Will Help You Tackle a Home Makeover

You can find inspiration everywhere when it comes to maintaining your home. Mood boards on Pinterest, articles on homemaker blogs, and even how-to YouTube videos all combine to create a hub of creative ideas. However, sometimes it's best to stick to the clippings from the experts behind some of our favorite magazines.

Publications such as Country Living, Good Housekeeping, and Better Homes and Gardens provide a plethora of knowledge on how to decorate for appropriate seasons and holidays. They can guide you through that big garden revamp or kitchen renovation. Plus, they can even provide some of the best DIY tips that make us feel like the pro when it's all said and done.

We've gone ahead and curated a list of magazines you need to get subscribed to today to make your home, garden, and lifestyle ready for tomorrow.

Good Housekeeping

You can subscribe to twelve issues of housekeeping tips and tricks for $11.97 or $7.97 when you do the one year auto-renewal.

Better Homes & Gardens

Better Homes & Gardens is great for seeking inspiration on new designs for the home or sprucing up the garden. Get twelve issues over the course of year for $7.99 or $5.00 when you do the one year auto-renewal.

Country Living

This ultimate country lifestyle guide can be yours ten times a year for just $12 or $5 if you do a one year auto-renewal.

Southern Living

Revamp your farmhouse or redo that ol' front door with tips from Southern Living magazine. Get thirteen issues for $22.99 or $19.95 with the one year auto-renewal.

The Magnolia Journal

A Wide Open Country favorite! Snag your copy of the quarterly magazine, The Magnolia Journal, for $22 or $20 for the auto-renewal special.

Keep your reading list stocked with these must-have guides to your perfect home.