January 2002



For the home enthusiast...

Why does color make us feel the way it does? How do you fill a gap around a window pane? How easy is it to construct a fake fur vest or bead a watchband to make a bold fashion statement?

Look no further than www.hgtv.com, the online version of Home and Garden Television (HGTV). Easy to navigate, it is an inspirational collection of information for the "home enthusiast". The website also provides lots of step-by-step instructions.

Recent topics covered include the following...

  • How to garden with unusual plants.
  • How to buy a home you can afford.
  • How to select a wood floor.

HGTV’s site, also, covers current highlights from the cable station, including show times and links. Categories covered on the shows, as well as on the site, include the following:

  • Building and remodeling.
  • Crafts and collectibles.
  • Design and decorating.
  • Gardening and landscaping.
  • Real estate and finance.

Whether you are a professional or just learning about the world of design or remodeling, www.hgtv.com can offer insight and support for getting your home or professional project underway. HGTV is fun, easy and well worth a visit.

Reviewer: Cynthia Hayes, FIDM Library Staff Member