January 2001 Highlights.

Tips for Keeping Safe and Warm at Home This Winter, 21st Century


Ideas, Superbowl Tailgating Recipes, Indoor Gardening and ‘At

Home With John

McCain’ on Home & Garden Television Online This Month

KNOXVILLE, Tenn., Jan. 4 /PRNewswire/ —

Start off the New Year right with HGTV HGTV Home and Garden Television .com (,

Home & Garden Television’s online resource for home

enthusiasts. Log on for innovative decorating and restoration ideas,

tips for keeping safe and warm at home, indoor gardening advice, great

Superbowl tailgating party recipes, and an online peak at the

not-so-senatorial side of John McCain and his wife, Cindy, in the HGTV

special “At Home With John McCain.”


Keep your New Year’s resolutions by making your house a home

with ideas from this month. For a little inspiration, check

out HGTV’s stunning home restoration projects from all 50 states,

as well as restoration resources from A to Z, from HGTV’s

Restore America” series. If you’re dreaming about a new

roof over your head, drywall ceilings aren’t your only option —

HGTV will show you how to install an attractive suspended tile ceiling

from HGTV’s “Fix It Up!” And don’t miss “Fix

It Up!”‘s quick and easy tips for marbleizing your mantel for

the classic look of marble over your fireplace.

With the winter upon us, check out HGTV’s “21st Century

Home” slide show on high tech windows to make sure your money

isn’t flying out the window. But, the high price of heating your

home isn’t the only thing to worry about — learn how to stay safe

and warm at home by installing carbon monoxide detectors to protect your

family from this colorless, odorless gas.

Building Chats:*

— Tuesday, January 16, 5:00 p.m. ET: Joanne Liebeler of “Room

For Change”

— Wednesday, January 17 at 7:00 p.m. ET: Henry Harrison of

“Help Around

the House”


It’s time to shape up your sewing space with!

Whether you work in a closet or have an entire room dedicated to this

hobby, follow HGTV’s interactive advice from Sandra Betzina of

HGTV’s “Sew Perfect” to organized in our interactive

sewing nook. For more sewing delights, click on for ideas on

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