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4&5 Magic makeovers Justin and Colin turn a drab and dingy hallway into a wide-open space that hollers: "Welcome" loud and clear.

6&7 DIY Donny Our DIY expert tells how to avoid a boring conservatory and shows how to patch a carpet seamlessly in no time.

9 Ask Amabile John helps readers find beautiful wood flooring and retro 50s kitchen accessories.

10&11 Bargain hunt Everything but the kitsch 'n' sink? We hunt down black and white nick-nacks to brighten every room from the kitchen to the WC.

12 Gardens & flowers Our florists Viv and Nick are on a high with hydrangeas. Plus Carolyn Spray answers all your gardening questions.

13 Food Rome wasn't built in a day - but Michael Kilkie shows how to rustle up a Caesar salad in half an hour. Plus he answers your questions.

'14&15 Peek in your pad Laura Davidson hears how Jamie and Lorna Williamson transformed an old blacksmiths into a des res.

17 New homes Accountant Kirsti Gauson and boyfriend Chris Conlon tell how they beat the credit crunch with a bargain home deal.

26&27 Animal magic Our vet Scott Miller gets set for his tour of Scotland - in search of the land's most doggy-friendly tourist spots. Plus he

answers questions about your poorly pets. Plus Fawks, Sidney and Tiger have a new neighbour to moan about.
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Publication:Sunday Mail (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Sep 20, 2009
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