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Country Living

Nov 01 2019
Magazine

Rooms that invite you to linger. Vintage collectibles displayed with love. A colorful easy-care garden. A porch that says "Come sit!" All yours in the pages of Country Living!

SEE THE PAGES OF COUNTRY LIVING Come to life!

The Sampler • AN A-TO-Z LOOK AT WHAT’S IN THE NOVEMBER ISSUE, AMONG OTHER NEWS AND NOTES

Country Living

Turn This Scene into a Room • See how this roadside stand inspired a farm-fresh fall guest room.

PLANNING A VACATION? • Let us help you decide where to go!

Creature Comforts • The latest and greatest finds for pets and the pet-obsessed

A Timeless Kitchen Reno • In his 1795 seaside cottage, designer Philip Mitchell artfully cooked up a pinch-of-old, pinch-of-new space that’ll withstand the ebb and flow of design trends.

All Hannah’s parents should worry about is Hannah

A Brooklyn Blend • In the heart of Cobble Hill, designer Jenny Wolf’s townhouse is an artful intersection of country staples and city opulence.

What Is It? What Is It Worth? • Our team of antiques experts weighs in on your passed-down, found-in-the-attic, buried-in-a-box family treasures.

CREATE A HOME WITH THE COZINESS OF A COUNTRY COTTAGE.

Talking Turkey • Contributor Mary Randolph Carter shares her love for her favorite “leftover”—a folk art piece that feathers her Thanksgiving feast.

Dish Duty • Made popular in Staffordshire in the 1700s, pretty and pastoral transferware needn’t hide out in a hutch.

Century-Old Homes • These six properties might just tempt old-house lovers to uproot everything in the name of original hardwoods or gingerbread trim.

FIELD NOTES • TIPS, TRICKS, AND TACTICS FOR NOVEMBER IN THE NOT-SO-WILD

Tiny homes… Big style!

Country Living • November 2019

In with the Old

When a New York City Designer Moves to Colonial Williamsburg

How a Museum Curator Outfits an Old House (on a Budget!)

the MAHOGANY and the ECSTASY • BROWN FURNITURE IS BACK

Character Building • Vintage portraiture—of the midcentury style, in particular—is having a moment, but you can’t exactly buy every Tom, Dick, and Harriet you run across in an antiques store. A quirkily curated grouping—from rosy-cheeked redheads to girls in pearls—makes for stylish company. (Bonus: Not a one of these “instant ancestors” will bring up exes at the dinner table.)

Paints with Provenance: a Colorful History • Why pick any old color when you can choose a Thomas Jefferson–approved green or a good-enough-for-The-Greenbrier pink? Here, 28 of our tried- and true favorites

THANKSGIVING TO THE FULLEST • Come for the turkey, stay for the tractor rides! When cookbook author and Food Network star Nancy Fuller hosts a family feast in New York’s Hudson Valley, it’s as rich in farmhouse traditions as it is in fall flavor.

The Fuller Family THANKSGIVING COOKBOOK

Resource Guide • YOUR GO-TO GUIDE FOR REPLICATING THE LOOKS IN THIS ISSUE

simple COUNTRY pleasures


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 106 Publisher: Hearst Edition: Nov 01 2019

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: September 26, 2019

Formats

OverDrive Magazine

subjects

Home & Garden

Languages

English

Rooms that invite you to linger. Vintage collectibles displayed with love. A colorful easy-care garden. A porch that says "Come sit!" All yours in the pages of Country Living!

SEE THE PAGES OF COUNTRY LIVING Come to life!

The Sampler • AN A-TO-Z LOOK AT WHAT’S IN THE NOVEMBER ISSUE, AMONG OTHER NEWS AND NOTES

Country Living

Turn This Scene into a Room • See how this roadside stand inspired a farm-fresh fall guest room.

PLANNING A VACATION? • Let us help you decide where to go!

Creature Comforts • The latest and greatest finds for pets and the pet-obsessed

A Timeless Kitchen Reno • In his 1795 seaside cottage, designer Philip Mitchell artfully cooked up a pinch-of-old, pinch-of-new space that’ll withstand the ebb and flow of design trends.

All Hannah’s parents should worry about is Hannah

A Brooklyn Blend • In the heart of Cobble Hill, designer Jenny Wolf’s townhouse is an artful intersection of country staples and city opulence.

What Is It? What Is It Worth? • Our team of antiques experts weighs in on your passed-down, found-in-the-attic, buried-in-a-box family treasures.

CREATE A HOME WITH THE COZINESS OF A COUNTRY COTTAGE.

Talking Turkey • Contributor Mary Randolph Carter shares her love for her favorite “leftover”—a folk art piece that feathers her Thanksgiving feast.

Dish Duty • Made popular in Staffordshire in the 1700s, pretty and pastoral transferware needn’t hide out in a hutch.

Century-Old Homes • These six properties might just tempt old-house lovers to uproot everything in the name of original hardwoods or gingerbread trim.

FIELD NOTES • TIPS, TRICKS, AND TACTICS FOR NOVEMBER IN THE NOT-SO-WILD

Tiny homes… Big style!

Country Living • November 2019

In with the Old

When a New York City Designer Moves to Colonial Williamsburg

How a Museum Curator Outfits an Old House (on a Budget!)

the MAHOGANY and the ECSTASY • BROWN FURNITURE IS BACK

Character Building • Vintage portraiture—of the midcentury style, in particular—is having a moment, but you can’t exactly buy every Tom, Dick, and Harriet you run across in an antiques store. A quirkily curated grouping—from rosy-cheeked redheads to girls in pearls—makes for stylish company. (Bonus: Not a one of these “instant ancestors” will bring up exes at the dinner table.)

Paints with Provenance: a Colorful History • Why pick any old color when you can choose a Thomas Jefferson–approved green or a good-enough-for-The-Greenbrier pink? Here, 28 of our tried- and true favorites

THANKSGIVING TO THE FULLEST • Come for the turkey, stay for the tractor rides! When cookbook author and Food Network star Nancy Fuller hosts a family feast in New York’s Hudson Valley, it’s as rich in farmhouse traditions as it is in fall flavor.

The Fuller Family THANKSGIVING COOKBOOK

Resource Guide • YOUR GO-TO GUIDE FOR REPLICATING THE LOOKS IN THIS ISSUE

simple COUNTRY pleasures


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