Country Living Magazine - December 2023 - January 2024
Country Living Magazine - December 2023 - January 2024
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In this issue
Comfort & Joy!
How to Feel That
Christmas Morning Magic
All Season Long
FARM and AWAY
When your country cabin is in a place called Summertown, you better believe there's plenty of fresh-air fun to be had
Homegrown Branching Out
A cross-country move to Washington's San Juan Islands prompted Audra Query Lawlor to begin preserving the region's heritage, one jam jar at a time
Picnics & Parties Just Add Saltwater
At her 1930s converted fish camp in Savannah, designer Elizabeth Demos keeps it casual for a come-as-you-are evening down by the dock
In With the Old Swing Your Partner
Sashay your way to a striking display with colorful Western square dance memorabilia
Across the Pond - All Hands on Deck
When a family of creative spirits sets out to restore a centuries-old English boathouse, the result is a jaunty seaside sanctuary
Country Comeback Quilty Pleasures
Equally timeless and trendy, pieced and patchwork quilts are comfort food in coverlet form
Currently Craving A Party-Ready Outdoor Kitchen
Mallorie and Jim Rasberry of HGTV's Home Town serve up ample Southern style at their family cabin outside of Laurel, Mississippi
Perfectly Imperfect Creaky Screen Doors
Nothing complements the come-and-go casualness of summer like this mesh mainstay
No Place Like Home
A worn and weathered set of skeleton keys represents a rich life under one roof.
Patience proves paramount when author Tove Danovich's feisty flock of backyard hens sends her on an unconventional egg hunt.
Food for Thought
At culinary-focused farm stay Seed & Spoon in Connecticut's Litchfield Hills, the gourmet cooking classes prioritize what's grown right on property.
Sculptor Kathy Butterly embraces off-kilter forms that act as tiny time capsules of life as she sees it.
Change is a-Brewin'
Weary of Boston's big-city bustle, a New York couple heads home to open a farm and fermentory in the mountains.
A Honey of a Time
A beekeeping couple in Eastern Nebraska infuses their hand-gathered harvest with unexpected flavors.
In Hamtramck, Michigan, the self-taught carpenters of Woodward Throwbacks create one-of-a-kind furniture using reclaimed materials sourced in the Great Lakes State.
A Southern Kitchen with English Charm
Country Living Design Director Maribeth Jones outfitted her humble 180-square-foot Craftsman kitchen with a cheery British twist.
An English Manor Makeover
Nestled in the rolling hills of England's southern coast, this 19th-century home gets a youthful refresh courtesy of color, collectibles, and a not-so-serious spirit (disco ball, anyone?).
Little House That Could
A turn-of-the-last-century bungalow that softer souls would have deemed a \"tear-down\" finds just the right search-and-rescue team.
Hearkening back to the more glamorous days of travel, antique trunks now make for incredibly stylish organizing. Bon storage!
With its down-to-earth demeanor, casually collected cool factor, and seriously stunning surroundings, this happily disconnected Northern California cabin puts the "why" in Wi-Fi.
Stitch in Time
A 150-year-old sewing box serves as a common thread between multiple generations.
A SEASONAL COMPENDIUM OF EVERYDAY KNOW-HOW
Portal to the Past
A young family writes the latest chapter of a storied 384-year-old cottage built in the oldest town on Cape Cod.
RAISING the BARN
A Dutch barn from the 1800s enjoys new life as a rustic retreat that welcomes the whole family to come kick up their boots-the muddier, the better.
The Slowing Season
Author Mary Laura Philpott learns the importance of downtime from a turtle who roams and rests in her Tennessee backyard.
Grand Marais, Minnesota
Along the frozen waters of Minnesota's North Shore, a Lake Superior art colony offers wintry woods to explore, cozy respites from the chill, and plenty of places that bolster your creative side.
The Sweet Spot
In southwestern New Hampshire, a sugarer taps into his passion for winters in the woods to create an award-winning maple business.
A Case for Using the Good Stuff
Tabletop enthusiast Kate Holt serves up a compelling argument for both pretty porcelain and fresh produce. (But, really, she had us at burrata.)
After a romp around the ranch, Country Living Contributor Lela Rose invites guests inside the barn to warm up with her menu of wintry day mainstays.
What Is It? What Is It Worth?
Our team of antiques experts weighs in on your treasured finds.
Country Living Magazine Description:
Publisher: Hearst magazines
Country Living magazine celebrates the charm and beauty of rural living, offering a delightful blend of home decor, gardening, recipes, and heartfelt stories that capture the essence of country life. With a history dating back to 1978, Country Living has become a trusted source of inspiration for those seeking a simpler, more authentic lifestyle.
From farmhouse-style decorating ideas and DIY projects to tips for creating a bountiful garden and wholesome recipes made with fresh, seasonal ingredients, Country Living invites readers to embrace the warmth and tranquility of the countryside. With a focus on timeless elegance and rustic charm, this magazine is a cherished companion for those who appreciate the beauty of nature, the comforts of home, and the joy of living in harmony with the land.
Country Living magazine offers a variety of categories that celebrate the idyllic and charming aspects of country life:
1. Home Decor: Discover inspiring ideas for creating a cozy and inviting home with a rustic and country-inspired aesthetic. From farmhouse-style interiors to vintage decor, Country Living provides tips, DIY projects, and expert advice to help you infuse your space with warmth and character.
2. Gardens & Landscaping: Explore the world of gardening with Country Living's tips and advice for creating beautiful outdoor spaces.
3. Recipes & Entertaining: Delight your taste buds with Country Living's collection of delicious recipes made with fresh, seasonal ingredients.
4. Crafts & DIY Projects: From upcycling furniture and creating homemade decorations to crafting personalized gifts, the magazine provides step-by-step instructions and inspiration for embracing your inner artist.
4. Antiques & Collectibles: Explore the world of vintage shopping, learn about identifying and restoring antiques, and get tips for incorporating them into your decor.
6. Rural Living & Lifestyle: Embrace the slower pace and authentic joys of rural living with Country Living's features on country life, profiles of artisans and craftsmen, and stories that celebrate the traditions and values of rural communities.
Immerse yourself in the warmth and beauty of country living with a subscription to Country Living magazine. Let its enchanting categories inspire you to create a home that reflects your love for nature, simplicity, and the timeless charm of the countryside.
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