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.
Put the \"re\" in reorganizing with these clever ways to corral clutter using vintage finds.
Feather Your Nest
Peck away at winter doldrums with a delightful assortment of bird-themed collectibles.
A Horse Stable Turned Host-a-Crowd Kitchen
Earthy textures and polished details bring new life to this Pennsylvania party barn.
All Fired Up
Evoking a rugged, can-do spirit, the humble cast-iron wood stove has been warming homes and hearts since 1642.
A Scandinavian-Inspired Kitchen
Designer Meta Coleman combined elements of assorted design styles to create a Utah kitchen that would feel at home in any era.
Aged to Perfection
Salvaged materials and antiques aplenty help this newly built North Carolina mountain house feel like it’s been sitting pretty for centuries.
Straight Out of a Storybook
When the leaves change and temperatures drop, a Virginia couple heads up country to a mountain cottage so idyllic, you'd half expect the birds to serenade you upon arrival
Bushels of Fun
What good is picking your own apples if you don't celebrate the fruits of your labor? Here, Country Living Contributor Lela Rose invites us to her favorite fall ritual.