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Country Living

Mar 01 2022
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!

Welcome to March in the Country! • This issue is best enjoyed in a window nook with a rescue dog while sipping iced tea.

Country Living

Simple Country Pleasures

Weathered Work Islands • Embellished with nicks and scratches from dishes gone by, a timeworn kitchen centerpiece sets a soulful tone.

Claw-Foot Tubs • Sinking into one of these stately soakers is the ultimate in self-care.

A Bistro-Inspired Before & After • Designer Alison Giese gives a cramped 1990s-era cook space airy Parisian appeal.

A Fixer-Upper Farmhouse • They may need a lot of elbow grease, but these “packed with potential” houses boast the architectural details old home lovers ooh and aah about.

Come On In! • From ornate mail slots to humble hinges, vintage door hardware adds more warmth to your welcome.

New Ideas for Vintage Corbels • With their chippy paint layers and curvy shapes, these millwork mainstays can be repurposed throughout the house.

Go Picking Like a Pro! • See what Liz Marie Galvan, author of the new book Cozy White Cottage Seasons, couldn’t pass up while antiquing around her local Grand Rapids, Michigan.

What Is It? What Is It Worth? • Our team of antiques experts weighs in on your treasured finds.

Radishes • This peppery root vegetable is synonymous with springtime and a Beatrix Potter page-turner.

Actress Tia Mowry • The cookbook author talks keeping it simple and the joys of spatula singing.

Birds of a Feather • Country Living Contributor Lela Rose showcases the art of “winging it” with her delightfully laid-back early-spring fling.

Nesting Instincts • LELA’S ADVICE FOR RULING THE ROOST

Key Lime Slab Pie

Loom with a View • In Northern Vermont, a textile artist weaves a life from community, craft, and days spent tending a 19th-century farm.

Narrowsburg, New York • In the western Catskills, a tiny Sullivan County river town and its surrounding hamlets offer good eats, beautiful antiques, and greenery as far as the eye can see.

The Cornell Inn • In the heart of the Berkshires, a historic Lenox, Massachusetts, B&B undergoes a monumental makeover.

Within These Walls • A raucous scurry of squirrels reminds writer Kristin van Ogtrop that even our most private spaces are seldom ours alone.

Country Living March 2022

BURIED TREASURE • One of the oldest Cape cottages in Provincetown, Massachusetts, returns to its nautical roots thanks to the San Francisco couple who rescued it with help from family and friends.

Third Time's the Charm • After restoring two historic homes, a Nantucket couple puts their hard-earned know-how to use on a character-rich keeper.

ALMANAC • A SEASONAL COMPENDIUM OF EVERYDAY KNOW-HOW

PRIZE RECIPES • WINNING FARE TO MAKE AND SHARE

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

Tip o’ the Hat • An embroidered and embellished flat cap pays tribute to a larger-than-life family member.


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 96 Publisher: Hearst Edition: Mar 01 2022

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  • Release date: January 27, 2022

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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!

Welcome to March in the Country! • This issue is best enjoyed in a window nook with a rescue dog while sipping iced tea.

Country Living

Simple Country Pleasures

Weathered Work Islands • Embellished with nicks and scratches from dishes gone by, a timeworn kitchen centerpiece sets a soulful tone.

Claw-Foot Tubs • Sinking into one of these stately soakers is the ultimate in self-care.

A Bistro-Inspired Before & After • Designer Alison Giese gives a cramped 1990s-era cook space airy Parisian appeal.

A Fixer-Upper Farmhouse • They may need a lot of elbow grease, but these “packed with potential” houses boast the architectural details old home lovers ooh and aah about.

Come On In! • From ornate mail slots to humble hinges, vintage door hardware adds more warmth to your welcome.

New Ideas for Vintage Corbels • With their chippy paint layers and curvy shapes, these millwork mainstays can be repurposed throughout the house.

Go Picking Like a Pro! • See what Liz Marie Galvan, author of the new book Cozy White Cottage Seasons, couldn’t pass up while antiquing around her local Grand Rapids, Michigan.

What Is It? What Is It Worth? • Our team of antiques experts weighs in on your treasured finds.

Radishes • This peppery root vegetable is synonymous with springtime and a Beatrix Potter page-turner.

Actress Tia Mowry • The cookbook author talks keeping it simple and the joys of spatula singing.

Birds of a Feather • Country Living Contributor Lela Rose showcases the art of “winging it” with her delightfully laid-back early-spring fling.

Nesting Instincts • LELA’S ADVICE FOR RULING THE ROOST

Key Lime Slab Pie

Loom with a View • In Northern Vermont, a textile artist weaves a life from community, craft, and days spent tending a 19th-century farm.

Narrowsburg, New York • In the western Catskills, a tiny Sullivan County river town and its surrounding hamlets offer good eats, beautiful antiques, and greenery as far as the eye can see.

The Cornell Inn • In the heart of the Berkshires, a historic Lenox, Massachusetts, B&B undergoes a monumental makeover.

Within These Walls • A raucous scurry of squirrels reminds writer Kristin van Ogtrop that even our most private spaces are seldom ours alone.

Country Living March 2022

BURIED TREASURE • One of the oldest Cape cottages in Provincetown, Massachusetts, returns to its nautical roots thanks to the San Francisco couple who rescued it with help from family and friends.

Third Time's the Charm • After restoring two historic homes, a Nantucket couple puts their hard-earned know-how to use on a character-rich keeper.

ALMANAC • A SEASONAL COMPENDIUM OF EVERYDAY KNOW-HOW

PRIZE RECIPES • WINNING FARE TO MAKE AND SHARE

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

Tip o’ the Hat • An embroidered and embellished flat cap pays tribute to a larger-than-life family member.


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