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 November in the Country! • This issue is best enjoyed on a leather chair with a plaid blanket while eating pecan pie.
Simple Country Pleasures
Rumpled Sofas • Nothing says “sink right in” like a couch that’s just a little unkempt.
Hang Time • Born of practicality, the humble, wall-mounted plate rack is seeing a resurgence among those who crave a more collected kitchen.
A Home from the 1800s • With handcrafted details and timeworn materials, these century-old (and then some!) houses have seen a heckuva lot of history.
Bread Winners • For beautified baking surroundings, these crusty collectibles will rise to the occasion.
Photo Ops • Your family pictures deserve better than a back-of-the-drawer designation.
Five More Excuses to Pull Out the Old Photo Albums • There’s something reassuring about surrounding yourself with loved ones past and present.
What Is It? What Is It Worth? • Our team of antiques experts weighs in on your treasured finds.
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Better with Sage • Why stop at the stuffing? This fragrant, hearty herb also adds richness and warmth to cocktails, appetizers, and other crowd-pleasers.
A Ranch Thanksgiving • When the third Thursday of November rolls around, CL Contributor Lela Rose takes to Texas for a down-home feast complete with a casual table and crowd-pleasing fare.
Talking Turkey • LELA’S TIPS FOR A DOWN-HOME HOLIDAY
So Much Pie! • Grab your fork—it’s pie o’clock somewhere!—and take a road trip through some of our region’s richest seasonal flavors.
A Fresh Start • Two Boston-area restaurateurs swap the bustle of the city for a slower pace with a historic farm in New Hampshire’s Mt. Washington Valley.
Hermann, Missouri • The jewel of the Missouri Rhineland willkommens fall visitors with wineries, wurst hauses, and dozens of other delightful ways to enjoy its German heritage.
RT Lodge • Located in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, a rustic Maryville, Tennessee, retreat offers a woodsy respite and hearty farm-to-table fare for travelers of all types.
Tough Love • Affection doesn’t always come easy with writer Sandy Hingston’s cantankerous house cat. Somehow, that makes her dear.
Stitch It Yourself!
a different kind of SOUL SEARCHING • Not long after downsizing to a New York City apartment, novelist Jean Hanff Korelitz and her husband, Irish poet Paul Muldoon, encountered a plot twist that even they didn’t see coming.
HUNTING GROUND • Filled with vintage finds and assorted collections, this former sporting property situated on a 10-acre pecan grove in the Mississippi Delta is now an ode to hunting of another sort.
INSPIRED BY THE DELTA • Rachel and Holly looked to the earthy hues of the Mississippi Delta region to create a colorful yet cohesive design scheme using paint colors
ALMANAC • A SEASONAL COMPENDIUM OF EVERYDAY KNOW-HOW
COUNTRY CALENDAR • These fall celebrations promise one shell of a good time.
Heirloom Inspired • Add a hint of nostalgia to your interiors with historically minded hues.
Chair Backs • It’ll now make sense when Aunt Ida says: “I saved you a fiddle.”
BIRD FEEDER BLOCKADE • To keep hungry squirrels at bay, simply look to a classic children’s toy.
Hand-Painted Platter • This pretty piece of pottery will do your turkey proud.
Ripe for the Pickin’
Ask a Country Vet • Country Living’s resident veterinarian, Dr. Tricia Earley, separates fur fact from...