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Country Living

July/August 2021
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!

The sampler • AN A-TO-Z LOOK AT WHAT’S IN THIS ISSUE, AMONG OTHER SEASONAL NEWS AND NOTES

Country Living

Turn This Scene into a Roomx • A coastal lobster shack serves up ample inspiration for a breezy outdoor gathering spot.

A Timeless Coastal Kitchen • A 200-year-old Martha’s Vineyard cook space maintains its been-around-forever feeling by balancing contemporary conveniences with primitive pieces.

Colonial Comeback • DIY-loving duo Victoria and Marcus Ford have teamed up with Country Living to breathe new life into their 1970s Dutch Colonial-style home. THIS MONTH: beautifying the backyard

Summer Standbys • An embroidered blouse and tie-waist striped shorts make for perfect parade-watching attire.

Gone Fishin’ • Country Living’s “Parties & Picnics” Contributor, Lela Rose, takes to the pier for a leisurely afternoon casting a line.

Bandana Upgrades • The classic kerchief comes in handy for summer projects of all sorts.

A House at the Lake • Time simply moves slower at a home by the water, and these properties are well situated for whiling away summer over 1,000-piece puzzles.

Reimagine & Refresh

Frozen in Time • From colorful cartons to tiny toy trucks, ice-cream collectibles serve up a double scoop of nostalgia.

The Company of Books • Country Living Contributor Mary Randolph Carter invites us into the beautifully crowded stacks of her Upstate New York studio.

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

Catching Waves • Antiques dealer and maritime memorabilia enthusiast Seth Hunter (@tollgaterevival) charts his own collecting course with American yacht flags.

Creature Comforts • The latest and greatest finds for animals and the people who love them

DOGS WELCOME! • If traveling with your pup is a nonnegotiable, these dog-friendly destinations are designed for ruffing it.

CountryLiving • July-August 2021

Greetings from VACATIONLAND • From carefree cabins to laid-back lobster shacks, the state of Maine offers a real lesson in leisure. (With a nickname like Vacationland, how could it not?) Escape to America’s playground for three distinct getaways that showcase the best of downtime Down East.

LOGGING OFF • You could say Maine had them at hello. What began as a one-time trip to meet up with their son turned into a home away from home for two native Texans.

Downtime Down East • Homeowner Lisa Dalton talks pizza, porching, and locally made pottery.

PATINA in the PINES • An antiques-lover finds the ultimate treasure in a 950-sq.-ft. cabin overlooking a tree-lined pond.

Downtime Down East • Homeowner Kathleen Hackett talks lobster, leisure, and lighthouses.

Treasured Island • After fleeing his small lobstering community for the lights of the big city, a creative spirit finds a calling closer to home.

Downtime Down East • Homeowner Carter Smith talks nature hikes, native thrillers, and nonstop games of Bananagrams.

31 days of GRILLING • There’s a smoky summertime magic that an indoor cooktop just can’t conjure. Here, a month’s-worth of ways to enjoy more meals on the grill

THE RECIPE BOX • Assorted How-Tos and Go-Tos from the CL Farmhouse Kitchen

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

simple COUNTRY pleasures


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 108 Publisher: Hearst Edition: July/August 2021

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: June 10, 2021

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!

The sampler • AN A-TO-Z LOOK AT WHAT’S IN THIS ISSUE, AMONG OTHER SEASONAL NEWS AND NOTES

Country Living

Turn This Scene into a Roomx • A coastal lobster shack serves up ample inspiration for a breezy outdoor gathering spot.

A Timeless Coastal Kitchen • A 200-year-old Martha’s Vineyard cook space maintains its been-around-forever feeling by balancing contemporary conveniences with primitive pieces.

Colonial Comeback • DIY-loving duo Victoria and Marcus Ford have teamed up with Country Living to breathe new life into their 1970s Dutch Colonial-style home. THIS MONTH: beautifying the backyard

Summer Standbys • An embroidered blouse and tie-waist striped shorts make for perfect parade-watching attire.

Gone Fishin’ • Country Living’s “Parties & Picnics” Contributor, Lela Rose, takes to the pier for a leisurely afternoon casting a line.

Bandana Upgrades • The classic kerchief comes in handy for summer projects of all sorts.

A House at the Lake • Time simply moves slower at a home by the water, and these properties are well situated for whiling away summer over 1,000-piece puzzles.

Reimagine & Refresh

Frozen in Time • From colorful cartons to tiny toy trucks, ice-cream collectibles serve up a double scoop of nostalgia.

The Company of Books • Country Living Contributor Mary Randolph Carter invites us into the beautifully crowded stacks of her Upstate New York studio.

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

Catching Waves • Antiques dealer and maritime memorabilia enthusiast Seth Hunter (@tollgaterevival) charts his own collecting course with American yacht flags.

Creature Comforts • The latest and greatest finds for animals and the people who love them

DOGS WELCOME! • If traveling with your pup is a nonnegotiable, these dog-friendly destinations are designed for ruffing it.

CountryLiving • July-August 2021

Greetings from VACATIONLAND • From carefree cabins to laid-back lobster shacks, the state of Maine offers a real lesson in leisure. (With a nickname like Vacationland, how could it not?) Escape to America’s playground for three distinct getaways that showcase the best of downtime Down East.

LOGGING OFF • You could say Maine had them at hello. What began as a one-time trip to meet up with their son turned into a home away from home for two native Texans.

Downtime Down East • Homeowner Lisa Dalton talks pizza, porching, and locally made pottery.

PATINA in the PINES • An antiques-lover finds the ultimate treasure in a 950-sq.-ft. cabin overlooking a tree-lined pond.

Downtime Down East • Homeowner Kathleen Hackett talks lobster, leisure, and lighthouses.

Treasured Island • After fleeing his small lobstering community for the lights of the big city, a creative spirit finds a calling closer to home.

Downtime Down East • Homeowner Carter Smith talks nature hikes, native thrillers, and nonstop games of Bananagrams.

31 days of GRILLING • There’s a smoky summertime magic that an indoor cooktop just can’t conjure. Here, a month’s-worth of ways to enjoy more meals on the grill

THE RECIPE BOX • Assorted How-Tos and Go-Tos from the CL Farmhouse Kitchen

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

simple COUNTRY pleasures


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