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Country Living

October 2019

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!

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United States
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English
Verlag:
Hearst
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IN DIESER AUSGABE

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the sampler

A Welcome Note Fall is my favorite season, partly because those not-too-hot, not-too-cold, don-your-flannel days are few and far between. (That’s my family dressed as “Goldilocks and the 3 Barretts” on a bafflingly warm Halloween!) So when that autumn magic does strike, there’s an urgency to live in the moment—to go to the pumpkin patch, to sip the cider, to gather ye gourds before Mariah’s “All I Want for Christmas” is on radio repeat. And no one feels this seasonal urgency like magazine editors. Because we print the October issue in mid-summer, we must photograph fall stories a year in advance if we want to take advantage of the nursery’s pumpkin plethora or capture fall foliage in its full glory. (One exception: The pumpkin vines on page 47 were plucked from…

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country living

Rachel Hardage Barrett EDITOR-IN-CHIEF EXECUTIVE EDITOR Laura Kostelny DESIGN DIRECTOR Erynn Hedrick Hassinger MANAGING EDITOR Amy Lowe Mitchell EDITORIAL FOOD & CRAFTS DIRECTOR Charlyne Mattox HOMES EDITOR Jennifer Kopf ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR Katie Bowlby COPY/RESEARCH EDITOR Ashley Leath EDITORIAL ASSISTANT Natalie Schumann STYLE & MARKET STYLE DIRECTOR Cate Geiger Kalus STYLE & MARKET EDITOR Alison Allsopp STYLE EDITOR/STAFF STYLIST Carmen Collins STYLE & MARKET ASSISTANT Sara Clark ART DEPUTY ART DIRECTOR Maribeth Jones ASSISTANT ART DIRECTORS Leah Hall, Julia Ludlam DIGITAL IMAGING SPECIALISTS Steve Fusco, Matthew Montesano PHOTO PHOTOGRAPHER Brian Woodcock PHOTO EDITOR Kate Phillips PHOTO ASSISTANT Ian Palmer ONLINE DIGITAL DIRECTOR Michelle Profis DEPUTY EDITOR Ivy Jacobson Ford SENIOR EDITOR Megan Stein LIFESTYLE EDITOR Rebekah Lowin CONTENT STRATEGY EDITOR Kelly O’Sullivan STAFF WRITER Blair Donovan EDITORIAL ASSISTANT Jennifer Aldrich CONTRIBUTORS Lauren Akins, Marsha Bemko, Heather Bullard, Catherine Burke, Mary Randolph Carter, Marsha Dixey, Helaine Fendelman, Elizabeth Finkelstein, David Hillegas, Elizabeth Jenkins, Richard Kollath, Stephanie Gibson Lepore, Edward McCann, Caroline Collins McKenzie, Bene…

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best new picks for pets

WIN THIS SOFA! SEE PG. 102 CANINE-LOVERS’ CARRYALL 1. Sea Bags Sail Tote The Portland, Maine-based company is well-known for its handcrafted sailcloth totes with hefty handles, and the company’s newest collection allows pet owners to pay homage to their favorite breed. (Choose from 15 or go custom.) $160; seabags.com MOST FUR-FRIENDLY FURNITURE 2. Floyd “The Sofa” When direct-to-consumer furniture company Floyd found that 65 percent of its customers live with dogs, they dreamed up this stain-resistant style that comes in four colors and ships free. $1,490; floydhome.com BEST LITTER BOX BUY 3. Catalyst Cat Litter This earth-friendly formula (in eye-pleasing packaging!) is made from upcycled soft wood. $13; catalystpet.com PROVEN PET HAIR ELIMINATOR 4. Dustbuster AdvancedClean+ Pet Hand Vacuum This 20-volt handheld has anti-tangle rubber bristles designed to lift even the most stubborn strands. $80; blackanddecker.com CUTEST COSTUME FIX 5. SilverPaw Hotdog You can’t…

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a cozy breakfast room

COUNTRY CLASSIC WOOD-BURNING STOVES With their distinctive shapes and energy-efficiency, freestanding cast-iron stoves have been warming hearths—and hearts—for over a century. BOOK SMARTS THE ART OF EFFORTLESS Featuring 16 recent projects, Tom’s latest design book, Tom Scheerer: More Decorating, is a master class in easy, unpretentious style. STATEMENT-MAKER WELL-ROUNDED WALLPAPER Tom took inspiration from vintage embroidery to dream up the black-and-white “Cecil” wallpaper (quadrillefabrics.com). “It’s cheerful without being flowery,” he says. The round motif off sets the square flooring; wood wainscoting tempers the pattern play. SPLURGE VS. SAVE MODERN WINDSORS Simple Shaker-inspired lines and a bold coat of color bring a fresh look to the classic spindled chair, providing a counterbalance to the room’s more traditional elements, such as the antique dining table. STORAGE STAPLE ACCORDION RACK The more the merrier when it comes to layering this hardworking adjustable hanger, making it the ideal…

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see the pages of country living come to life!

GREAT SHOPPING • SEMINARS & DEMONSTRATIONS • DELICIOUS FOOD • WORKSHOPS Columbus, OH September 13, 14, 15 Ohio Village Atlanta, GA October 25, 26, 27 Stone Mountain Park Participating Sponsor: SPECIAL GUESTS KATIE BAKER Barn Quilt Creator, Antiques Enthusiast (OH, GA) NANCY FULLER Food Network Star & Author of Farmhouse Rules (OH, GA) LIZ MARIE GALVAN Author, Blogger, Shop Proprietress (GA) JUNK GYPSIES Purveyors of the World’s Finest Junk & Authors of Junk Gypsy (OH) KIM LEGGETT Founder of City Farmhouse, Antiques Enthusiast, Author and Interior Designer (OH, GA) CHARLYNE MATTOX Food and Crafts Director of Country Living (OH, GA) MELINDA MCCOY Creator of House 214 Design (OH) KIMBERLY SCHLAPMAN Little Big Town Vocalist and Author of the Best-Selling Cookbook, Oh Gussie! (OH) ANNIE SLOAN Creator of Chalk Paint® (OH) DISCOUNT ADVANCE TICKETS ON SALE NOW! Visit stellashows.com for tickets, lodging, and vendor application. Visit countryliving.com/fair and follow us on Instagram @countrylivingmag for more info. (And tag #CLFAIR in your photos!)…

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diy wreaths

RETRO CANDY Gather an assortment of old-fashioned candies (candywarehouse.com) in autumnal shades such as yellow, orange, and magenta. Wrap a 14-inch foam wreath form in white ribbon. Attach candy with hot-glue, layering and overlapping as you go. Finish with a yellow burlap bow. TWINE SPIDERWEB Tie six pieces of white string across a 14-inch foam wreath form, making sure to loop each one at the midway point of the first piece attached to create a central point. (This is the base of the web and should have 12 “spokes.”) Tie a long piece of string to the center point; weave and loop from the center out to create the web. If you run out of string, tie another piece to the end and continue weaving. When you reach the wreath form, tie off…

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