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 October in the Country! • This issue is best enjoyed in a rocking chair by awood stovewhile wearing a flannel shirt.
Simple Country Pleasures
Faded Furniture • Patinaed paint is a reminder that even case goods can age gracefully.
What Your Paint Can Tell You
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.
All Fired Up • Evoking a rugged, can-do spirit, the humble cast-iron wood stove has been warming homes and hearts since 1642.
Burn, Baby, Burn • Here, an at-a-glance guide to common cast-iron wood stove styles from the last 300 years
A Cozy Cabin Retreat • From farmland to mountainside, these inviting homes beckon you to unplug, unwind, and reconnect with the breathtaking beauty of nature all around.
Pumpkin Pickin’ • For a seasonal display with vintage charm, pair your favorite finds with fall gourds.
What Is It? What Is It Worth? • Our team of antiques experts weighs in on your treasured finds.
Acorn Squash • Roasted, steamed, or baked, the lesser-celebrated acorn squash gives pumpkin a run for its rind.
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.
Core Curriculum • LELA’S PICKS FOR A HAPPY HARVEST
Concord Grape Pie
Room to Grow • For a Pennsylvania couple, a fieldstone farm provides the ideal setting to expand their vintage rental business—and give their dogs freedom to frolic.
Andes, New York • The rolling hills of a former dairy community in the Catskills of New York are now home to a bounty of makers and creators—and plenty of opportunities for top-notch antiquing.
A Forever Sidekick • For author Lara Prescott, a four-legged family member proves a steadfast companion through the journey of her son’s adoption.
Country Living • October 2022
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 halfexpect the birds to serenade you upon arrival.
Cabin Fever • An Upstate New York designer breathes new life into a dark, dated, stuck-in-the-’70s cabin with tonal textures and a fresh take on rustic.
ALMANAC • A SEASONAL COMPENDIUM OF EVERYDAY KNOW-HOW
COUNTRY CALENDAR • These destination corn mazes are open for exploration throughout the month of October.
Cabin Corners • Look for these common stacking styles while scoping out log cabins (pg. 18).
Leaf Peepin’ • These cozy paint hues evoke the changing shades of the autumn forest.
Build a Better Leaf Pile • Make seasonal yard cleanup a breeze with these clever corralling tips.
Sweater Weather • Rhode Island clothier Kiel James Patrick serves up the perfect woven pullover for every fall occasion. $128 each, kjp.com.
ASK A COUNTRY VET • Country Living’s resident veterinarian, Dr. Tricia Earley, separates fur fact from fiction.
PRIZE RECIPES • WINNING FARE TO MAKE AND SHARE
GH+ Exclusive Guides and Challenges • Insider bonus content you'll love from Good Housekeeping'smembership club GH+!
RESOURCES • YOUR GO-TO GUIDE FOR REPLICATING THE LOOKS IN THIS ISSUE
Lucky Ducks • As far as accessories go, nothing is as sure-footed as a dependable pair of boots.
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