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About Country Living

Country Living Magazine is edited for readers who appreciate the traditions of the country, wherever they may live. Each issue of Country Living Magazine brings a country approach to a wide range of topics, from decorating, building, and restoring old homes to cooking, entertaining, gardening, travel and more.

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3.6 out of 5

Based on 34 reviews

3% would recommend this item to a friend.

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1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful

1 out of 5

So disappointed.


Since the new editor a few years ago, the magazine is awful .Country is Country, almost no country homes or decorating, Used to love the landscapes, not there anymore. First year in 30, that I am not going to subscribe. So disappointed.

Would you recommend this product to a friend? No

5 out of 5

Country Living


First time I ever read the magazine. Enjoyed the Dollhouse article. Amazing the prices. Great article on miniature houses. Also enjoyed the decorating ideas.

Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes


1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful

1 out of 5

Goodby Country Living


I have saved every issue 1994. I LOVED this magazine. But it's not the same anymore. It lost all it's class. The paper is cheap....the content is terrible....there are half the pages there use to be and the country has left the building.

Would you recommend this product to a friend? No


2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful

1 out of 5

Going downhill fast


I have been a long time subscriber and have saved issues since 2008. I am sad to say after trying to tough it out I will be cancelling my subscription. I used to look forward to each issue, and now I thumb through the non-country pages filled with buyers guides for things few would want and over staged scenes that have no character or life. I understand ads are needed for revenue, but on the few pages that aren't ads the content is simply not there. I had given subscriptions as gifts in the past but simply stopped about 2 years ago and am now sad to say goodbye to what had been my favorite magazine.

Would you recommend this product to a friend? No


2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful

1 out of 5

If I could give NO stars - I would.


This is so SAD - this magazine has been bad since the editor was replaced a few years ago. I am throwing in the towel on it sadly it is just a waste of time and money. On it's BEST day it reminds me of Better Homes and Gardens, but at least that magazine has some interesting features and interiors. The last copy I will buy is just Hiddeous - the Country Living House of the year is a NIGHTMARE- have you seen the kitchen ? Holy Cats and Dogs living together ???? Wow...just wow.


2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful

1 out of 5



One primitive antique every twenty pages does not a Country Living Magazine make. The entire front of the magazine is full page after full page of ads. Very hard to find the articles...both of them. The Editor, Sarah Something Miller, I DOUBT has ever even been in the 'Country'. Pretentious, and tries to be something 'New' and 'Modern'. If you want 'New' and 'Modern', then pick another magazine, like "New Decor" or "Modern Decor". NOT WHAT I WANT. This issue drove me to go dig in a closet and find some older Country Living Magazines...they were stunning! All of what "Country" is about. You don't have to be stilted to be FRESH. I have very clean line furniture with my beautiful Primitive Folk Art and baskets, and great primitive side tables and stools. Step aside, Sarah Something Miller, let us Pros show you how to do it! I would fire you on the spot! Last of Country Living Magazine getting my dollars. Sadly, I would rather see Country Living die than see it butchered. R.I.P.

5 out of 5

My Favorite


I love this magazine and pretty much can read it all in one sitting. Nice layout and photos and articles that interest me. This is the one magazine that I don't cut up and save articles from, then pass along. I keep the entire magazine!

4 out of 5

"home decorating in the country style"


THis amgazine has fresh ideas for using items you may already have and repurposing other items. Nice layout, lots of photos!


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