Country Living

Country Living

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by Hearst
     
 

Current Issue: March 2016

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Country Living delivers in-depth home editorial balanced with features on cooking & entertaining, gardening, collecting and travel.

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Hearst
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Current Issue:
March 2016
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COUNTRY LIVING 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 143 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My mom used to subscribe to this magazine and I still enjoy looking at her old copies. I didn't keep the subscription because I find a lot of the ideas repetitive, but overall, a good magazine.
Romancier More than 1 year ago
I live in a 1904 Prarie-Sytle Foursquare in Elgin, IL, and this magazine has interesting tips/style choices for the home. I must admit that many of the ideas are "girly", but my house is so masculinely built (architect Louis Sullivan) the girly decor adds a nice balance.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have been getting Country Living for a while now. I complained about not getting it in color a few months ago. Customer Service gave me Nook Student to help. It didn't. I still only get it in black and white on my laptop which is a Toshiba Satellite. So I am cancelling the subscription because I can not get the magazine in color.
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Not as good as it used to be several years ago. Too many advertisements.
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I love the magazine, just not on a small screen.
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Country Living is a great magazine, but the digital version does not offer anything beyond what the print version offers. Since it is much more affordable to get the print version, I'm cancelling my digital subscription. For a similar magazine in a digital version, I would recommend Better Homes & Gardens, which offers really neat extras like how-to videos. I hope the staff at Country Living puts together a more dynamic digital version for future issues.
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Always enjoy articles and ideas it gives me!
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