Victoria Meale has created a kitchen that provides the perfect setting for family life. She explained the thinking behind it to Amelia Thorpe.
'What I find fascinating about Parmigianino’s self-portrait is that its main feature is not his face, but his hands, the tools of his trade'
John Lewis-Stempel appreciates the calm tranquillity of woodland as he wanders through his own treasured Cockshutt Wood.
This week's Living National Treasure is royal florist Shane Connolly – and while he might be based in Britain, he's in demand around the world. He spoke to Tessa Waugh;…
Non Morris is enchanted to learn about the twice-over extraordinary restoration of an Anglesey garden by its owner, who ‘fell for its romantic charm.’
Times change, things move on... but some things are always worth cherishing. Here's Country Life's advice on the wedding traditions that still have a place, and those that you can…
Mark Diacono extolls the virtues homegrown rhubarb and reveals how to get the best out of your crop.
Jon Hare takes a look at an exhaustive new book chronicling some of the greatest rides ever taken on horseback.
Country Life rounds up the best things to see, do and book this week.
The Country Life issue for March 14 2018 has advice on getting married, country houses that are just the right size and tips on how to cook the perfect steak.
Jane Barlow of the Press Association was named Royal Photographer of the Year on Monday night. Here's a selection of some of her finest pictures of the Royal Family.
Balthazar Fabricius of Fitzdares offers his tips for this week's Cheltenham Festival – just don't expect him to wish you luck.
There’s no such thing as a safe bet in racing, but Marcus Armytage highlights the potentially thrilling and moving stories that could come out of next week’s Cheltenham National Hunt…
'The melancholy of his expression in Orpen’s painting fills me with nostalgia for my grandparents’ home'
Every year, Pashley Manor's stunning tulip festival attracts people from across the world to enjoy these beautiful blooms in a perfect English country setting. We've picked out some wonderful images…
The witch, the trickster, the fertility symbol and the real Easter Bunny: Marianne Taylor explores the enduring magic of the brown hare.
There is only one company left in Britain still producing hand-made bricks – and their customers include the likes of Hampton Court. Tessa Waugh spoke to the gentlemen of H. G.…
Country Life's experts have delved into their little black books to bring you the finest architects, builders, interior decorators and garden designers in Britain.
Catch up on the best houses that have come up for sale via Country Life in the last few weeks.
Take a look at the 19 best photographs of Scotland taken in 2017.