Country Life October 18 2017

Country Life October 18 2017 is our inspiring interiors special which aims to solve all your design dilemmas. Find out more here:

ARCHITECTURE: Cumberland Lodge, an educational foundation set in tranquil Windsor Great Park, is 70. John Goodall explores its history

GARDENS: Angelica Gray visits a rose-scented garden in Marrakesh

PENNY MORRISON’S PAD: Far from the madding crowd So what if your colours don’t match? Arabella Youens visits interior designer Penny Morrison’s heavenly house

DESTINATION: Arabella Youens explores the King’s Road, now a design destination

DESIGN DILEMMAS: Solving the top 10 decorating issues

TAXIDERMY: Nick Hammond meets a master of the art of taxidermy

SUCKLING PIG: Superb suckling pig always makes Nick Hammond want to pig out

LIVING NATIONAL TREASURE: The master arrowsmith

INTERVIEW: Actor Peter Davison talks to Jack Watkins about life beyond TV

FAVOURITE PAINTING: The interior designer Guy Goodfellow chooses a ‘transfixing’ re-creation of a French School harem pose

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FLOWER ARRANGING: Create this spectacular autumn flower arrangement

TRAVEL: Tessa Waugh heads to the Highlands and James Fisher explores São Paulo

COOKING: Melanie Johnson bakes pizza with a beetroot crust

MOTORING: The refreshed Volkswagen Golf GTI is still a classy act, says Charles Rangeley-Wilson

COLUMNIST OF THE YEAR: John Lewis-Stempel and Snoopy the terrier sample the sights and smells of a hedgerow walk

PERFORMING ARTS: Michael Billington compares two plays written 64 years apart

WILDLIFE: The dandyish jay by David Profumo

HERITAGE APPLES: Steven Desmond savours Brogdale’s collection of heritage apples

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