Country Life April 5 2017 is our beautiful interiors number featuring England’s most beautiful rooms plus Tara Fitzgerald and the secrets of dew. Find out more here:
ARCHITECTURE: John Goodall appraises the complex development of the university’s Divinity School.
GARDENS: Non Morris visits the magnificently reinvigorated walled garden at Glenarm Castle, Northern Island.
INTERVIEW: Tara Fitzgerald talks to Jack Watkins about getting older and the 20th anniversary of Brassed Off.
MORNING DEW: The glistening morning dew heralds a glorious day, says an enraptured Antony Woodward.
GRAND NATIONAL: Marcus Armytage celebrates the notable Grand National anniversaries.
SPACE ODYSSEY: Arabella Youens reveals how Philippa Thorp transformed her Grade II-listed house in Hampshire.
ENGLISH INTERIORS: John Goodall explains how Country Life pioneered the art of capturing England’s most beautiful rooms.
WALLPAPER: The legacy of Colefax & Fowler.
PICK OF PIMLICO ROAD: How the road and its environs became one of London’s hottest new design destinations. Arabella Youens reports.
INTERIORS: Best bar carts, latest news and Inside Track.
COOKING: Delicious recipes with rhubarb from our Kitchen Garden Cook.
PROPERTY: A €2 million budget goes a long way in Ireland, reveals Penny Churchill and Annunciata Walton finds stylish houses under £1 million.
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