Country Life - 22 November 2017 (CL221117)

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Country Life issue CL221117 published by Time Inc.

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Country Life November 22 2017 is our sensational restoration number featuring 70 years of listings; perfect picture hanging; plus Nature’s big sleep. Find out more here: ARCHITECTURE: Shanks, a magnificent Somerset house, has been reintegrated to become a coherent modern home, finds John Martin Robinson GARDENS: A former Hampshire stockyard, with interesting historical references, is now the setting for a fine contemporary garden, finds Kathryn Bradley-Hole CRICKET: Roderick Easdale explains the significance of the first match in the new Ashes series THE BIG SLEEP: Ian Morton wonders whether humans can learn anything from animal hibernation COUNTRY HOUSES FOUNDATION AWARD: John Goodall meets grateful recipients of a Country Houses Foundation award LISTED BUILDINGS: Roger Bowdler charts the 70-ear history of listing buildings THE PRICE OF PERFECTION: Pippa Cuckson finds out what it’s like to play a million-pound violin LIVING NATIONAL TREASURE: The cricket-bat maker FAVOURITE PAINTING: Xavier Bray, the director of the Wallace Collection chooses a tiny work that transports him to an enchanting Italian landscape BEDTIME LUXURY: A duck-feather-filled eiderdown is the height of bedtime luxury, says Tessa Waugh INTERIORS: Bunny Turner turns a bedroom into a private gallery and framing consultant Marcus Wells advises on the perfect hang, plus Giles Kime on the new country-house paint palette TRAVEL: New York and Lech COOKING: Simon Hopkinson does some delicious things with duck pâté

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Publisher TI Media
Title Country Life
Frequency Weekly
Sector Lifestyle
Date 22 Nov 2017
Month November
Year 2017