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  • What Is It? What Is It Worth?
    OBJECT LESSON: Filson Tin Cloth Cruiser Coat WHAT TO KNOW: In 1897, Clinton C. Filson founded his clothing company, C.C. Filson’s Pioneer Alaska Clothing and Blanket Manufacturers, in Seattle. Aimed at providing protective clothing for Pacific Northwest settlers seeking fortune during the Yukon Gold Rush, the brand later became (and still is!) a staple for avid outdoorsmen and timbermen. Filson’s first patented and most notable piece was the all-weather Cruiser coat, inspired by timber “cruisers” who searched for harvestable timber. The coats were typically made of Mackinaw wool or Tin Cloth (a cotton treated with an oil and wax finish to protect against wind and water), like the 1950s-era one pictured here.
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  • MAKING MERRY IN THE MITTEN STATE
    For a Midwestern farming family of seven, the holiday season calls for hearty helpings of peace, love, and homegrown popcorn.
  • What Is It? What Is It Worth?
    Our team of antiques experts weighs in on your treasured finds.
  • Plaid Tidings at Every Turn
    For textile designer Heather Taylor, an 1,800-square-foot cabin in the heart of California’s San Jacinto Mountains proves the perfect spot to check the halls in her signature cheerful style.
  • COWBOY CHRISTMAS
    A new build in Big Sky Country feels anything but thanks to reclaimed logs, thoughtfully handcrafted touches, and a uniquely rugged approach to revelry.
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  • Put the ROOM back in BATHROOM
    Despite its daily use, the average bathroom can feel as cold as bare feet on a tile floor. Give yours a distinctly country warm-up with these design ideas inspired by your home’s more linger-friendly living spaces.
  • LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PASTURE
    A worn-down, Depression-era cottage reveals its soulful character thanks to the neighboring farm family who brought it back to life.
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  • Distressed Doors
    Nothing documents the ebb and flow of a home’s inhabitants like these patina-rich passageways.
  • A Jewel Box of a Kitchen
    When designer Christina Salway came across this 230-year-old Maine kitchen, she knew looking back was the key to making it shine again.
  • Feeling Folksy
    From stenciled floors to painted furniture, folk art motifs bring a colorful and fanciful flourish to spaces of all sorts.
  • Laying the Groundwork
    Down a pea gravel path on a New England farm, a shingled garden house makes for ideal shedquarters for two dawn-to-dusk gardeners.
  • The Out Back Q&A
    Grab a wicker garden chair and a glass of wine and settle in with Bill Reynolds as he talks about the joys of getting your hands in the dirt.
  • A Stately Queen Anne
    With their intricately spindled porches and castle-like charm (turrets, anyone?), these Victorian-era head-turners are ready for your royal DIY treatment.
  • The Bee’s Knees
    Prior to the invention of the Langstroth wood hive, bee skeps served as homes for domesticated colonies of the honey-producing insects. Typically handcoiled from wheat straw, rye, and other natural materials, the upturned baskets provided a dark, dry space for bees to form their honeycomb. I
  • Acquired Taste
    Thanks to a keen eye and expert curation, the breakfast room of designer Max Sinsteden’s 1920s Rhode Island cottage goes from a blah blank slate to a corner chock-full of charm.
  • What Is It? What Is It Worth?
    Our team of antiques experts weighs in on your treasured finds.
  • Better with Biscuits
    These blessedly buttery variations on a country table mainstay are sure to rise to any occasion.
  • Crowning Achievement
    A bespoke hatmaker mixes Western influences with Southern hospitality at her country workshop in central Mississippi.
  • Apalachicola, Florida
    In an oft-overlooked portion of the Florida Panhandle, a quaint fishing community happily maintains its coastal-meets-country charm. (Just don’t let the word get out.)
  • LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PASTURE
    A worn-down, Depression-era cottage reveals its soulful character thanks to the neighboring farm family who brought it back to life.
  • A New Chapter
    Down an unassuming dirt road in the heart of the upper Michigan countryside, a humble 100-year-old farmhouse beautifully showcases the stories of families past while making room for plot twists of the present.
  • Put the ROOM back in BATHROOM
    Despite its daily use, the average bathroom can feel as cold as bare feet on a tile floor. Give yours a distinctly country warm-up with these design ideas inspired by your home’s more linger-friendly living spaces.
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