Country Sampler's Home Tour Edition 2015
All New 2015 Country Sampler's Home Tours Issue
Now in a larger format with more pages and more photos, the 2015 issue of Country Sampler's Home Tours has all the the inspiration you need to decorate all year long.
Growing Along with It
Bring a breath of fresh -- and decorative! -- air to your outdoor spaces with colorful container gardens, unique flower patch accessories and a bounty of beautiful blooms.
Give a newly built home country character with rustic furniture and favorite collections of antiques and accessories.
A Full Plate
Capture a country-cottage vibe with advice from New Jersey homeowners who relish the comfortable, old-fashioned charm of their circa-1949 home.
A Soft Touch
Pair upcycled treasures and a pretty palette to turn your home into a sweet escape, as a Kansas artist and blogger did in her own Midwestern masterpiece. Bonus: Click here to download instructions for printing on fabric using freezer paper.
Say "ahoy!" to antique coastal style with ideas from a Nantucket house that has a rich history and a delightful coastal ambience.
Take notes on honoring history via design from a New Jersey couple who traded in their small empty-nester home for an 18th-century Colonial gem. Bonus: Click here to read instructions for hanging a grid-style wall display.
Let in Some Light
Punctuate white surroundings with carefully chosen color to create a serene space, as seen in this calm Colorado home.
Prescription for Style
Channel your creative impulses to repurpose old goods with inspiration from Delaware homeowners passionate about primitives and pharmacy collectibles.
Changing for the Better
Pull together a collected-over-time scheme by combining weathered walls, primitive pieces, country collections and a few finer things, as seen in this Colonial-infused Ohio home.
A Story to Tell
Reverse the clock in any space with this Ohio homeowner's helpful hints for inviting primitive character into your home. Win! Enter here for your chance to win a handcrafted make-do desk full of prim style.
Get inspiration for decor reminiscent of simpler times from a traditional log home boasting a cozy primitive treatment.
Nothing Could be Better
Realize a down-home Christmas vision by adorning your rooms with handmade decorations full of rustic character. Bonus: Click here to download instructions for crafting poinsettia ornaments.
Use a soothing palette to highlight snowflake-themed holiday decor amid a blend of primitive and transitional styles.