Don’t miss the delights of our special Antiques Issue—brimming with cherished collectibles and secret sources! Follow the Georgia Antiques Trail in pursuit of heirloom treasures, and explore a museum in Holland dedicated to the history and everyday elegance of the purse. Entrepreneur Kim Faison shares her passion for crossing oceans in search of finds to fill her Virginia shop with European furnishings. Visit the home, gardens, and studio of Vermont fiber artist Judith Reilly, whose internationally recognized works blend technical expertise and childlike intuition. Plus: Favorite Things showcases a gathering of coastal finds displayed in the seaside cottage of designer Kathy Pinkerton.
Take a closer look at some of our favorite July/August features:
An Artist’s Abode
Her upbringing on a Hudson Valley dairy farm serves as muse for multimedia creator, Judith Reilly. From vegetables in her garden to a bee in flight, nature inspires her artistry.
Summer Days Gone By
Delicacies filled with fresh fruits seem the epitome of the summer season. Our mouthwatering treats will be a welcomed addition to the menu of any festive gathering.
From the Heart
Since she was very young, Rose Ann Kendrick has been a connoisseur of all things collectible. Enjoy her treasures that include eclectic charmers and inherited keepsakes.
Coming up Roses
Shirley Kaplan’s Connecticut cottage brings to mind an idyllic English countryside escape. Her use of floral patterns throughout the home is a nod to her British heritage.
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This was the best issue ever! I am in love with Judith Reilly’s work. Although, you can tell it isn’t work, but a love and passion for her. It so motivated me! I have been cutting and quilting since I bought this issue at Barnes & Noble!
I can’t wait for this issue to arrive in the mail. Look at all of those bright colors in her quilts!