The Well-Lived Life
Few magazines can lay claim to a century of history and published work by the extraordinary photographers and writers of House & Garden. Now, straight from the pages of this beloved periodical, The Well-Lived Life presents a lavish chronicle of a country and a culture coming into its own, documenting America's continuing education in matters of house, home, and garden, and the changing definition of home. It also illuminates the joys Americans have always found in the outdoors. Above all, this volume illustrates the abiding affection we have for how and where we make our lives.