Through the Country Door Catalog

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Through the Country Door Catalog

Through the Country Door catalog shows you a world of warmth and charm to greet the eye. Imagine the aroma of freshly baked goodies from our recipe selection, or charming sweaters and nighties for the family. With inspiring decorating ideas for your living space as well as toys for kids and pets, Through the Country Door catalog will fulfill your every need.

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Past Catalog Review... 2013 Summer

Country Door for the summer 2013 season is beautiful, light, colorful and airy. Makes you dream of the wonderful warm season to come and being able to decorate your home to match this wonderful time of year. Bring the comfort of your living room out into the warmth and sunshine! Sunny new style is just ahead with outdoor furniture, garden decor and fresh accents - perfect for turning your home into a comfortable summertime retreat.

Page 9 brings a beautiful looking screen door plant shelf. Brimming with vintage appeal it makes for a charming backdrop for colorful potted plants.

This catalog brings inspiring ideas, curb appeal thoughts, ways to wake up a room, and cheery and charming decor for the whole house.

2012 Fall Catalog

The cover of this new Country Door presents itself with a subtle, rustic charm. It makes you sort of want to live right in the photo. Not a bad way to appeal to customers and make them flip the pages.

The colors, photos, cute little decor items all come together in these spreads and shout Autumn living. It makes you want to purchase a handful of these products, steam up a nice cup of cider and watch a good movie on the tube... at least that's what it made me feel like.

Beautiful, unique, rustic furniture and home merchandise fills this catalog. Through the Country Door might not be a well-known brand name that grabs your attention (like Pottery Barn) but I'd have to say that it made me take a second, and third look. Very "P Barn-esk".