I don’t want to boast, but the March/April 21 edition of MFCH Magazine is truly beautiful!
We focus on the Périgord region, offering a full guide and a beautiful property from the area on the front cover. This is an area of France that I love very much. The countryside is breathtaking, the architecture very comfortable and soft-hued, and – as I’ve spent several holidays in its rolling hills – I loved seeing pictures of familiar spots.
We highlight the Chartreuse du Colombier (our cover star) and its gardens, which were created from scratch by the owner – a man who bought this small manor house that he had known since his childhood. I love his low-key style of garden design, which makes everything look so approachable, even in such a grand setting.
We also share delicious spring recipes, some featuring the humble leek (created especially for MFCH Magazine by the French food stylist Eve Cardi) and some from cookbook writer Heloise Brun, who recently published Miss Maggie’s Kitchen: Relaxed French Entertaining.
Heloise’s book is as much about French country interior design as it is about recipes. We love it so much that it’s now on sale in our boutique, CLICK HERE to get your copy!
In this issue, we also tour an astounding château renovated by the renowned American designer, Timothy Corrigan, discovering all that he had to handle during his extensive restoration work.
Additionally, get an insider’s look into the famous Paul Bert Serpette Flea market in Paris and hear from interior designer Charles Spada as he remembers shopping at French flea markets in the 1950s, and how it taught him so much about French design…
For our spring floral piece, we take a cue from Odorantes Paris and invite you to learn about the unique art of tinting flowers and how a humble bloom can become spectacular.
There is so much more in the Mar/Apr 21 issue, and, of course, you have the option of purchasing the print or digital version (note all print subscriptions also get access to the digital versions).
We ship worldwide, but if you prefer not to purchase a one-off issue or subscribe to MFCH Magazine, then you can check your local Barnes & Noble or Books-A-Million, or use our locator to find one of the smaller boutiques that always carry our magazine.
Enjoy, and happy spring!