Remember Magazines? The printed ones? Yep we do, and we miss them, a lot. Sure its cool to have a blog or website for your project (well its our bread and butter so to speak) and it would be almost unthinkable to image a world without them.
But sometimes getting a way from you screen with a real magazine can be an eye opener.
So today let us share our little find when we discovered 91Magazine just a few years ago.
91 Magazine was launched in 2011 by founding editor and publisher Caroline Rowland.
The idea came about when Caroline felt that none of the mainstream interior magazines were capturing her interest any more, and she longed for a magazine that covered all aspects of creative living.
Al tough i truly dislike the word organic, its the one word that at its core describes 91Magazine.
The magazine has evolved from an online only publication to a biannual print magazine published in over 15 countries worldwide.
The magazine itself focuses on creative interiors – homes, shops, cafes, studios – spaces created by people thriving in small business and the creative industries. Aspirational yet attainable.
Super stylish yet affordable.
They focus on independent makers, designers and brands and delve into their worlds and environments for interior and style inspiration plus insight into their lives of creativity.
You can buy the latest and back issue here https://91magazine.co.uk/buy