91 Magazine was launched in 2011 by founder and editor Caroline Rowland. The idea came about when Caroline felt that none of the mainstream magazines were capturing her interest any more, and she longed for a magazine that covered all aspects of creative living. She wanted beautiful homes that were attainable and oozed creativity while mixing vintage, contemporary and handmade looks effortlessly.
She wanted craft and DIY projects that were modern, not twee, and that represented current trends, while also being accessible to all levels of skill. She wanted shopping tips, not only from the high street but from obscure corners of the world and the internet, so she felt she was always discovering the newest boutiques and designers.
She wanted to read about creative lives and businesses that would continue to inspire her on her own journey while getting handy tips and advice. She wanted all of these things to be visually beautiful and well written. So instead of waiting for this to happen, she created 91 Magazine.
In this issue we indulge in our love of stationery, sharing some of our favourite shops and items to adorn your desk, as well as some tips on how to best style your stationery for Instagram.
As always, we peek inside some gorgeous homes - Lisa Mehydene, owner of online store Edit 58 invites us inside her London pad, while Colleen Larmour, children's book illustrator and owner of children's decor shop Little Carousel, gives us a tour of her colourful family home.
As big flower fans, we loved finding out more about Artisan flower growers - Bayntun Flowers as well as attending one of A Petal Unfolds workshops.
As well as our regular column from Meredith Crawford (AKA One Social Girl) we introduce a new column, which, for this issue is written by Sara Tasker of Me and Orla.
This is just a taster of what you will find inside, so make sure to place your order asap to delve it the 100 pages of inspiration!
The magazine is 100 pages, perfect bound with a matt laminate cover.