It’s hard to believe it’s September already, but indeed it is (and over halfway through, no less) and with it brings a new issue of one of my favourite reads, 91 Magazine. The 10th edition of the magazine is crammed, as usual, with inspirational home tours, first-class photography and must-do DIY projects – in fact, the adorable embroidered Liberty fabric napkins might just be one of my favourite-ever craft projects to be featured in 91 Magazine, but then I’m always a sucker for anything involving Liberty fabrics.
If, like me, you’re a Scandi-style devotee, you can feed your Scandimania by checking out the tour of a gorgeous home in Norway, while those with a penchant for all things retro will love the snaps of a beautifully converted Victorian school building in Leeds. There are also a few fab ideas for getting creative with spray paint.
If you’re a creative business owner looking to expand your venture, my feature on growing an independent business will hopefully prove useful, with invaluable advice from three successful homeware designers – Gillian Kyle, who runs an eponymous brand stocked in John Lewis and Liberty; Camilla, founder and designer of Butterscotch & Beesting homewares; and Margarita Lorenzo, who runs a boutique brand of handmade homewares called Chocolate Creative.
You can take a peek at a preview of the 10th edition on issuu, or go right on ahead and subscribe on Magzter for just £7 a year (go on, you know you want to).
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That table painted in peach? is just … peachy! Love it :)