Yep, it’s that time of year when a lovely new copy of 91 Magazine will be popping through subscribers doors very soon! If you pre-ordered it is winging it’s way to you, too. If you are yet to order yours, then why not take a little sneak peek inside first. Here’s what you can expect…
In this edition, we are looking at ideas around the theme ‘pre-loved’. In my editor’s letter I said: “Often it is photographs, objects or places that connect us back to days gone by, and why so many of us love an afternoon spent browsing a museum; time-worn items pique our curiosity about their history and the story of the people behind them. This is why bringing the past into our homes and interiors is so wonderful.”
I believe everyone should have elements of vintage within their homes, not only does it add narrative and character to your space, but as we all know, constantly buying new mass-produced items is not helping with the fight against climate change.
This issue provides inspiration from people who are breathing new life into buildings and spaces, either by restoration or though the way they choose to decorate and style their homes and workplaces.
From a renovated French chateau to a one bed apartment in south east London, a studio in an old bakery to a neighbourhood store in Oklahoma, the idea of pre-loved is interpreted in many different ways. We share some great sources to purchase vintage goods and even resurrect some pudding recipes from the past!
As always, it’s been a beautiful issue to put together and I hope you will enjoy reading it as much as myself and the team have enjoyed making it!
There are various ways to purchase your copy. You can buy a 2-issue subscription, which means you will receive this edition and then the April 2022 issue. You can buy it individually, or if you are new to 91, we offer bundles with a few of our previous editions. The magazine is non-seasonal so even editions published last year are still completely relevant and inspirational and I hope you will keep on your coffee table for years to come!
Photography: Georgia de Lotz