91 magazine is the magazine founded in 2011 by Caroline Rowland. Published twice a year, this magazine focuses on creative interiors, whether they are homes, shops, cafes or studios, all with a common denominator: spaces created and lived in by people who thrive in small businesses or in the creative industry.
Elegant but minimal, the magazine supports independent producers, designers and brands and explores the world that revolves around them, offering inspiration for interiors that have style and for a life dedicated to creativity.
Dimensions: 22x26 cm
Number of pages: 119
The twelfth issue of 91 magazine explores a theme that reconnects us with the past and with our roots: pre-loved.
We love interiors that can tell us a story, be it the grand narrative of a building's previous life or small stories of precious objects found on a memorable journey. In this issue we celebrate spaces that embrace imperfection, time consumed, believing that the past can always have a place in our future.
Furnishing and designing our homes with second-hand objects is a way to also reduce our impact on our planet, which is suffering under the pressure of mass consumerism. This issue provides inspiration for bringing old vintage spaces and furniture back to life. With so many eras to choose from, there is something for all tastes and styles!
From a refurbished French chateau to a studio flat in South East London, from a studio in an old bakery to a neighborhood shop in Oklahoma, the idea of pre-loved is interpreted in many different ways.