If you've just dropped in, I'm taking a look at some online magazines that I love...some old and new-to-me finds. You can find my post about Rue & 79 Ideas here, and Maeve & Covet Garden here. If you've got some finds of your own you'd like to share, leave a comment at the end or use the links to the right to comment on Facebook or Twitter. My iPad would probably disagree with me as it's feeling rather full, but I'm always looking for more to read! You don't need an iPad or tablet to read any of these magazines, they are all completely browsable online :)
Old Favourite: Adore Home
In their words, "Adore Home magazine [is] Australia's first...home and lifestyle magazine available exclusively online. Founded and created by designer Loni Parker, Adore Home invites you into inspirational homes, looks at the latest products on the market and whisks you away to gorgeous holiday destinations. Adore Home's mission is to bring you beautiful homes from across the globe, tips and design advice from interior experts, as well as easy online access to the latest home treasures. Our magazine makes design resources and products just a click away."
One of the best things about this magazine is its Australian so you know that a lot of the products in it are easily sourced for your own home. We might be coming to the end of winter but there's still time to decorate your nest, or make room for lovely new things after spring cleaning! I was immediately drawn to the Pantone pots (I can pretend I have a green thumb at least!), & the Blog Lovin' section, and the outdoor spaces feature is perfect for the warm weather just around the corner!
New-To-Me Find: Dashing Magazine
In their words, "the dashing collective was set up as a mutual love of three busy girls who craved a real and relatable design-led magazine packed full of aspirational features, stylish and pretty inspiration and creative craft projects for everyone to enjoy! Charley, Fanni and Josie come from a varied background in styling, music and design, combining their talents and experience into one publication."
The only way this magazine could be more tailored to me was if Ryan Gosling himself appeared in every issue. Seriously, it features Etsy finds, profiles bloggers, peeks into the homes and workspaces of creative minds...what's not to love. It kind've has a Frankie feel about it...go grab the latest issue. Meanwhile, I'm brainstorming about making my own pom-pom garland...