I always enjoy going back through the images from our previous issue and rediscovering some of the shots that we couldn't quite fit on the pages of the magazine, but that I still think are visually inspiring. It seems such a shame to hide them away from the world, so, as always, here are a few from the cutting room floor from our SS18 issue, which by the way, we only have a few boxes left of! So, if you haven't furnished your home with a copy yet, make sure to pop to the shop and grab one before they all go! Pre-orders for the AW18 issue will be opening in just over a week (eeee!), so keep your eyes peeled for that. (signing up to our mailing list will send you a handy reminder)!
Could there be a more dreamy cafe?! This feature on Albatross Cafe in Bristol literally makes me want to make the three hour trip there just to sit in here and while away an afternoon! Gorgeous photography by Kym Grimshaw.
The home and creative spaces of Artemis Russell, shot by Maria Bell provided us with so many gorgeous images, and even though the feature was spread over ten pages, there was still lots of lovely unseen shots to share with you here.
Jemma Watts photographed the lovely London home of Rebecca Lawson AKA Malmo & Moss, where around every corner appears to be another perfectly styled scene or vignette! Isn't her en-suite bathroom the stuff of interior dreams?!
Lastly, we had a few impeccably styled features sharing dreamy ideas for making and baking, all with flowers. Firstly, Catherine Frawley styled and shot some beautiful projects, including pressed flower frames, while stylist Lauren Becker and photographer Veerle Evens worked together to demonstrate three ways to delight your senses with edible flowers. Just stunning.
I think you'll agree, we have a seriously talented group of contributors, who truly make the magazine what it is with their fab photography and styling. Thank you so much guys!
Remember, get your SS18 edition before they all disappear folks!