Category Archives: design publications
1) The lovely Katie of The Neo-Traditionalist just reported that Lonny magazine is now available in print! She writes: “While in New York last month I had the opportunity to meet with Editor-In-Chief Michelle Adams (the girl is seriously too cute for words…) and see the hard copy. It is BEAUTIFUL! Each edition will run between $30 – $40, but at around 200 pages each they look closer to a keepsake design book than your average glossy. Lucky for us, the current issue will be available to order on Wednesday and the archives will be made available in the next few weeks.” They will continue to look for cheaper alternatives and the online edition will continue to be free of course, but for anyone who loved a particular issue, it may be worth the splurge. (BTW did you know issues of Domino magazine go for up to $80 per issue on ebay?!)
2) Have you heard of Anthology? It’s a new quarterly shelter and lifestyle print magazine that takes a narrative approach to its coverage of home décor, travel, design, entertaining, and culture. The first issue is available for preview online:
Yearly subscriptions are $38 and single issues are $12.
If you haven’t already heard, there’s a new design magazine around and its available for viewing in its full version online! I’m talking about Lonny magazine, which is edited by the very talented Michelle Adams of Rubie Green and Patrick Cline of Brand-Arts, and just premiered today.
In a time when shelter publications are turning their last pages Lonny magazine’s mission is to reopen the doors of accessible design. They share the belief that good design and affordable design can coexist and that true inspiration can be found in the teeniest of homes or in the grandest of spaces.
I did a quick flip through (I’ll be returning to read it thoroughly once I get an uninterrupted relaxed time) and am so far impressed with the multitude of inspirational interiors including the homes of Design Sponge creator Grace Bonney, former Domino editor Deborah Needleman, and my favorite, the beach house of former design publisher Kate Townsend-Simpson. Check it out:
To view the entire first issue click here.