Friday, 27 January 2012

Online Magazines

 Recently I've become obsessed with online magazines. I love how beautifully put together they are, and how much creativity and time goes into each issue. These are some of my favourites - click on the picture to read the magazine.

cellar-door-magazine
1. Cellar Door is a gorgeous fashion etc magazine, it hasn't updated in a while but the blog still looks active and the past issues are beautiful.
covet-garden-magazine
2. Covet Garden. This is such a beautiful interiors magazine. I want to live in all the homes featured, possibly at once.
rue-magazine
3. Rue magazine is primarily focussed on interiors, but also features all sorts of wonderful fashion and lifestyle things.
alila-magazine
4. I don't know much about Alila magazine, but the styling and photography is just so amazing, I can't stop looking at all the photos!
anthology-magazine
5. Another living and lifestyle magazine, each issue of Anthology is a number of stories set around a central theme. The current one is the travel issue.

Are you an online magazine addict, or do you prefer print? Do you have any more recommendations to add to my list?


21 comments:

Lindsey said...

I prefer print, just because I like having pages to turn, and something to hold.

-Lindsey

Rachel said...

Thanks for letting me know about Anthology!

Alice said...

I haven't read an online magazine for quite a while, will be checking these ones out xxx

theoxfordcomma said...

I really enjoy http://www.thevioletonline.com/

It's beautifully laid out and thoughtful. I'll be checking out your recommendations!

yiqin; said...

i prefer online :P

life/style/flash. said...

Thanks for sharing these, I'm really getting into new magazines at the moment - the 'usuals' just feel a bit stale right now!

[ life/style/flash. blog]

daisychain said...

I'm a traditionalist and prefer print and having something to hold, but online magazines are good for a quick browse.

Rachel, Cold Knees said...

Out of all of these I only knew about Cellardoor, thanks for sharing! I do prefer to physically hold a magazine though. xx

Emily @ Wardrobe Block said...

so, this is totally new to me! I need some more recommendations - they're all so pretty :)

Aimee said...

I haven't browsed an online magazine in aaages! There's nothing quite like flicking through a printed mag, but online is definitely easier on the bank balance! xo

Sherin said...

I actually don't know anything about online magazines! I'm really tempted to start now, though, and can see myself getting hooked.

Winnie said...

I actually don't really read online magazines but I have 'flicked' through Cellardoor a couple of times. Will definitely be checking out some of these now :)

Anita said...

Great post!
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Roselie said...

These are all great magazines! Cellardoor is now one of my favorites, thanks for writing about it!

─░pek said...

I always prefer the print, be it a book or a magazine. But online magazines are a new delight for sure! I'm reading Uggo - a Turkish tablet mag based on fashion, lifestyle etc and it's really good. Moving images and background music for the win!

Cellardoor is a good one, as far as I know, and I'm already a fan of Loving Spoonfuls. x

Vintage Reflection said...

I'm so glad you've done this, I'm in the process of creating my own online magazine and this is really good inspiration to help me with layouts. x

jazxo said...

These all look beautiful. Especially Covet Garden! I can tell it would make me want my own house so much though xo

Niina - It seems pretty obvious. said...

I haven't discovered the online magazine world properly yet! But I'm going to give these a try some day :) Thanks for sharing!

Nadia said...

Betty magazine was online, but has now jumped to print. think you can still download the first two though...

I also love sweet paul magazine for the recipes.

http://www.thegirlwholookslikeacake.blogspot.com/

Mat said...

i'll be checking covent garden out for sure

3 door wardrobe said...

Out of all of these I only knew about Cellardoor, thanks for sharing! I do prefer to physically hold a magazine though. xx