If you haven’t ever flicked through 91 Magazine, honestly, do yourself a favour and get your paws on one – volume nine is out now and we can assure you, it’s really good.
91 Magazine biannually captures creative lives, with a focus on beautiful interiors. They feature such gorgeous shops, offices and homes, it’s enough to make me want to knock my whole damn house down and start from scratch.
Just like us, they favour small businesses and creative industries – a perfect match for Studio Cotton, you might say.
“We champion independent makers, designers and brands and delve into their worlds and environments for interior and style inspiration plus insight into their lives of creativity.”
And now, look! Our lovely central Bristol office is splashed all over the pages of the latest issue. We were invited to share a studio tour, and were more than happy to show off this super special, pink, plant-filled office we love (and miss) working in.
Aime shares her meandering route to establishing Studio Cotton, how she developed the office into a space which suited her and the team, and so many other tasty little tidbits.
Our ever reliable and mega talented Georgia de Lotz is a dab hand at capturing Studio Cotton in the most beautiful way, so it was a no-brainer that she would create the photography for the feature, as well as taking some dreamy snaps of the magazine once it was published.
If you’d like to buy the new issue to read this feature and all the other gorgeous articles, you can find out more about them on their website.
Huge massive thanks to Kay Prestney for writing such a lovely article, and the brilliant Caroline Rowland, editor & founder of 91 Magazine.