I was really excited to receive issue 3 of new magazine Pretty Nostalgic yesterday, which has the results of the photo shoot they did at my house and workshop at the end of July. Don't mind the title of the article - they're not being rude about the state of my house - a shambles is an old fashioned butcher's, which is what the house used to be.
The magazine is unlike any other - printed on uncoated paper, in a smaller, square format, it looks and feels more like a coffee table book than a magazine. Their manifesto is "spend wisely, waste less, appreciate more" and this covers the themes of sustainable living, vintage and handmade goods and British eccentricity. It's available by subscription, in independent shops and WHSmith.
I loved the contents page, with each feature being illustrated physically by a glass jar hanging from a tree, and there is a great article on bespoke wallpaper, with some very drool-worthy designs (last 3 images).