10 E-magazines worth browsing

If you’re following me on facebook and twitter you might have noticed that I’m also promoting a few e-magazines every now and then. The world of print media is changing, and a lot of publishers are opting to publish e-zines instead of paper magazines to cut costs, to reach a global audience, and to make use of the digital possibilities like making photos and advertisements clickable. The latter is a big advantage for us, readers, as we can click on the stuff we like and be swiftly directed to the retailer. Reading and flipping through a magazine becomes an interactive experience. Another advantage is that most e-magazines are FREE! You can print them, download them, save them in your online library, access them on your smartphone and share them with your friends.

Today I would like to share my e-reads with you. All covers of the magazines in this blog are clickable and enable you to flip pages, so please do so, to find out what you’ve been missing. There are probably a lot more inspiring e-magazines out there, so please leave a comment if I am the one missing out on something.

Sweet Paul

Sweet Paul magazine is chasing the sweeter things in life. Creator and founder is a 43 year old food and Prop stylist and crafter who packed his Louis and moved from Oslo to New York to live and love. His blog was named one of the best 50 design blogs by Times Online. The magazine focuses on food, crafts and shopping. It is downloadable as pdf and also available in print in selected stores.

Lonny magazine

Launched in October 2009, Lonny is a bimonthly online magazine that focuses on lifestyle and home decor. Founded by designer Michelle Adams and photographer Patrick Cline, Lonny highlights extraordinary interiors, innovative bloggers, and the latest market finds. To not miss the next issue, subscribe here. You can also buy Lonny in print.

Adore Home
Adore home is Australia’s first lifestyle and home decor magazine, available exclusively online. It is a quarterly e-magazine. Founder and creator is designer Lonni Parker. Adore Home invites you into inspirational homes, looks at the latest products on the market and whisks you away to gorgeous holiday destinations. Adore Home’s mission is to bring you beautiful homes from across the globe, tips and design advice from interior experts, as well as easy online access to the latest home treasures. Want to know when the next issue of Adore Home magazine will be online? Simply subscribe to the free email list and you’ll be the first to know when the next issue goes live!

Est magazine

Est is a quarterly digital publication curating the best in global design, fashion, interiors and lifestyle. Est is global living with an Australian twist! You can subscribe to get notified when a new issue is released.

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Heart Home Magazine

Heart Home, launched in 2011,  is a quarterly magazine celebrating all that is unique and good about British interior design. Championing independent British designers and inspiring readers to create their own great British homes.

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Ivy & Piper

Another great Australian magazine not to be missed is Ivy & Piper. It features interior designers, online home decor and global interiors that will inspire you to lead a decorated life. You can subscribe to get the magazine before the new issue is released, and it’s still free.

What Liberty ate

What Liberty Ate Magazine is a creative magazine about food photography, great recipes, places to visit, people and blogs. It is created by blogger Gabriela Iancu from the Czech Republic. She is very talented. Also check out her blog!

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Rue Magazine

Rue magazine is a fun lifestyle magazine featuring home decor, fashion, shopping and beautiful photos.


Gatherings is a quarterly seasonal lifestyle magazine featuring articles on food, crafts, interiors and vintage finds created and edited by Heather Spriggs. Heather Spriggs is an artist and stylist working in Nashville,Tn with a flair for a Modern Romantic style. She writes about her inspirations daily at http://heatherspriggs.com

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By Fryd

By Fryd is a quarterly magazine by blogger Jeanette Lunde. It is a lifestyle magazine featuring interior design, crafts, food and beautiful photography. Jeanette is a renowned blogger so you might also want to have a look at her beautiful blog.

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9 thoughts on “10 E-magazines worth browsing

  1. Thank you for your top 10 e-magazine suggestions…as I did not even know where to begin after By Fryd!
    Will be fun looking through these other 9 links!!

    Wishing you all the best,
    Mary (from BYW 2.0)

  2. What a wonderful post! I was familiar with only a couple of these e-mags, and I’ve enjoyed browsing through them. Thanks for sharing! I’m a fellow BYW 2.0 student by the way!

  3. Great collection of emags Louise! Thanks for compiling it! I too am a BYW 2.0 gal! Just left a link to my new online magazine in the forum for you to check out 🙂

  4. I love all of these magazines!! And I agree with Amy – Matchbook is also great. I just discovered By Fryd through the BYW course too. We actually just launched the third issue of our wedding e-mag today which is very exciting (www.magrouge.com).

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