domino Winter 2020

domino magazine offers accessible and cutting-edge home decor inspiration. With celebrity house tours, before-and-after transformations, and insights from famous designers, domino makes it easy to bring your style home.

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the new rules of reno*

Rethink the Basics. They are classics for a reason. Checkerboard floors, glossy subway tile, stripes, shiplap—make them your own in unexpected proportions, finishes, and patterns in a boundary-pushing palette. Ikea Is a Starting Point…for Everything! Edit the Scandi staple’s collection for functionality and shape, then customize with paint, color, and hardware. At Domino, Ikea hacks are their own religion. Renters Should Reno. Just because you’re renting doesn’t mean you can’t switch up lighting, paint, backsplashes, and hardware to make a home feel like you. Those personal touches can totally refresh a space—and can come with you to your next place. Function First. Decide on what you need a room or space to do—how you really want to experience it—and build a layout that supports that. Also, comfort rules! We’re in a time when…

2 min

CAMILLE OKHIO WRITER Culture Fix I’m currently reading the last installment of Hilary Mantel’s Wolf Hall trilogy, The Mirror & the Light. Recent Adventure Last fall I went on a solo trip (a yearly ritual for me) to Vienna and London. My favorite stops included Josef Hoffmann’s Moll House, Strawberry Hill House, Adolf Loos’s Steiner House, and Hampton Court Palace. Dream Reno If I had my way, I would swap all the tiles in my bathroom with blue and white Delft ones. FRANK FRANCES PHOTOGRAPHER Design Inspiration After working with Sheila Bridges, my mind has been on mining history. I’m inspired by the people who have paved a way for what I do. Favorite Winter Cocktail A mezcal Paloma. Latest Project I made my book Remember the South so I could speak with my son about growing up in…

2 min
seeking serenity

With some planning and a vision, Brooklyn-based interior designer Natalie Kraiem transformed her outdoor garage, which overlooks a French-feeling courtyard, into her family’s own solarium. At the forefront of its transformation is a custom design featuring a rounded Marvin window, reminiscent of 18th-century conservatories, that helped bring the greenery and serenity of the outdoors in, and took the space from run-down to teeming with life. EMBRACE GREENERY “The den is next to my kitchen and backyard,” says Kraiem, “so I wanted to integrate the outside feel of my French-looking garden with the inside.” The Marvin Elevate Collection was used with the Round Top Casement Window situated above a row of Casement Picture Windows, framing a view of the designer’s outdoor area and bringing that feeling of serenity indoors. Around the room, greenery…

1 min

TRUE BRIT The superpower of good design is that it can transport you around the world, passport-free. At the new British Standard showroom in New York, for example, the endless combinations of charming cabinetry will whisk you off to the English countryside—or at the very least make your morning tea feel a little more special. No. 59 Medium Glazed Double Wall Cupboard $1,505; Countertop in Bianca Eclipsia Quartzite; Dinnerware; Vintage Jasperware Cheese Dome by Wedgwood…

1 min
cooking illustrated

Executive Creative Director @kateberryberry…

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supper club

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