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domino Fall 2019

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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United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Multiply Media LLC
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Quarterly
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5 Issues

in this issue

2 min.
personal space

AS WE PUT THE FINISHING TOUCHES on our Fall issue, the Domino team is just getting settled in our sparkly new offices in the heart of NoMad and New York City’s flower district. The massive windows cast a late-summer glow on everyone’s desks and the sunlight provides a kind of energized reset. It’s almost as if all the plants growing down below are giving us life. In these pages we explore the cool and totally personal new ways to work (page 42), where our offices and coworking spaces mirror the way we live. Gone are the dull days of corporate cubicles and unflattering lighting. We want creative, flexible spaces that reflect who we are—surrounded by punchy colors, cool materials, and statement furniture. But beyond the surface details, it’s about people feeling…

2 min.
contributors

Chantal Anderson Photographer Culture Fix I’m currently reading The Secret Lives of Color by Kassia St. Clair. Her essays on both the science of optics and the history of color theory are illuminating and entertaining. Design Inspiration Georgia O’Keeffe’s home and studio in Abiquiú, New Mexico. Her spaces are oriented around the landscape and have a comfortable minimalism. Fall Style Must-Have A secondhand oversize cashmere sweater. Upcoming Adventure I’m heading to Iceland and excited to fully realize just how out of shape I am while traversing mountains in the east of the country. Julien Fernandez Photographer Favorite Fall Dish Eating pintxos—creative finger food served with a local white wine called Txakoli—in the traditional bars of Spain’s Basque country. Culture Fix I just finished reading Salammbo by Gustave Flaubert; I’m also totally in love with Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Veep. Design Inspiration…

3 min.
datebook

October 1 Kelly Wearstler: Evocative Style will leave you inspired by the designer’s luxe interiors on every page, while photographer Jimmy Marble’s Dream Baby Dream transports you to a pastel paradise. 10 OV Outdoors, Outdoor Voices’s winter-friendly hiking-wear, is back with color-blocked fleeces, hoodies, and zip-off track pants that are stylish enough to motivate you on chilly mornings. 19 In Los Angeles, the Broad’s “Shirin Neshat: I Will Greet the Sun Again” presents 25 years of the Iranian multimedia artist’s work, which weaves together the personal and the political. 22 Famed chef, writer, and creator of viral sensation #TheStew Alison Roman debuts her sophomore cookbook, Nothing Fancy, featuring easy-to-execute recipes for weeknights through to the weekend. 24-25 Natural-wine lovers: Head to Montreal for the Raw Wine Fair (which also travels to New York, Miami, L.A.,…

1 min.
natural curiosity

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1 min.
elements of style

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1 min.
a modern office space

Four ideas for designing the ultimate space for productivity: 1. Expansive doors—like Marvin’s Modern Multi Slide door—let in lots of natural light, which is a necessity in a creative zone. “Being able to see true colors is very important to me when choosing finishes and paint,” says Samuel. 2. Allow the structure to be as flexible as possible and used as multiple spaces, from a traditional office to a photo studio to a welcoming spot to greet clients. 3. “Views of nature help to clear my mind, which is when inspiration is most likely to hit,” explains the designer. A wall of windows offers a visual break and keeps the focus on the surroundings. Marvin’s narrow frames and low-gloss aluminum interiors minimize distractions and help the windows disappear. 4. Carving out a separate office…