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domino

domino Fall 2017

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.

Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Conde Nast US
Frequency:
Quarterly
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4 Issues

in this issue

2 min.
editor’s letter

I don’t think I have ever been more excited for a new season ahead. Maximal design has trickled down from fashion to interiors, and our editors are following suit. We curated an amazing roster of cool women to feature in this issue—from multihyphenate design icon Faye Toogood (The Toogood Touch, page 152) and Madewell head designer Joyce Lee (Material Girl, page 70) to the ladies of Cherry Bombe (Bombe Squad, page 96). These talented tastemakers know that authentic style is about finding what works for you, not just copying the latest trends on Pinterest. We are endlessly inspired by interior designer Louisa Pierce of Pierce & Ward (Southern Comforts, page 128). She lends a rocker edge to her spaces, repurposing vintage pieces and adding graphic stripes to her Nashville home. Director…

2 min.
contributors

MICKEY RAPKIN Writer FALL STYLE MUST-HAVE I’m keeping it simple: Alex Mill flannel shirts and vintage Levi’s. CULTURE FIX It’s all’70s all the time at my house right now: I’m listening to James Taylor’s “Mud Slide Slim” on repeat, and I’m reading Daniel Riley’s Fly Me. RECENT ADVENTURE Tokyo. It’s my favorite place to get lost. UPCOMING PROJECT The third film in the Pitch Perfect series—which was inspired by my book, Pitch Perfect—comes out in December. FAVORITE FALL COCKTAIL Nothing beats a rye Manhattan on a chilly night. VICTORIA WILL Photographer CULTURE FIX I’m reading Sally Mann’s Hold Still and watching the series Abstract: The Art of Design on Netflix. FALL STYLE MUST-HAVE A vintage denim trucker jacket. NEXT ADVENTURE Montana in September—I’m a first-time visitor, and will try to re-create my best A River Runs Through It moment. LATEST PROJECT My book of tintype portraits is being published this fall! FAVORITE…

2 min.
datebook

SEPTEMBER 01 Kick off Labor Day weekend at the Ace Chicago, which opens its doors today. 8-11Refinery 29 hosts “29 Rooms” in Brooklyn, a fun house of multisensory environments. 10 Flash back to the gritty 1970s with cover girl Maggie Gyllenhaal in HBO’s The Deuce (see page 138 for the inside scoop). 15 Rodarte’s Mulleavy sisters make their directorial debut with the spooky, dreamy Woodshock, starring Kirsten Dunst. 19 Target’s Project 62 home collection hits stores and online with everything from modern furniture to entertaining essentials. 21 Snag a tartan-print trench from the J.W. Anderson x Uniqlo collaboration. After perusing David Hicks Scrapbooks, an overview of the legendary interior designer’s pages of personal inspirations, you’ ll want to start your own. + Gucci-fy your interior with velvet-upholstered chairs, silk wallpapers, and more from the maximalist brand’s very first…

1 min.
block party

Executive Creative Director For all my best buds. Prints charming—a fabric for inside or out that’s right in line with my fall palette. My already-favorite wallet gets a geometric update. The rug that takes your room to new dimensions. A not-boring neutral , hand-printed in India. Modular floor cushions, bench, art installation—this piece really stacks up. This mirror is literally set in stone. Talk about making a statement. I love how sleek this chair looks, perfect at a desk or in a dining room. A mixed-material stool doubles as a bedside table. Basically anything you put on it instantly appears more monumental. The coolest way to keep things hot, in hardworking concrete.…

1 min.
yours, truly

Style Director Ditor Crisp cotton pj’s sealed with a kiss. I would emboss these amazing leather boxes with my daughter’s doodles (the best way to show off kid art without keeping all the paper). Stationery from Mrs. John L. Strong is the ultimate luxury. If traditional lettering isn’t your thing, a symbol feels fresh. No more guessing whose phone is whose. A monogram is an easy upgrade for your everyday napkins (and a very thoughtful hostess gift). Elevate bedding with your initials for a personalized touch and a pop of color. You can feel the handmade quality of these monogrammed porcelain plates. A customized ceramic catchall is even more eye-catching. This letterman-esque number is a perfect fall style staple when worn with jeans or a pleated skirt…

1 min.
nest is best

Executive Weddings Editor I will spend all Sunday readingThe New York Timesin this chic womb of a swing. The Scandinavian version of 1960s hippie incense. Positively ambrosial. Drink turmeric tea in these delicate cups while the leaves change color outside. Transforms a white wall into a golden woodland. Plus, it’s all hand-painted. With a two-bedroom apartment and two little kids afoot, having space is key. These tables are easy to stack and tuck into a corner. The liquid love child of the Redwood Forest– meets–the lavender fields of Provence. I’ll wrap this blanket around my shoulders and head out to the apple orchard.…