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domino Fall 2018

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:
Conde Nast US
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2 min.
editor’s letter

Style isn’t just about the way you dress or decorate your home, or about the things you choose to buy. Right now, I’m inspired by people who live fearlessly and with confidence, whether it’s launching a business or defining their career with a new visual language. They teach us so much by welcoming us into their homes/spaces/offices, and we become friends in the process. Like our cover stars, Mat Sanders and Brandon Quattrone, whose path from creative directors to interior designers to product designers is a model for anyone setting out to make his or her name in design. Their new line of furniture is a not-to-be-missed riot of cool colors and shapes that feel of the moment, accessible, and entirely customizable. In our entertaining section, we bring to life a…

3 min.
contributors

MIA BAXTER Photographer CULTURE FIX Reading Motherhood by Sheila Heti; watching classic musicals like The Sound of Music and Singin’ in the Rain; listening to Stan Getz, Mississippi John Hurt, and the Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid soundtrack. FALL STYLE MUST-HAVE Co Collections autumnal dresses, Rachel Comey floral pants, and Apiece Apart camel coat. DESIGN INSPIRATION Aquatic shapes and colors, and I’m always inspired by our neighborhood natural-spring pool, Barton Springs, in Austin. LATEST PROJECT Nativo, a photography series that explores cowboy symbolism in relation to the charreada, a Mexican rodeo with traditions predating the frontiersmen folklore of the American West. SETH SMOOT Photographer UPCOMING PROJECT I’ve been building a modern tree house for the kids with a James Turrell–inspired skylight, set for completion later this year. FALL STYLE MUST-HAVE In Northern California, we stay pretty mild year-round. But my favorite jacket is a…

2 min.
datebook

SEPTEMBER 7 Housed in a must-visit Oscar Niemeyer–designed pavilion, the 33rd São Paulo Art Biennial (the oldest in the world after Venice) kicks off today through December 9. 13-16 A nightly dinner series featuring chefs from around the country, “drink tank” seminars, and hands-on classes make Bon Appétit’s Feast Portland in Oregon the ultimate foodie fest. + Online retail empire MatchesFashion.com debuts a six-story townhouse in London’s well-heeled Mayfair neighborhood this month. Ready your fall style wish list. + Art Deco meets breezy glamour at Thomas Keller’s Surf Club Restaurant, located in a historic Miami oceanfront property complete with beaded ceiling and terrazzo floors. + King of the colorful stripe Paul Smith launches his latest upholstery fabric line—a rich autumnal ombré—with longtime collaborator Maharam. + Elevate your travel look with a limited-edition Bigger Carry-On from Away,…

2 min.
pillow talk

SEAMED AND SEWN Originally from Kentucky, the Queens, New York–based fiber artist Natalie Baxter found her calling young. “Quilting reminds me of my grandmother, who grew up in Appalachia,” she says. One of her better-known installations, Warm Guns, is a wall of quilted rifles made with recycled cloth, tassels, and spandex that confronts ideas around masculinity and violence using traditionally feminine materials. Other works—like Money Quilts, resembling giant fabric dollar bills, and Alt Caps, which reimagines text pulled from a negative review as hand-sewn suffragette-style banners—further play with expectations. “My goal is to wrap up serious issues in a flamboyant package,” says Baxter. FLOWER POWER Seven years ago, Brooklyn artist Hein Koh began experimenting with ripping up cloth and sewing the pieces back together. “I found it meditative and relaxing,” she says. Her…

1 min.
get your fill

THE STUFF(ING) DREAMS ARE MADE OF “Conventional pillows are full of chemicals that release toxins while you sleep,” says Elizabeth Pando-Nieves, vice president of organic bedding company White Lotus Home. “All night you breathe in whatever is next to your face.” Here are five all-natural alternatives for the earth-conscious snoozer. A silky fine fiber sourced from the tropical Ceiba tree, kapok creates a denser pillow, since it can be packed in. It’s also considered a vegan down alternative and feels very similar. Avocado Green Pillow avocadogreenmattress.com Naturally pesticide-free, hypoallergenic, and water-resistant, buckwheat husks comfortably conform to your neck and are good for those with shoulder pain and headaches. Buckwheat Pillow from $59 hullopillow.com The old-school option, wool is a natural dust mite repellant. Plus, it wicks moisture away from your face and body while you sleep. Organic…

3 min.
the modern registry

PRESENT COMPANY Innovative wedding gifts to give and get. 01 BEAUTY FIRST When staying up late writing thank-you notes puts self-care low on the priority list, a Heyday facial gift card is the most thoughtful indulgence the newly minted duo could receive. thinkheyday.com 02 WANDERLUST FOR LIFE Instead of laying down roots, why not spend the first year post-marriage getting off the beaten track? Honeyfund, a free honeymoon registry, makes it easy for guests to give money toward the couple’s dream vacay. honeyfund.com Mara Passport Case $235 smythson.com; Wallpaper City Guides $12 each phaidon.com 03 PALETTE CLEANSERS Traditional all-white tableware can feel a little lackluster. Set the tone for the many fun dinner parties ahead with a pattern that really pops, like the kaleidoscopic mix in our new Domino × Lenox collection, exclusively at Bloomingdale’s. bloomingdales.com 04 GROW…