Domino is one of those magazines I’ve been a fan of from the first issue so when they cut back their publishing schedule a few years ago to quarterly, I was pretty disappointed. But, what I didn’t realize at the time was that each issue would be about double the thickness with content that went way deeper than the originals with even more pages of personal interviews and house tours.
If you’re not familiar with Domino, it’s a home and lifestyle magazine with an emphasis on being able to shop the issue. The sources are always clearly listed and they do curated picks from each issue that you can buy online. Here’s the Summer 2016 selection.
The cool thing about these quarterly issues is that they tend to follow a design theme throughout — this time, it’s all very airy with a ton of soft pink which thanks to Pantone, is right on trend.
This issue has some amazing wallpaper picks, a feature on neon signs, an editorial shoot focused on all pink foods (random but totally works — see the popsicle image), a feature on watercolor flower art and a lot of themed product roundups crammed into nearly 200 pages without an ounce of filler.
With the content bar set so high, I’m happy to only have 4 new issues a year. I wanted to scan another 20 or so pages to show you when I was at work last night…but I think these give you a good idea of how awesome the issue is. You can subscribe here.
As much as I love reading interiors blogs and scrolling through Pinterest, I find myself revisiting old issues of Domino again and again for new ideas as we remodel our house. Just last night, I found the most perfect wallpaper inside for our bathroom in-progess and I’ve never seen it anywhere else.
I don’t know how they’re able to source so many unique items that haven’t already been saturated with coverage…but whatever they’re doing, it’s working.