Domino Effect

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{Minimalistic, neutral tones with vintage flair}

{Minimalistic, neutral tones with vintage flair}

My first job out of college was at Condé Nast, where I worked for the recently launched publication Domino Magazine. It sparked my interest in interior design, even though my apartment barely held my bed. I saved each and every issue and by the time I moved in with my now fiancé, I had built up quite the collection. Since all of the images were available online though, I opted to recycle them as a compromise of sorts (and he got rid of his stack of Mens Health). Fast forward three months later, when the magazine and the online edition folded; I was devastated. What I failed to remember was that I had tucked away some of my favorite pages into a binder that I just rediscovered yesterday. Here are just a few of them that still induce major house envy.

{Modern day opulence; love the pear green with robin's egg blue}

{Modern day opulence; love the pear green with robin's egg blue}

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{This makes me want to paint my fireplace a noir-esque black}

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 {My main source of inspiration for my office: light pink + glossy white}

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{This living room somehow combines glamour with comfort}

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  {Fun accessorizing: white pencils + black frames + dual lamps}

 {Love the color-coded bookshelves and multiple textures}

{Love the color-coded bookshelves and multiple textures}