Today marked the end of an era that lasted three blissful years. My archive of Domino Magazines, that I had been accumulating since its launch in 2005, simply grew too large for my bookshelf to accommodate. Despite the sense of order that was created with all of my issues lined up chronologically in their contrasting colors, I knew it was time to downsize my collection. Since I also used to work for the magazine, my archive holds even more significance, so instead of parting with it all, I selected only my favorite images that I've compiled into a binder. Here are just a few of the rooms that make my heart flutter that are luckily still available online.
The 9 Biggest Home Decor Takeaways We Learned from Working at Domino
I was hired as a sales assistant at the interior design magazine, Domino, at 22-years-old—the same time I moved into my first apartment. It was a natural light-filled studio with hardwood floors, big windows, and charming alcoves and I dedicated nearly every free minute to ...read more