We got the final issue of Domino in the mail yesterday and, just like how your hair annoyingly looks great on the day you are going to the salon, it's a good one. A fun concept, lots of photos and interesting people comprise the main editorial section...
...which tells the stories behind the homes of people during different decades of their life.
The 20's section features designer Michael Bargo's New York apartment. It's a white walled one bedroom with black accents, elegant and sparsely decorated with wonderful pieces of furniture.
The 30's shows off the home of Amy Larocca and Will Frears and focuses on the big style merge that happens when couples move in together.
The 40's showcases style director Dara Caponigro's NY apartment, home to her family. It's (not surprisingly) beautifully designed, with great art, classic shapes and colors. Refined but still interesting - it looks comfortable and stylish. And as a bonus, there are a few pages of Dara's previous homes - her interior "looks" from her twenties (featured in House Beautiful) and thirties (featured in Veranda).
The 50's is about "living the dream" at the Hawaiian vacation home of Pippa and Richard Imrie, which they built "from the ground up"
The 60's shows off the new London residence of decorator Nina Campell who is interviewed for the piece by her daughter, Rita Konig. It is glamorous, with pinks, purples, black and gold throughout.
All in all, the issue is further proof (not that we needed it) that Domino will be missed!