Wednesday, January 28, 2009

like the blog before me said:the domino effect~ another one bites the dust.

Word on the street today: domino magazine is the next shelter rag to go under.
The fun, youthful magazine has been a great inspiration to so many since it opened its doors in April of '05. I have and will keep all of my issues for future reference.
We're sad to see you go domino!

11 comments:

Kate said...

I'm really bummed about this. I've read every issue since it came out and I have most of them still. It was one of my faves!!

Jersey Girl in DC said...

What! How is this possible? This is so sad.

jess@thehomebound said...

So Sad. I really love the mag, but the last couple of issues have been a bit iffy. I am still heartbroken.

Hill Country House Girl said...

Oh I am sick.....domino is so unique in their efforts to connect people to the products and design they feature.I hope this "trend" ends here. On a brighter note,I am a quiet reader, but I always enjoy your blog!

gillian said...

I'd just discovered this magazine (I know, I live under a hill). It was going to replace Oprah Home (okay, there was a great issue on living with collections).

Karena said...

Megan, this is one I have kept along with Elle Decor and Metropolitan Home, the rest I read at my hair salon. It is getting to be a very difficult world for publishers though!

Karena said...

Megan I nominated you for this contest!
http://artbykarena.blogspot.com/2009/01/pay-it-forward-and-share-luv.html

shanon said...

This is so completely sad.
Do you know if there is a way to buy the past issues that I don't have?
Ugh. Too sad.

beachbungalow8 said...

I have to say, it was great 'easy' eye candy as far as shelter magazines go. It always felt a bit playful and never stuffy or condescending.


you can find back issues on ebay.

Alexandra said...

I loved this magazine -- it will be missed. I hope all the talented staff move on to new jobs and are able to continue to inspire us!

Virginia Young said...

I just loved Domino.
It will be sadly missed.

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