Domino magazine, back online
August 31, 2010 8:34 PM   Subscribe

Much-mourned shelter magazine Domino has a new online home for its archives. Stories will be added on an ongoing basis.
posted by lalex (8 comments total) 11 users marked this as a favorite
 
Meaning, they are in the process of adding the full archives to the brides.com site? Because what is there now is definitely not the full Domino archive.

I am delighted to see this. I loved Domino and saved all my old copies, because I never knew if or where it would be online again. This is a great day for shelter mag fans.
posted by pineapple at 8:44 PM on August 31, 2010


I like browsing through home design magazines, but it seems like one of the many genres of magazine that only have so many topics to cover, and I'm sure they're re-hashing the same tips and tricks every few years with new photos.

Are "shelter magazines" those that relate to home decor? I've never heard the phrase.
posted by filthy light thief at 8:51 PM on August 31, 2010


If only there were an archive of issues of Nest. Or an iPad app.

Those who like furniture and home architecture who have an iPad should check out Edition 29.
posted by dobbs at 8:57 PM on August 31, 2010


Are "shelter magazines" those that relate to home decor? I've never heard the phrase.

Neither had I, but apparently "shelter magazine" is a publishing trade term we were not hip to.
posted by pracowity at 1:28 AM on September 1, 2010


This is terrific news. God, I loved that magazine.
posted by padraigin at 6:22 AM on September 1, 2010


Ooh, this was linked on the Domino wiki page and it looks really fun:

Lonny
posted by padraigin at 6:30 AM on September 1, 2010


I am still trying to figure out what brides have to do with homeless shelters. Wikipedia, you're useless.
posted by Eideteker at 6:55 AM on September 1, 2010


Are "shelter magazines" those that relate to home decor? I've never heard the phrase.

Yes. It's a category that focuses on anything to do with home / apartment design and decor, landscaping and architecture.

Examples: Better Homes and Gardens, House Beautiful, Elle Decor etc. Some art, antiques and gardening magazines are included in that category.
posted by zarq at 1:27 PM on September 1, 2010


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