I really can't express how much I love that Domino Magazine is back in action. Even though we only get four issues a year, I don't mind because I know that the team has spent time curating spectacular spaces and content for each issue. I actually read them cover to cover unlike so many of the other shelter magazines which lately have stacked up underneath my coffee table untouched. Their latest issue release for the summer season had me oohing and awing just about every page. The colorful, playful vibes of the spaces featured definitely embodied the spirit of summertime. Here are some of my favorites:
Designer Anna Burke's spin on a Florida vacation cottage was one of my favorite features. I love the mix of centuries and cultures in just the dining room alone: campaign style chairs, midcentury modern table, fishing pier light fixture... and let's all gaze in awe at the kitchen's ceiling.
I loved this Nashville couple's living room feature antique furnishings juxtaposed with modern artwork. And yes, I do rather consider those antlers to have more of a statement art vibe.
I'm already a fan of artist Sally King Benedict's artwork and her seemingly intuitive design sense, I loved her Charleston home, featured on Glitter Guide. Her new home was the cover feature in this issue and I just love her charming mix of bold, bright and playful throughout.
Last, but not least, I loved designer Lisa Sherry's home tour. I've posted many of her projects on the blog over the years so it was such a treat to see her new space. For some reason this little hallway was my absolute favorite, something about the combination of moroccan rugs with the florally, traditional wallpaper just makes me smile.
Images via Domino Summer 2014