Drew Barrymore, Domino Magazine

Domino Magazine

Good news for Domino magazine devotees! 

According to Women's Wear Daily, Condé Nast will relaunch the magazine that sparked many a gal's obsession with home décor.

And in addition to its pages full of interior design eye candy, the rebooted glossy is set to return with an e-commerce site—music to our online shopping obsessed ears!

But since we probably should give our credit cards a break, we've rounded up four more reasons we're excited for Domino's return:

1. DIY Gal's Dream: Need to reupholster your chairs? Want to make a padded headboard to match your sheets? No problem! The oh-so-helpful glossy made previously daunting-sounding projects suddenly seem like a breeze with step-by-step guides to revamping our abodes—and we can't wait to see what new projects the editors will have in store for us!

NEWS: Inside Nicole Richie's dinner party—see the star's beautiful backyard!

2. Pretty Peeks From Amanda Peet's home to Gwen Stefani's office, the magazine gave us fab behind-the-scenes shots of our fave celebs' spaces. We're already itching to see what amazing celeb interiors they treat us to this time around.

3. Fashionista Friendly: As the sister magazine to Lucky, Domino definitely presented home décor in a way that was palatable to the fashion-obsessed gal. Not only were the products easily shoppable, but the editors made sure to include a range of styles that suited everyone from the boho babe to the glamour gal. 

5. Affordable Updates: Sure, Architectural Digest and Elle Décor offer peeks at gorgeous homes, but we'd have to break the bank to achieve a similar look to many of the swanky manses featured on their pages. Domino was the décor mag for a younger generation of design fanatics—who often had to feed their fascination with furnishings on a budget. We're eager to welcome back wallet-friendly inspiration! 


Are you excited for Domino's return?


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