Monday, March 9

Team Domino!

Feeling glum about the recent sad news of the demise of our beloved Domino? Well, you never know - there could be hope yet. With the horrid news, comes a virtual revolution to save the magazine! In addition to my own Ode To Domino's My Deco, two new sites have popped up inspiring readers to contact the magazine begging to bring it back! There's Betsy's Save Domino blog, where there's a link to a 'Save Domino' petition and a poll asking readers how much they would pay per Domino issue, and price choices range from $4.99 to $7.99. So far, fifty-one percent of the readers picked, "Whatever it takes"! So, head on over to Save Domino, and do your bit!

The other Domino-inspired blog is We Love Domino, and blogger Kate Mulinix is currently hosting The Domino Inspired My Home Contest. Readers can submit photos of their home, either a whole room, or a vignette (a slice of a room). Kate will post the pictures on We Love Domino, and you have until Sunday, March 15th at 11:59 pm EST to submit your image, and then finalists will be chosen by judges. From there, the finalists will be voted on by readers of We Love Domino through Sunday, March 22nd at 11:59pm EST, with the winners being announced on Monday, Marcy 23rd. For more about prizes and entry, check out We Love Domino.


~S~ said...

This is fantastic! I love love Domino and I really want it to be saved! I don't even really understand why it went under...I thought everyone loved Domino! =D Thanks for the site

Anonymous said...

I still had 20 paid in advance issues left on my subscription, which has since been transferred to Glamour.

I would be absolutely thrilled to see Domino in my mailbox again.

I treasure each and every one. Fingers crossed.

Giovanna Borgh said...

hey girls, i would love to see a special post about LOFTS!!

shanon said...

Mmmm... makes me miss it all over again. *sniff*

Anonymous said...


This is such great news; I am trying to get too happy but I will do what I can to support this. Thanks for sharing this; I'll be clicking away to support it; for me, it wasn't always the visual dynamo that some shelter mags have been for me. Don't get me wrong, the visuals were great, but was even better, were all of the features and the approachability of the publication; very wide range of appeal; I found myself flipping through over and over again, not for just visuals, but also for the content and the small nuggets I would find on each additional visit. smile to you, jana

Anonymous said...

I'm trying to find the last edition (hopefully not the last!) in Australia, but no luck so far. Maybe I've been beaten to it.

It does seem short-sighted to cancel this mag, when people are going to be nesting more, spending more time at home, needing cheering up with beautiful things in their fave' mag. Has Cigar Afficionado been cancelled too? That's not even good for you!