In celebration of the return of the Domino magazine archives (you can now find them at Brides.com) I thought I’d post the charming apartment of former Domino editor Tori Mellott. The archived images are big and gorgeous (thank you Brides!) and some, I think, have never been published until now. Mellott’s jewel box abode was always one of my favorites and I’m so thankful to once again have access to the images. I don’t know what I’m more jealous of—the handsome stripes or her book collection?!
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Margaret Elizabeth says
Love this post! Thanks for pointing out the resource at Brides.com. Can’t wait to troll for more treasure images :)
AMEN. its gorgeous. so gorgeous!
Alaina at LiveCreatingYourself says
Agreed. One of my favorites!
Helena - A Diary of Lovely says
Hooray! And Tori’s was one of my favorites!
I love that this living area perfectly marries contemporary chic and traditional elegance without go overboard. Love it.
Emma Kisstina says
I don’t get why Domino was cancelled…when it was the best decorating magazine ever! There are tons of other poo mags that could have been gotten rid of instead. At least we now finally have the archives!
I saw this yesterday and fell in love all over again!
Colleen @inspiredtoshare says
Oh great, I didn’t know there were archives!
J. is a Bird says
I really dig the mirror in the middle of the framed art and (what looks to be) framed photographs. I like the idea of mixing framed photos and art together like that.
We have a room that has nothing but black and white in it. Black and white framed art and black and white framed photographs. I usually keep them separate, one wall for each, but now I think I need to mix things up a bit.