Photo: Via WWD/Domino.
Ever since Domino shuttered in 2009, the shelter-magazine space has never really been the same. True, its bi-yearly special editions help ease the pain, and ex-Domino alums like Michelle Adams and Deborah Needleman provide us with plenty of reading material to pretty up our places. But, after four years of our suffering through the huge void on the newsstands, WWD reports that Domino is returning.
This fall, Domino will be brought back as a quarterly magazine as well as an e-commerce site. Project Décor is the Dr. Frankenstein in charge, working with Condé Nast to revive the cult magazine and make it more shoppable as well. Project Décor currently exists as an interactive home-design application, which will fold in the Domino aesthetic and intel into its own infrastructure, and rebrand the virtual experience and e-commerce component under the mag that inspired many of our spaces. The best news yet? The family's (almost) back together! WWD reports that ex-Domino staffers Michelle Adams (formerly of Lonny) and Beth Brenner (formerly of Traditional Home) is part of the new masthead. Now, dig out your Confetti System pennants and pour out some Veuve into your vintage Moroccan tea glasses — it's time to celebrate! (WWD)