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Which Shelter Mag Closure Is the Saddest?

Domino is the latest of our beloved shelter magazines to announce that it's shutting down. But is it the saddest in a recent string of bad news for magazine browsers?

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sushikay sushikay 7 years
Please Domino, please don't go! LOL!
cinnaluxe cinnaluxe 7 years
Country Home (not on this list), because I worked there and now am searching for a new job :(
glofriend glofriend 7 years
House and Garden was a staple during my childhood. I will miss it! I really liked blueprint and domino, too. All the good mags are going- maybe they will still be online?
Jess8902 Jess8902 7 years
I'm so sad about Domino.. I loved Blueprint too! I was so happy to see Zooey on Domino!
pargie pargie 7 years
In order of importance: #1: Blueprint #2: Domino (Nooo! I just found out) #3 Home #4 House & Garden #5...the rest
pargie pargie 7 years
In order of importance:#1: Blueprint#2: Domino (Nooo! I just found out)#3 Home#4 House & Garden#5...the rest
hanako66 hanako66 7 years
I was a huge fan and subscriber of Blueprint, Cottage Living, and Domino....
ragincajun67 ragincajun67 7 years
I am so sad about Domino, followed by House & Garden (sure, it was actually "House & Garment"--but I liked that!) and Blueprint. And how about a moment of silence for Budget Living, too?
mellybean mellybean 7 years
domino... with blueprint as a verrry close second. sad, sad, sad!
homekeeper homekeeper 7 years
Domino was my fave too..... :(
homekeeper homekeeper 7 years
Domino was my fave too..... :(
hausfrau hausfrau 7 years
I've been wondering why I cant find Blueprint anywhere! Ugh, I hate that its closed! I love that magazine. There used to be a magazine about 3 years ago called For Me that I loved too and it shut down. That was a great mag because it was like Cosmo but without all the ads and with more than just sex advice. It was kind of like for women who were too old for Cosmo but not old enough for Redbook.Another one bites the dust...
hausfrau hausfrau 7 years
I've been wondering why I cant find Blueprint anywhere! Ugh, I hate that its closed! I love that magazine. There used to be a magazine about 3 years ago called For Me that I loved too and it shut down. That was a great mag because it was like Cosmo but without all the ads and with more than just sex advice. It was kind of like for women who were too old for Cosmo but not old enough for Redbook. Another one bites the dust...
jewel123 jewel123 7 years
Domino,because I am a new subscriber to this magazine! What is going to happen to my subscription?
shiningeyes shiningeyes 7 years
Blueprint definitely. It was the only magazine I loved wholly and completely. I'm still sad about them... a year is not enough time to let a magazine catch on.
andrennabird andrennabird 7 years
Oh my gosh I loved Blueprint!!!!!
aml2285 aml2285 7 years
I am so sad! I loved Blueprint and was upset when they went, but at least I still had Domino.... Now that too!!! NOOOOO This is too much... I really liked both and now they are gone, what is next??
aimeeb aimeeb 7 years
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aimeeb aimeeb 7 years
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reactionary reactionary 7 years
hey casa, do you think the domino home book will continue to be printed? i really want it since i'm too young to have a house of my own yet to decorate, but once i do, i think i'd appreciate the tips.
ep24 ep24 7 years
i JUST got a free year-long subscription to domino --- have gone from being totally psyched to super-bummed :(
emalove emalove 7 years
I loved House and Garden. And I love Domino. Cottage Living will also be missed.
heartmk&a heartmk&a 7 years
Blueprint was my all time FAVORITE!
maisiegirl maisiegirl 7 years
Sad to see Domino go as they are one of the few American home magazine that publishes attainable and affordable design suggestions that are interesting. Many of the British home style magazines present an interesting mix of fabric, eras, art that can be accomplished in everyday homes without breaking the bank. Additionally, they illustrate how one can mix both antique and modern pieces to present an interesting and functional room. Too often their American counterparts present overly pricey rooms that are sterile and resemble a furniture catalog room. Domino provided wonderful sources for interesting accessories, furniture, pillows, fabric, art, etc. They will be missed.l
margokhal margokhal 7 years
Blueprint! I didn't even know they'd closed down!!! I actually LIKED the format and relevance of products they featured!!! Domino will be missed, though I can't say that it wasn't all that unexpected.
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