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This Just in: Domino Archives Return to the Web!

While I'll probably never get over the loss of Domino, one of the hardest things about my beloved shelter magazine folding was that all of the magazine's online photo archives disappeared into the ether along with it. So I am thrilled with the news that with its relaunch, will soon post all of Domino's archives online!

Here's what editor-in-chief Julie Raimondi had to say about the new addition:

I'm also thrilled to announce that has been granted access to all of the stories from the late, great Domino magazine. It was my favorite magazine, and I feel so incredibly lucky to be able to turn its pages into a digital archive for our users. We have a number of Domino stories now, but will be adding more and more in the weeks and months to come, so keep checking back.

Check out the growing selection of stories already available online! Yay!

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Home Home 6 years
Doubtful, fleurfairy! I've never known that to happen in the history of magazines . . . but there's praying!
fleurfairy fleurfairy 6 years
I am still depressed over Domino. Any chance of it coming back when the economy rebounds?
esmerb esmerb 6 years
This is incredible news!!!
mydiadem mydiadem 6 years
I have in storage every issue of Domino as well as the book. It was the best magazine, I can't believe they cancelled it! Any chance they would ever bring it back once the housing market and economy comes back?
chloe-bella chloe-bella 6 years
This headline practically gave me a heart attack (in a good way)! I'm in the process of redecorating my bedroom and was inspired by the bedroom Julianne Moore designed that was featured in Domino a couple years ago. I was on the Internet yesterday googling "Julianne Moore Domino magazine" and looking at photos from various blogs, all the while silently crying over the loss of the amazingness that was Domino. Now if only they would bring the magazine back!
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