As editors, we’re always on the lookout for products that will make our lives easier and more beautiful. So nothing makes us happier than seeing that you share in our excitement over rainbow-hued stove knobs or terrazzo contact paper, too.
In February alone, you showed us exactly what you loved the most: a celebrity-fave slow cooker, classic paint colors, and chic lighting fixtures, to name a few. Here’s the full list of the top-10 items Domino readers shopped for through our site this past month.
When we wrote about these new colored knobs, you couldn’t wait to get your hands on them. They’re an easy (and inexpensive!) way to give a retro stove a customized look.
This month one of our Friday Faves turned out to be one of your favorites, too. The collaboration between designers Todd Snyder and John Derian put botanical prints on super-cozy sweatshirts. *Adds to cart*
This laundry room has cool custom drying shelves—but also these slim wall-mounted racks that can go in anyone’s space.
Just in time for soup season, we found out that Reese Witherspoon whips up lentils in an All-Clad that has tons of functions (slow cook, brown, rice, and steam) for other winter-ready meals.
You loved everything about this pink laundry room makeover, especially the sculptural overhead lighting.
High & Dry
In that same laundry room, a Victorian-inspired, ceiling-mounted drying rack (aka a Sheila Maid) frees up floor space—and looks good while doing it.
Designer Frances Merrill loves a deep green next to a pale blue because of the way it pleases the eye. You didn’t argue.
In the Navy
In addition to fun knobs, another way to customize your appliances is with contact paper, like this terrazzo-themed one you clicked over and over again.
We like to think that we’re pretty great shoppers, but sometimes it takes someone supremely cool to show us something we’ve never seen before. Enter Kendall Jenner, who posted about our—and your—new favorite planters.
Our Winter Renovation issue is here! Subscribe now to step inside Leanne Ford’s latest project—her own historic Pennsylvania home. Plus discover our new rules of reno.