The Best #dominobook Photos—That YOU Shared
17 Instagrams of our new book that caught our eye.
Published Nov 30, 2016 5:00 AM
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Our second book, domino: Your Guide to a Stylish Home, launched November 15, and while we hope you all enjoyed reading it, we know you had a good time sharing the pretty pink cover on Instagram. Keep reading to browse a few of our favorites!
@jennykomenda Rainbow confetti? Turquoise floorboards? We’re in love.
@mckennableu Talk about
. We love how the pastels work together to create a soft palette. The glitter loafers don’t hurt, either!
@aguynamedpatrick We’re honored to be included in a pile of some of our favorite coffee table books.
@bonnietsang You don’t need a magnifying glass to read our book, but it sure does look cute!
@hair_apartment So happy to be stacked with other new releases from this fall. Check out The Coveteur by Stephanie Mark and In the Company of Women by Grace Bonney if you haven’t yet!
@studiodore Nothing beats some good music paired with a fresh read.
@brittanymakes We love how the Timorous Beasties cover pops against the graphic, black and white backdrop.
@taylorsterling What’s better than onedomino book
? Two! Preferably expertly styled on a bookshelf, like you see here.
@smmanley01 You know it’s going to be a good day when you’re carrying your new book in a new bag.
@coco.kelley The only thing better than the new domino book? The new AND the old stacked!
@eyeswoon The perfect place to flip through a new design book? On a tufted velvet bench that the morning light hits just so.
@juliahengel We’re not sure which is prettier: the new domino book, the pink peonies, or the softly printed dishware!
@pizzazzerie You can file this book under “good ideas”.
@ladymergen You’re looking at our ideal Saturday morning.
@makingitlovely Proof the romantic butterfly print cover can work into any home’s aesthetic.
@newdarlings Time to get comfortable.
@restorationhouse The new domino book is not a cookbook, but you’re welcome to keep it in your kitchen!