Peace Now
Photography by DOMINO

“I always find the peace sign to be a great, universal way to decorate for the holidays that carries over perfectly into the new year, and I particularly love this colorful assortment. It’s an important symbol that hopefully reminds people to take an extra few seconds to consider the feelings, emotions and point of view of others before acting, to ultimately foster a sense of security within a larger community.”

– Meghan McNeer, Photo Editor at Domino

Peace Now
Photography by The Webster

Chic studs with the best message. Earrings by Aurélie Bidermann $565 thewebster.us


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Peace Now
Photography by DOMINO

Perfect on a jean jacket—or even adorning a gift. Brooch by Macon & Lesquoy $40 domino.com/winter16

Peace Now
Photography by Ashkahn

Handwritten notes are always thoughtful. Card by Ashkahn $6 ashkahn.com

Peace Now
Photography by Castle

Graphic, playful prints—exactly what I want in my art! Peace Man 2 by Castle $190 castleandthings.com.au

Peace Now
Photography by ABC Home

A pop of pink brightens any wall.


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Wall Art by Valentine Herrenschmidt $60 abchome.com

Peace Now
Photography by Domino

The zigzag pattern of these Rwanda-made baskets represents holding hands.

 

Basket by Local + Lejos $36 domino.com/winter16

Peace Now
Photography by CB2

A holiday decoration that carries over into a peaceful New Year.


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Wire Wall Hanging by CB2 $20 domino.com/winter16