Warning: this offer is for U.S. readers only!
For Christmas, I received a lovely (and well-known) book called "domino: The Book of Decorating" by the oh-so-talented producers of domino magazine. I know that many people own this illustrious and delicious book, and if you do, you were lucky enough to receive a free subscription card to the magazine, tucked at the back of the book. The card gives you a free annual subscription (that's 10 issues)!
But to my dismay, the subscription card is good for "U.S. subscribers only". This seems to be the story of my life in Canada - we're your biggest trading partner, but no one seems to know that we exist here in the frosty un-decorated north. Oh well, after drowning my sorrows in a pan of chocolate chip brownies, I've emerged and decided to re-gift my subscription card to YOU!
Above: Designer Windor Smith's (oh, I love her!) house in domino magazine 2007
Above: Designer Schuyler Samperton's (I think - correct me if I'm wrong) own house in domino magazine
So, if you are a U.S. reader of this blog, just leave me a comment below (or send me an email) and I will draw a name next week and send YOU my subscription card. You just mail it in and get a 1-year subscription to domino, for free!
I will make the draw next Friday, Jaunary 23rd at 8pm mountain time.
P.S. If you're unfamiliar with domino, please check out the links or pick up an issue. Domino is a very youthful, colourful, whimsical yet sophisticated version of your mama's decorating magazines. This magazine has a ton of character and is steeped in decorating fundamentals, but takes an offbeat, and cheerful approach to the classics. I promise you will love it whether you're a traditionalist, a modernist or somewhere in between. And while there is a ton of colour, there is also a sacred love of white within its stylish pages. It's lively style will totally rejuvenate your decorating!
To me, reading domino is like cutting in to a juicy fresh Florida orange after a long dark winter eating oatmeal!
Leave me a comment and I'll put your name in the draw!
Sorry to all non-U.S. readers - now you can be just as disappointed as I was!