Started in magazine form, initially I was a bit confused. The front half of the monthly glossy emphasized furniture, mirrors, and the usual bric n’ brac. The back 60 pages featured fashion, shoes, and jewels. After a few years, I got hooked (though still too many ads, a weakness of all journalistic endeavors). I like books. I enjoy an iPad as well but I want to touch, feel, smell the pages of a newly minted (or better yet, original edition) of some enjoyable read. Recently, while visiting my local Barnes & Noble, I purchased Domino’s “The Book of Decorating; A Room by Room Guide to Creating a Home That Makes You Happy.” And what do you know, the truth be told. Full of great tips, this easy to follow blueprint takes the mystery or bullshit out of all things sacred in the world of interior design. Deborah Needleman, one of the creative editors behind this little treasure, states very clearly that the goal was to make decorating easier for the “civilian.” Eliminate the mystery or the 1,2,3 of all things grand and gorgeous and rush to buy this incredible group of words and pictures for all things grand and gorgeous.
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