NEW YORK, N.Y.–Domino magazine—the shelter book with a shopping edge that ceased publication in 2009 after four years—will be resurrected as a special edition called Domino Quick Fixes, publisher Condé Nast announced.
Domino Quick Fixes will have Domino’s best home decorating stories, a release said, focusing on easy, often inexpensive changes for the home that make a big difference, ranging from quick furniture spruce-ups to painting stairs or reorganizing a home office. The first edition will be available on national newsstands from Apr. 17 to Jul. 16, for $10.99, and a second special edition is scheduled for the fall.
This launch is similar to other past Condé Nast branded special editions, which include Gourmet Holiday, Vogue Best Dressed, Vanity Fair Hollywood Scandal and Glamour 1,000 Dos & Don’ts to Dress by Forever.