My First Domino Article!

I'm packing up to head back home from NYC, but first wanted to share with you a link to my article for Domino!

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I added three Pax units to our bedroom to better store our shoes and folded clothes. My favorite part is the little vanity area in the center unit.

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I have a few DIY project posts coming up from the behind the scenes. Can't wait to share this week!

55 comments:

Cara said...

Wow, that's impressive! Congrats on your article!

Nina Leung said...

I saw this on domino mag's instagram. It looks great! Excellent job! I'm inspired to redo my closet! Love the mirror!

Nina|www.itsazooatthezoo.blogspot.com

Gwen, The Makerista said...

From the DIY to the styling, and that color mix is just beautiful, Jenny.

Congrats, they're lucky to have you.

iLa said...

Fantastic! I'm loving it!

Jodie Hamilton said...

Very inspiring! I always look forward to your blog posts :)

Anna Williams said...

This is totally gorgeous - love the way you painted everything grey. Congrats on the article! xx

Anna (My Design Ethos)

Michelle Panting said...

This is one of the best ikea hacks I've seen. I love how luxe you made the units look. So excited about your collaboration with Domino!

http://www.fullbellywornsoles.com

Tory said...

Absolutely stunning, Jenny! Domino is SO lucky to have you on their team! Looking forward to your behind the scenes DIY!

Proper Hunt said...

Omg!! This is ahhhmazing!!! Can't wait to keep seeing/reading future articles from you! xo

Michelle Ash Latham said...

I love this! The color combo is stunning!

www.ahealthymrs.com

Lily L-M said...

I absolutely love this! And am so excited about your work for Domino... can't wait to keep following along!

xo Lily
http://whilemyboyfriendsaway.blogspot.com/

carli said...

GORGEOUS! Love the grey and gold!

Dee said...

Wow I absolutely love what you have done with the Pax. I've see a few transformations and this is by far my favourite.

dee@delolovesdesign

theanatomyofdesign.com said...

love the way everything sparkles against that matte gray color! gorgeous!

Seem said...

This looks amazeballs.

Lauren {Stylized Existence} said...

oh my gosh it is STUNNING! You're also so good at styling a space - the rainbow of shoes - major!!!

Shannon said...

Is anything you do not absolutely gorgeous?!!?! I ABSOLUTELY LOVE THIS!!

gustoandgrace said...

This is really amazing, Jenny. Dream house worthy accessory storage.

Tracy Laverty said...

This is incredible! I always love your inspiring blog and I'm happy for you working with Domino.

sarah m. dorsey said...

Absolutely stunning!! Congrats on your article - well deserved!

Amy said...

This looks amazing! Was the mirror a DIY? If so, are you planning on doing a post about it?

Laurie from Laurie Jones Home said...

Incredible. Honestly your talent is astounding! Domino is lucky to have you!!!!

Angela said...

Nicely Done!

Dana Frieling said...

First thought..."She's ridiculous!" That's meant in the nicest, most complimentary way, of course. I honestly think you're one of the most talent human beings alive. Thank you for always and continually inspiring, Jenny!

Meagan Claire said...

This is amazing!

European Paint Finishes said...

Talk about transformation. Coolest hack ever. Domino is lucky to have you, great article, loved all the detailed shots and the pretty little vanity area, congrats! ...ps ♥ diving girl, her and i go waaayyy back! :)

European Paint Finishes said...

Talk about transformation. Coolest hack ever. Domino is lucky to have you, great article, loved all the detailed shots and the pretty little vanity area, congrats! ...ps ♥ diving girl, her and i go waaayyy back! :)

Patty said...

curious about the mirror too. love your shoooes!

Patty said...

curious about the mirror too. love your shoooes!

Back Row Girl said...

Props on the article! Love both the writing and the subject matter! It looks ten times as awesome as the original! So posh and luxurious. You are seriously the queen of DIY, and Domino people made a jackpot of a decision when they asked you to be one of their collaborating bloggers!

Em said...

I'm having a freakout over the painted grasscloth wallpaper - GENIUS! It makes a world of difference, and the whole thing looks so much more polished!

Also - I'm spying all those little gold dowels from your recent instagram. You realize the mirror they are plugging as being similar to your DIY costs $838!?!?! Way to blow our minds Lady.

Sarah said...

Wah!!! Am I the only one who can't find the actual online article?!?!?
Can't wait tk read it someday...but these pictures are already magnificebt!

Erin said...

These look so luxe and beautiful! I'm thinking of doing these in my kid's basement area for toy storage and with a desk in between two of the units. Have you used the Pax system before (I feel like I've seen that you have)? Just wondering how they might hold up to kids slamming the doors and drawers along with throwing toys in them.

Katelyn Burkhart said...

this is bananas! looks so good.

Iaia said...

You are so talented, I am always impressed by your creativity.
I have a comment though, being form Europe I honestly have the impression that Americans are obsessed with grey (in all its shades). Why is it? There are millions of other tones, colors, shades, why do you always end up with gray? That said, your transformation is amazing and I check your blog regularly for inspiration (as a matter of fact I just repainted the door of my laundry a bright orange following your DIY tutorial on the "go bananas" door you repainted long ago... thanks). Iaia.

Iaia said...

You are so talented, I am always impressed by your creativity.
I have a comment though, being form Europe I honestly have the impression that Americans are obsessed with grey (in all its shades). Why is it? There are millions of other tones, colors, shades, why do you always end up with gray? That said, your transformation is amazing and I check your blog regularly for inspiration (as a matter of fact I just repainted the door of my laundry a bright orange following your DIY tutorial on the "go bananas" door you repainted long ago... thanks). Iaia.

Kate Galston said...

Beautiful! Congratulations!!!

Kate Galston said...

Beautiful! Congratulations!!!

Sheri said...

Brilliant, Jenny! This may be my favorite of your DIYs yet. And I completely recognize the instinct to just say no to Ikea in a new home - I just went through that myself (and failed - ha!). Well done, you! xo

Megan @ Megity's Handmade said...

I can't wait to read it but just wanted to comment to say that your fearless use of color is so inspiring to me! It is always so beautiful!

Becca said...

CONGRATS! This is soooo good!

Jennifer Flores said...

I love a good Pax makeover. The dentil trim is a nice touch. Congrats on the article!

BTW, not sure if they sell them in the US, but Ikea in Canada sells these plugs for those unsightly shelf holes:
http://www.ikea.com/ca/en/catalog/products/80226316/#/00226315

Zoe Royall said...

Woot woot! Go Jenny, Go! SO exciting to see the article - it definitely has a different feel versus a blog post, but that was the best part and I loved it! I feel like you deserve to buy yourself something fantastic in celebration. Did someone say Loeffler Randall? Don't mind if you do. :-)

Michelle @ Ten June said...

Holy smokes, that's amazing! You are WHAT'S UP, girl!

NAF said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!

Karrie Kaneda said...

SO inspiring! GORGEOUS!

Jenna S said...

Love the article and I am amazed at the transformation of the wardrobes! You do amazing things with IKEA furniture!

Annie Masingale said...

Which hardware store did you go to for those pulls?! I totally want to copy you, spray paint and all! You are one creative chica :)

Trista S. said...

Jenny, you've done it again. Two questions: I love that mirror! Where is it from? Do you just punch the shelf holder tab clasp things through the wallpaper, cut holes in the paper for them, or something else? How do you find them if you've papered over them?

Lilly said...

I love it!! I think I'm going to tackle this project, you've inspired me!! Domino!!! this is huge, im so happy for you!! Cheers!

http://www.preciouslyme.com/ said...

Love what you did with this Ikea wardrobe! The color is gorgeous and the mirrors you added to the doors ... Very cleaver!!!

bungalow said...

Looks fabulous! How did you make the doors look like paneled doors?

Amber said...

Man, Jenny. You are amazing.

Westridge Fine Homes said...

Oh, my god I love this. I wonder if I could make this for our show home or even my own home.
Here's our show home. Calgary show home

Kevin O'Gara said...

Love this project! Looks amazing (: Congrats on getting published in Domino!

- Kevin
http://kevinscrumbs.co/

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