I've been interested in scale patterns now for about a year.. and there are only signs of the scaley pattern growing with the Deco trend starting to show its face around town. Look at this CRAZY COOL diy. (I couldn't make DIY uppercase along with 'CRAZY COOL'.. I would have sounded like I was yelling it.)
Ya, makes some circles and staple 'em together for a quick piece of big-impact art on the cheap. Don't forget the frame, that's an important bit.
My first reaction was Ohhh hell ya!.. but then I started to think more about it and it made me a little itchy. I like Domino Mag. It was full of applicable, doable, likeable ideas. BUT it was so... Domino-ish. It's easy to pick out a room designed by a devout Domino-follower. GRANTED, the doors were shut in 2009, so who really knows what would have evolved over the last few years. But if I see one more cluster of empty frames or over-sized vintage letter caressing an eating nook wall, I might die. And for some reason, the file box in my mind credits Domino with said movements. I will say there are some beautifully designed moments in Domino (many of which have been written about on this-here blogaroo). With all that said, I'm sure I'll buy the 'Quick Tips' version for $10.99.
Conde Nast, can we please discuss resurrecting House & Garden? Stunner of a good magazine.