Bring On The Boho Vibes With These Handmade Home Projects

For a little extra inspiration, the Domino editors’ favorite Instagrammers takeover our feed each weekend. It’s safe to say tips and covetable images are aplenty. Here’s what you need to know about the most recent feature! We love following Emily Katz for her endless Boho inspiration, and macrame, of course. Just in case you didn’t know, she creates Read more…

Lucy Liu’s Modern LA Craftsman Masters Indoor-Outdoor Zen

Nothing says “I’m an A-lister who enjoys my peace and privacy” quite like a home so secluded, you could walk right by—and back again—and never even know you’d crossed its path. Often thoughtfully concealed by sky-high hedges, tree-lined drives, and vine-covered walls, celebrities will go to extreme lengths to keep their humble abodes hidden from Read more…

Act Fast: The Unique, Affordable eBay Finds to Buy Right Now

It’s the Wild West of internet shopping, a wonderland of auctions for anything and everything, a cluttered cornucopia welcoming all. I’m talking, of course, about eBay.  As a young lad, I grew up scouring eBay’s bountiful internet landscapes for Air Jordan sneakers and grew to love the thrill of the hunt and the competition of Read more…

Peek Inside Kirsten Dunst’s Cool-Girl SoHo Loft

A Soho loft, complete with exposed brick walls, an open floor plan, and arched windows? Sounds like a dream… and one that will cost you a pretty penny. The price? $4.425 million—which is what Fargo star Kirsten Dunst just sold her 2,200-square-foot home for. The actress first bought the cool-girl penthouse in 2007 for $3 million. Douglas Read more…

9 of the Best and Worst Infomercial Products on the Market

Lolostock/Shutterstock The Wonderful World of Infomercial Products There I was, parked in front of the TV set at 2:30 in the morning, eating a Suzy Q and watching a rerun of WKRP in Cincinnati, when an infomercial about a little egg-like device that scrapes away foot calluses cut in. I was simultaneously engrossed and grossed Read more…

10 Fun American Flag Facts

David Smart/Shutterstock Thomas Green Requests First Flag In 1777, Thomas Green, an American Indian who sought protection of an official flag while traveling through dangerous territory in Philadelphia, requested Congress to settle on the exact look of the United States’ flag. To set things in motion, he offered a payment of three strings of wampum—a Read more…