DOMINO, Winter 2017
10 Things That Make Me Happy
 

The Brooklyn-based architect behind stunning shops like Ulla Johnson and Rachel Comey favors clean lines and soft palettes to create environments both livable and functional.

01: You can make practically anything out of DTile's system, allowing for really thoughtful, simple designs. Custom DTile System dtile.nl

02: I just bought an Andrew Zimmerman piece similar to this one - three-dimensional wood blocks covered in high-gloss automotive paint that hand together on a wall. It's stunning from every angle. Pink Flamingo by Andrew Zimmerman searspeyton.com

03: Aesop's products and stores really resonate with me. High design meets low tech, like the brand's space in New York's SoHo featuring stacked newspapers. I always have this hand cream in my purse. Resurrection Aromatique Hand Balm $27 aesop.com

04: I'm a huge fan of Michael Anastassiades. His pieces are crazy-beautiful yet serve as functional art. Mobile Chandelier 13 michaelanastassiades.com

05: This line of oak pulls feels classic and sleek. Meacham Drawer Pull by Rejuvenation $59 domino.com/winter17

06: An italian burner that is timeless and elevated, and lets you create a kitchen anywhere. Modello 2.P. Burner Gas Stove foker.com

07: I'm a minimalist when it comes to jewelry, and there's a certain sensibility to all of Mary MacGill's pieces that I love. Tourmaline Cuff $185 marymacgill.com 

08: Ulla Johnson is a client and friend. This sweater from her latest collection is so snuggly - perfect with a pair of jeans. Mona Cardigan $1,035 ullajohnson.com

09: I searched high and low for a new bed for our new house, and this ikea model was by far my favorite. Gjora Bed Frame $429 ikea.com

10: I just got back from Denmark, and I'm even crazier about Hay than I was before. These enamel plates are delicate and handmade but indestructible. Soft Ice Deep Plate $16 hay.dk