Harriett Hendren's Fash Food: Domaine's the name of new site

hhendren@herald-leader.comMay 2, 2013 

The living room of Sara Ruffin Costello's New Orleans home features 17-foot ceilings and walls painted a custom-mixed blue-green color she calls "swamp." It's one of the design inspirations at Domainehome.com.

DOMAINEHOME.COM

Online fashion and trend magazine Who What Wear has launched a shelter site called Domaine.

Just like its sister site, Domaine takes readers on behind-the-scenes tours of celebrity homes, offers tips from industry experts and includes shopping links to featured products.

One of the first homes featured is the 19th-century New Orleans mansion of Sara Ruffin Costello, who was creative director of the beloved defunct Domino magazine. Rooms include a chic mix of velvet sofas, glass-topped coffee tables and heirloom paintings.

There's a Kentucky link when it comes to Costello's list of favorite shopping haunts in the Big Easy. Among her picks: Leontine Linens, owned by Lexington native Jane Scott Hodges.

For more design inspiration go to Domainehome.com.

More shopping news

■ The next Pomegranate warehouse sale is Wednesday through May 11 at 951 Floyd Drive. Hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday through May 10, and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. May 11.

You'll find bargains on new patterns of home textiles and accessories, and UK products.

■ Você at 124 Clay Avenue is hosting a tent sale through Saturday with 50 percent to 75 percent off J Brand, A.L.C., Wildfox and other brands. Merchandise includes accessories.

■ A new contest from children's furnishings retailer Land of Nod offers a chance to win a room designed by the company with whimsical furniture and accessories for children. Winners will be featured in an upcoming catalog. You may enter once a day through June 16 at Landofnod.com/winaroom.

Harriett Hendren: (859) 231-3324. Email: hhendren@herald-leader.com. Blog: fashfood.bloginky.com.

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