Come Chat With Us! Commenting Is Now Live on Domino

Join us in the comments to discuss the best new brands, our favorite styles, and so much more.

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photography by MICHAEL WILTBANK


You like us on Facebook, you follow us on Instagram and Twitter, you pin with us on Pinterest, and now, you chat with us right here. Commenting is now live on every story you'll find on Domino.com, so we can discuss the best paint colors, the must-have items from Ikea, the latest trends, and so much more.

The conversations are already rolling: Designer Annette Vartanian has been offering tips after we shared her swoonworthy vintage-filled home, and there are *lots* of opinions about a controversial new diet. Plus, Domino editors and writers will be jumping in to answer questions: Where can I find those bar stools?  Where can I find a bed like that? Who made that painting? Which plants are pet-friendly?

Joining the conversation is easy: Simply sign up for a Disqus account at the bottom of any story. We have a few basic guidelines to ensure that we're fostering an inclusive, productive, positive, and engaged community:

1. Follow the rules: When you sign up for Disqus, you agree to their Terms of Service, which prohibit the following behaviors: harassment, spam, impersonation, threats, posting personally identifiable information, and inappropriate profile content. Domino also bans any and all content that is racist, sexist, homophobic, or discriminatory in any way.

2. Be considerate and play nice: There's a person behind that commenting account (and byline), so follow the golden rule and treat others like you wanted to be treated.

3. Be engaged: Offer thoughtful feedback and engage with others. Users get an email notification when someone replies to their comment, so you're more likely to get a response if you use the reply function. If you like a comment, recommend it by clicking the "vote up" icon.

Questions? Concerns? Let us know in the comments!

Published on July 11, 2017 - 4:30pm EDT

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