Drew Barrymore In Domino

Along the lines of meeting famous people, I can't wait to pick up the April issue of Domino magazine with Drew Barrymore on the cover (my Domino favorite cover ever). She's another lady I'd love to hang out with for an afternoon and not only did Domino have that opportunity, but another talented lady was involved that I'm a huge fan of. Ruthie Sommers.


She recently hired on the talented interior designer Ruthie Sommers to translate her stylish vision for an office that doesn't feel stuffy or overly serious. Domino calls it the "un-office" defined as, "A chic working environment that reflects each partner's personality".


I admire Drew so much, she's one of those child actors that is in her 30's now and still working in Hollywood despite hundreds of others that never made it past childhood roles. And she's stylish, down-to-earth, and so very pretty. I imagine that though her life looks simply lovely on the outside, she must sometimes wonder what it would be like to be 'normal' like the rest of us. All I can say is that normal has it's perks, but to have thousands of dollars to spend on designing a home and to enlist Ruthie Sommers to do it for you? I'd trade my normal title (and income) for that any day.

Tour the "un-office" of Drew Barrymore here.

P.S. Does anyone have the publishing date yet for Ruthie Sommers' new book L.A. House? Amazon changed the release date from this Spring to 1975? Yeah, strange. Anyone know the scoop?

(images from domino magazine and drew barrymore)