Sophie Miura

Sophie Miura

Senior Editor

from: Sydney, Australia

The book that changed my life...

. I studied this book in high school and it made me fall in love with reading. is just as compelling if you’re short on time. 

The most amazing meal I've ever had...

Melon and prosciutto linguine! My boyfriend and I were in Santorini for our anniversary and stumbled upon a tiny whitewashed restaurant perched on the cliffside in Oia. I took a risk and ordered the strangest thing on the menu (who mixes fruit with pasta?!) and it was the most incredible dish I’ve ever had. I didn’t write down the name of the restaurant so we’re still trying to track it down.

The morning and nighttime routines I swear by...  

Morning: My skin is forever dehydrated in New York City so I slather it with  and add a slick of  to my lips. 

Nighttime: After work, there’s nothing better than burning a rose scented candle () and reading a book on my Kindle (I’m re-reading ). I'm also a sucker for great serums and have been roadtesting L.Raphael's . 

The best décor hack I've learned...

Use a marble chopping board as a display board on your desk. My workspace is often strewn with paper and products, so I repurposed a  ($50) to segment my space. It encourages me to store my notepad, phone, and books on the tray, leaving the rest of my desk clutter-free.

My interior stylist spirit animal is...

Joseph Dirand. His take on  is second-to-none. Images of his interiors made up 99% of my Pinterest board when I decorated . 

The Instagram handles I follow religiously are... 

@graymalin and @chrisburkard for wanderlust, @fromthekitchen to decide what to cook that day, and @kellywearstler for endless design inspiration. 

This season, my go-to cocktail order is... 

 a mixture of Grey Goose vodka, St Germain, and soda water. I'm also making my way through this 

The first lesson I learned as an Adult with a capital A... 

I left behind my family, boyfriend, and career to . The most powerful lesson I learned is that traveling might sound romantic when you’re office-bound, but it won’t feed your soul. Don’t treat a vacation as a way to escape your life. If you use it as an opportunity to find out more about yourself it’ll be the best decision you ever made. It was for me.

The most surprising thing I learned from a MyDomaine story is...

 The key to constructive conflict is learning how to fight fair. 

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