Lindsey Mather

Lindsey Mather

Digital Director

Lindsey Mather is a proud “words person” who oversees Domino’s home content strategy and creation, from rental renovations to home tours. She writes and edits stories about the ways people shape their spaces—and how their spaces shape them. She lives in New York City.


Highlights

  • Lindsey stumbled into design writing fresh out of college and never looked back.
  • Interests include workshopping headlines, checking site traffic on the weekends just for fun, and eating her husband’s homemade pizza. 
  • Previous work experience includes Architectural Digest and West Elm.

Experience

Before she joined Domino, Lindsey helped launch Architectural Digest‘s small-space–focused Clever vertical and spent a brief time in the copywriting world at West Elm. Her very first magazine job was at Martha Stewart Living.

Education

Lindsey graduated from Syracuse University with a bachelor’s degree in Magazine Journalism and Policy Studies.

Design Philosophy

Google Slides is your best friend. For instance: Debating between three dining tables? Drag your top contenders onto a slide with pictures of the pieces already in your space (I just take iPhone pics and screenshots). It’s the easiest way to visualize how everything will work—or not work—together.

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Keia McSwain Is Asking the Design Industry to Take Action

Keia McSwain Is Asking the Design Industry to Take Action

The Black Interior Designers Network’s 10 steps to being an ally.

teal dining table and pink chairs

This London Victorian’s Punchy Palette—Malachite! Bubblegum! Cobalt!—Was Predestined

The hallway previously boasted ’50s pink walls and green carpeting.

Layer These Paint Colors for the Ultimate “Concrete” Fireplace

Layer These Paint Colors for the Ultimate “Concrete” Fireplace

A life-size cardboard model makes the rest a breeze.

Madelynn Furlong’s Little Slice of Paris in Los Angeles

Madelynn Furlong’s Little Slice of Paris in Los Angeles

It came together with the help of Photoshop.

In Alyssa Coscarelli’s New Apartment, the Closet Looks Like a Store

In Alyssa Coscarelli’s New Apartment, the Closet Looks Like a Store

There’s even a “new arrivals” section.

This San Francisco Home Expansion Was the Epitome of a Family Affair

This San Francisco Home Expansion Was the Epitome of a Family Affair

All hands on deck.

Get Your Design Fix With a Side of Spiked Coconut Water at This New Shop

Get Your Design Fix With a Side of Spiked Coconut Water at This New Shop

Bogus Studio has arrived in Mexico City.

A Streetwear Store That’s Packed With Home Decor Ideas

A Streetwear Store That’s Packed With Home Decor Ideas

Let’s start with that custom gallery wall…

The Organization Tricks That Bring Whimsy to Any Office

The Organization Tricks That Bring Whimsy to Any Office

Put your works-in-progress on full display.