Lydia Geisel

Lydia Geisel

Home Editor

Lydia Geisel has been on the editorial team at Domino since 2017. Today, she writes and edits home stories for domino.com, including home tours, before and afters, and DIYs. Lydia lives in New York City.


Highlights

  • Enjoys interviewing gutsy renovators about the good, the bad, and the gritty of transforming a space.  
  • Other interests include needlepoint and Friday night Container Store trips. 
  • Before joining the Domino team, Lydia was a freelance writer for Modern Luxury.

Experience

Lydia started at Domino as an editorial intern back in 2017, predominantly writing design news stories and celebrity content—she’s interviewed design stars like Leanne Ford, Sarah Sherman Samuel, Brigette Romanek, Nate Berkus, and more. She eventually got hooked on all things renovation, so you can catch her curating Domino’s weekly Reno email newsletter or in-real-life at annual design shows like KBIS.

Education

Lydia graduated from Wake Forest University in 2017 with a double major in art history and communications.

Thing in My House I Can't Live Without

My Flintstones-esque table lamp from CB2 and striped jute rug (an Amazon score!). They make my teeny NYC studio feel super cozy.

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For This L.A. Family, White Walls Presented the Biggest Design Risk

“Restraint, baby…this house is all restraint.”

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The Paint Trend That’s Arguably Helping Us Sleep Better

And it has nothing to do with the color itself.

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Jennifer Garner Made This Mini Reno to Her Kitchen Right After Moving In

It’s a prep necessity.

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Stained-Glass Doors Unveil Colorful Room After Room in This Narrow Apartment

But first, stop to admire the library ladder.

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Blake Lively’s Laid-Back Bedding Is a Lesson in Cozy Yet Cooling Sleep

And it’s ideal for lazy bed makers.

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This St. Paul Home’s 1890 Exterior Inspired the Wood Cabinets in the Kitchen

Plus they’re cheaper than popular rough-cut white oak.

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With a $6,500 Budget, I Was Determined to Fall in Love With My Galley Kitchen

And offered to be my countertop installer’s assistant.

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This Brooklyn Brownstone Goes Over the Top With Oak Wood in the Best Way

The embroidery-designer owner has an eye for details.

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5 IKEA Nightstand Hacks You Shouldn’t Sleep On

Fifty bucks turns your Malm into a retro side piece.