Alexandra Kelly

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Location
Newburgh, New York
School
New York University
Expertise
Home And Garden Trends, Home Hacks And Tricks, Cleaning And Organizing
  • In 2011, Alex was one of the first writers and editors to work for Editor at Large, now Business of Home.
  • One of her biggest viral home findings was for a story about how to paint a door without taking it off its hinges (it can be done!).
  • She once met Martha Stewart in person while covering an interior design event and handed her a set of linen napkins as part of a gift bag.

Experience

Alexandra Kelly has been a professional writer and editor for over 10 years. She began as a freelance writer in college, reporting for local news outlets like The Sentinel and The Mid-Hudson Times before working with Good Housekeeping, Business of Home, and AOL. From there, she worked as Deputy Blog Editor at The Huffington Post, specializing in lifestyle content and acting as a contributing writer for HuffPost Home. Alex has also worked as Senior Editor for Reader's Digest and U.S. News and World Report and Executive Digital Editor for Westchester and Hudson Valley Magazines, focusing on lifestyle, home and garden, consumer deals, food, health, and pets. Most recently, she was Senior Trends Editor for Reader's Digest, Taste of Home, and Family Handyman magazines overseeing trend coverage in the food, home and garden, and lifestyle spaces.

Education

Alex has a bachelor's degree in journalism and religious studies from New York University.
House Blog Editorial Policies

House Blog uses a knowledgeable team of editors, writers, and experts to create all our content. We dive deep into the always-evolving conversations surrounding design and home trends, striving to deliver the most current and helpful tips, strengthened by expert takes and tutorials from our talented team.

As we cover many fields of expertise, we make it a priority to ensure every beat remains fresh and comprehensive. Additional information on our editorial process available here.

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