Team

Meet the incredible team that makes Lux Furniture Sets the finest in design culture, furniture commentary, and more.

Kelli Hale

Kelli Hale is the lead editor at Lux Furniture Sets. She has more than a decade of interior design experience, which she uses to get insider info on the interior design before anyone else.

When Hale developed a passion for writing, she took a break from interior design to get her Master of Science in Journalism at Northwestern’s Medill School of Journalism.

Hale received a degree in Textile Design at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City, where she continues to live.

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Marc Snyder

Marc Snyder is an editor at Lux Furniture Sets. He is currently writing a book about the history of interior design and has been published in Apartment Therapy and a number of other publications.

Marc has a longstanding passion for furniture. He was introduced to woodworking in school and then started building his own furniture. To this day, Marc owns a side business where he makes custom handmade furniture.

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Tamara Mellon

Tamara Mellon is a key writer at Lux Furniture Sets. In addition to providing the publication with news and editorial, she is the first point of contact with most retailers who want to collaborate with our publication.

Tamara has her B.A from Howard University and now works as a merchandiser for a major furniture retailer.

Tamara lives in Williamsburg, where she enjoys connecting with burgeoning furniture designers and people in the fashion world. Her dream is to create a major fashion and furniture collab that takes the world by storm.

Bailey Lee
Bailey Lee

Bailey Lee is a Junior Contributor at Lux Furniture Sets. She is currently an undergrad at New York University’s Gallatin School of Individualized Studies, where she is studying the intersection of architecture, psychology, and interior design.

Lee came to New York from Singapore, where she developed a passion for indoor outdoor spaces. Her dream is to one day create a therapeutic space similar to the Singapore floating Gardens in the United States.