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About Lorri


Lorri Dyner

Lorri Dyner is a home and lifestyle expert, and owner of Lorri Dyner Design LLC. Drawing on accessible and affordable decorating solutions, Lorri brings her clients’ homes to a whole new level of beautiful. As a writer and speaker, Lorri’s mission is to take the overwhelm out of decorating by demonstrating how to break decorating down into simple, approachable steps.

Lorri regularly brings her bright and fun personality to national and local TV including the TODAY Show, The Meredith Vieira Show, Good Day New York and Home & Family. Lorri has also been featured in publications such as HGTV Magazine and the Chicago Tribune, and she is an official contributor to and the Huffington Post.

Originally from the Bay Area, Lorri recently convinced her New York native husband to relocate to California after raising their family in New York for several years.  She is glad to have the best of both worlds as her work allows her to jet between coasts.  On a given Saturday, you’ll find Lorri chasing after a sand-eating toddler at the local beach or spray painting yet another piece of furniture in her driveway.

Lorri Dyner Design


Watch Lorri bring fun & clever home and lifestyle ideas to life!

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Chopsticks Aren't Just For Eating!

Meredith Vieira Show

Lorri dropped by the Meredith Vieira Show to showcase all the unexpected home uses for chopsticks.

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From Ordinary to Extraordinary!

Today Show

Lorri stopped by the TODAY show to share four easy DIY projects that can take basic furniture to a whole new level

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The Clothing Burrito

Meredith Vieira Show

Watch Lorri showcase her home & lifestyle expertise by packing a wrinkle-free suitcase for Meredith Vieira

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The Lazy Guide to DIY


Have you had DIY fails? Haven't we all! Lorri shows host Kristina Behr some foolproof DIY projects that anyone can do.

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Designer Secrets

The Today Show

Lorri swings by the TODAY Show to reveal some decorator secrets for getting an expensive designer look without the high price tag

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Inside an LA Office Makeover


Watch Lorri's transformation of an LA office for a well-deserving group of YouTube moms

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Decorating Tips Column

Westchester Magazine

Lorri writes a regular column for Westchester Magazine, full of affordable decorating tips and tricks

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Charolotte's Locks


Lorri's Orange DIY console table was featured in HGTV Magazine. Read all about it!

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Picking a Stair-runner

Chicago Tribune

Sharing Inspiration and Lessons Learned with the Chicago Tribune

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What's in my bag?

What’s In My Bag?

On the Go! Lorri Dyner spills her purse…

People are always stopping the decorator to admire her orange tote: “They ooh and ahh like it’s a designer item,” says Lorri, “but this thing was less than $60 – I think it’s made of plastic!” This is Lorri Dyner’s philosophy in a nutshell – how do you maintain a high-end look but keep the cost to a few bucks? The New York-based decorator and mom of two shows us what she’s hauling around town.

Measure Up “I bring my tape measure with me absolutely everywhere, even on vacation! In my business, you just never know when you will need it.”

Child’s Play “One of my most embarrassing moments was dropping my bag on a client’s beautiful carpet and huge amounts of cheddar bunnies crumbs and wrappers came tumbling out. Like any mom, I always have toys and snacks for my kiddos.”

Color Her Happy “I’m rarely without my ‘Paint Color Bible’ – I get more paint color questions than any other decorating question!”

Natural Beauty Fake-Out “I always have a pair of fake eyelashes with me for last-minute TV producer meetings, and I’ve become an expert at gluing them on a moving train!”

Organize The Gorgeous Chaos “I live my life by lists! I keep everything organized in my Daily Action Planner (from Savor the Success). It reminds me of my long-terms goals and how I should be spending my time.”