Hadley Keller, Architectural Digest

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Architectural Digest

New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Hadley:

13 Modern Shower Curtains That'll Instantly Upgrade Your Bathroom

Warning: You’ll want to spend a lot longer in the bath thanks to these modern shower curtains → Read More

FAIR and Merida Open Joint Showroom at the New York Design Center

Brad Ford partners with the carpet company in a space twice the size of FAIR’s last home → Read More

Hill West, Architects Behind Some of New York's Most Recognizable Buildings, Celebrates 10 Years

For a decade, Hill West has been quietly defining New York's skyline as architects on buildings like David Adjaye's 130 William and Herzog & De Meuron's 56 Leonard → Read More

Oomph Celebrates 10 Years with Designs by Mark D. Sikes, Celerie Kemble, Young Huh, and More

The brand has enlisted 10 designers for limited-edition items → Read More

G.P. Schafer Architect Overhauls a Bare-Bones Space for a Residential-Feeling Office

As head of G.P. Schafer Architect, Gil Schafer is in the business of creating spaces that both function well and look beautiful. So it’s not hard to imagine that he and his team of 30 architects and designers were less than happy with their former Manhattan office space, which had seeped onto a second floor as the firm grew, making for a sprawling, discombobulated layout. “It was a little bit… → Read More

Caroline Rafferty Brings the Treasures of a European Grand Tour to Palm Beach

The designer and her business partner and mother looked to the 17th- and 18th-century travel custom as a model for their shop at the Royal Poinciana Plaza → Read More

Josh Greene Introduces Josh Greene Design

AD PRO visits the designer at his Flatiron office as he prepares to go solo → Read More

Detroit's New Shinola Hotel Is the Talk of the Town

Designed by Shinola's creative director, Daniel Caudill, and design firm Gachot Studios, the new hotel feels like a living room for Detroit → Read More

AD Design Show Will Return to Pier 94 this March

For the past 18 years, vendors and designers have descended on New York's Piers 92 and 94 each March for the AD Design Show. Unlike many other trade shows which focus on specific categories, ADDS is wide-reaching: Visitors can find handmade ceramics or loom-woven rugs in the MADE section, then hop over to Furnish for a dining table, then to Refresh to pick out a dishwasher. Meanwhile, a slew of… → Read More

Paris Deco Off: A High-Design McDonald’s, Alessandra Branca for de Gournay, and More Standouts

Here are the activations we loved from this year's Paris Deco Off: A High-Design McDonald’s, Alessandra Branca for de Gournay, and More Standouts → Read More

Tour Paul W. Downs and Lucia Aniello's Dream House

The couple—both equally adroit with interior design—sourced pieces from Paris flea markets, L.A. design stores, and everywhere in between → Read More

The Winter Show Modernizes the Antique Fair with Creative, Colorful Booths—and an App

Last night's opening party was colorful, lively, proof of antiques' staying power → Read More

Kerry Joyce Enlists Ceramist Heather Rosenman for a Cross-Media Collaboration

The Archetype Collection translates Rosenman's ceramic style to textiles → Read More

Chairish Inc. Acquires Dering Hall

The parent company of Chairish and Decaso is now a major player in the contemporary market → Read More

Mark D. Sikes Makes His Tabletop Debut in a Line for Blue Pheasant

The collection also marks the first designer collaboration for any of the Made Goods brands → Read More

Paloma Contreras and Devon Liedeke Open a Houston Store

Paloma & Co. brings wares from around the world to the designers' hometown → Read More

Miles Redd Announces New Partner and Renames Firm Redd & Kaihoi

After 11 years with the firm, Miles Redd announces that David Kaihoi has been made partner → Read More

What Went Into Ken Fulk's Fabulous Golden Globes After-Party Elevator

Fulk shares some fun facts about the lounge (and elevator!) you saw all over Instagram last night → Read More

Charlotte Moss Raids P.E. Guerin's Vast Archive for a Jewelry Line

Behind an unassuming hardwood door on Jane Street in New York's West Village is an outfit whose presence is a rarity in Manhattan: a full, multi-floor metal foundry and finishing studio, the headquarters of P.E. Guerin. The building is also home to some 160 years of history, saved both in the company's time-tested technique and, more literally, in an archive room, where stacks of drawers and… → Read More

2019 Design Trends: Custom Furniture, Online Sourcing, and Bold Colors, According to 1stdibs' Trend Survey

1stdibs has revealed the results of its annual survey exclusively to AD PRO → Read More