Jennifer Boles at the Peak of Chic
about how fresh Albert Hadley's work is. Even ten years after his apartment was published in Elle Decor it appears current. Timeless.
As I have been having a fantasy love affair with "Trixie" - the Red/Black on Off-White has been on my desk for months - I have noticed Hadley's wallpapers popping up hear and there.
Here is Trixie in chic black and grey in Kate Rheinstein Brodsky's New York kitchen.
Splatter in Eddie Ross's window at Bloomingdale's.
And local designer, Ann Egan's, kitchen in the December/January issue of Spaces.
Christopher Spitzmiller has a stylish lamp named "Hadley
," and while I love it in this matte finish
I can't help wondering what it would like like with the "Miro" pattern applied tone-on-tone
by Roy Hamilton.
Images from top, Elle Decor, February 2000, photography by Fernando Bengoechea, via the Peak of Chic, Hadley's Connecticut home from Albert Hadley, The Story of America's Preeminent Interior Designer by Adam Lewis, photography by Fernando Bengoechea; Brodsky's apartment, Elle Decor, March 2010, photography by William Waldron; Bloomingdale's window via Eddie Ross; Egan's kitchen, Spaces, December/January 2009/10, photography by Aaron Leimkuehler; Hadley lamps from Christopher Spitzmiller; last image, my own.
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