Hadley Keller

Hadley Keller

Senior Editor

Hadley Keller is a writer and editor based in New York, covering design, interiors, and culture. She served as Associate Market Editor, Design Reporter, and News Editor for Architectural Digest and AD PRO before joining Miescisko, where she continues to cover the work of talented interior designers. Hadley is a staunch maximalist who has been known to “rescue” unwanted furniture from the streets of New York. She loves travel, cooking, entertaining, and visiting museums as often as she can.

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A Pre-War, Ornately Trimmed Apartment that Doesn't Feel Stuffy

How to liven up a traditional home? Let the kids help!

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How a Color Guru Designs a Neutral Apartment

It's all about texture, layout—and a big jolt of color in one particular space.

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How Two Hamilton Stars Designed Their Dream Home—Online

The Broadway couple turned to an accessible option for outfitting a new home

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Gloria Vanderbilt Dies at 95

The multitalented artist and philanthropist's death was announced by her son, Anderson Cooper

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Here's How a Chef-and-Restaurateur Couple Decorated Their Kitchen
Nina Tinari and Michael Schulson of Schulson Collective take us inside their home, where everything has its place—but the look is far f…
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Remembering Gabe Grunewald, Pro Runner and Friend of Chip and Joanna Gaines

The athlete fought a rare form of cancer for more than 10 years.

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You Can Now Buy the Tile from This Insta-Famous House

Zio & Sons's new line for Clé is inspired by Morocco and looks at home anywhere.

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Please Stop with the Open Shelving

I'll stick with my china cabinet, thanks.

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The Best Home Decor Outlet Stores in the U.S.

Score high style on a low budget.

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And PPG's Color of the Year Is...

It's a departure from gray, that's for sure!

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Watch the Insane Process Behind This Glass Pendant

It takes 4 people just to remove the fixture's mold.

The Big Apple is chock full of ghost stories, from haunted houses to bars whose customers never left. Uncover more about the city's hauntings on a Ghosts of New York Tour, and who knows, you might even run into the spirit of Edgar Allen Poe or Harry Houdini.
This Crazy-Luxe NYC Apartment Comes With…a Trip to Space

Oh, and a private chef, a house in the Hamptons, and three luxury cars.

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Why You Need to Stop Decorating with Beige

Trust the designer to the Regans, Bushes, Joan Crawford, Ethel Merman, and the Carters.