Albert Hadley’s Brass Front Door American Eagle

Albert Hadley creates a classic design in a small 1820s Colonial home in New Jersey featured in Home Beautiful  Your front door can speak volumes from the street.  Albert Hadley posts an American eagle on the Colonial homes brightly painted finish.

Legendary interior designer Albert Hadley is well known in the interior design community, and has designed for former Vice President Albert Gore, Diane Sawyer, Babe Paley, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, and the Astor and Getty families.  Hadley is known for his Georgian decorating, bringing in elements of neoclassicism, and all areas of design which are historic.  He says without a basic knowledge of the history, design often fails.  “If we cannot have connoisseurship in the young decorators, I would settle for a few history lessons. There is so little awareness of classical Greece, the neoclassical period, the eighteenth century, and the first half of the twentieth century. Without a foundation the house will crumble. What I am saying is not to be taken for nostalgia. Nothing is more exciting than the new. While you can build on the past, you can never really return to it”.  Hadley has some strong words for the up and coming designers, “They’re all doing beige rooms,” he groans. Hadley wishes that young designers would take more time to educate themselves about Versailles and the twenties and “ancient history.” “It’s all about acquiring a richer vocabulary,” he tells New York Magazine

Whitehall Products Wall Eagle Antique Brass

White Hall sells an American Brass Eagle, that fits into the Regency style quite nicely.  The brass colored eagle will dress up any front door with class.  The eagle is one of Americas national symbols, and hanging it on your front door will make you feel proud to be an American

The Eagle is hand made, and made when ordered.  The measurements are 29”L x 9”H.  Whitehall Products have over 60 years of experience, and has earned an excellent reputation as a provider of quality home and garden products with a broad range of unique and innovative items.

Albert Hadley creates a classic design in a small 1820s Colonial home

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