Albert Hadley (1921 – 30 March 2012) was an American interior designer and decorator born in Nashville, Tennessee.
His long-time design partner was Sister Parish. He attended Peabody College, Nashville, and was a graduate of and teacher at Parsons School of Design, New York City and Paris. He trained with the South’s best-known decorator, A. Herbert Rodgers. After serving overseas in WW II he studied and taught at Parsons, and then formed his own studio. He then worked at the distinguished New York design firm of McMillen, Inc. and co-founded Parish-Hadley, Associates (1962–1999). Lauded with numerous international design awards for his creative output, he worked in a variety of styles; modern, Victorian, Georgian.
Hadley’s clients included former Vice President Albert Gore and Tipper Gore, Babe Paley and William S. Paley, Oscar de la Renta and Annette de la Renta, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Ambassador and Mrs. Henry Grunwald, Dr. and Mrs. G. Patrick Maxwell, Mike Nichols and Diane Sawyer, Mrs. Brooke Astor, and the Astor and Getty families.
Mrs. Henry Parish II, was chosen by Jacqueline Kennedy to decorate both the White House and a private home owned by John F. Kennedy before Albert came to work for her.
Albert Hadley was inducted into the Interior Design Hall of Fame in 1986.