Stephen Drucker


2010 was quite a year in the world of interior design and shelter media. From the retirement of America’s preeminent interior designer and the rise of digital shelter publications to the magazine masthead changes that rocked the design community, these were the industry’s biggest stories that made headlines in 2010.

1. The Legendary Albert Hadley Retires

After 60 some years working as an interior designer, Albert Hadley, also known as “The Dean of American Decorating”, retired in the Fall leaving behind a lasting legacy in the design world.

2. Stephen Drucker Leaves House Beautiful to Helm Town & Country

Newly appointed chief editor of Town and Country Stephen Drucker and the magazine’s January 2010 cover featuring interior designer Kelly Wearstler.

Major shakeups in the publishing and interior design worlds today! Stephen Drucker, Editor-in-Chief of House Beautiful since October 2005 has just been named Editor-in-Chief of Town & Country. He begins his position on April 20. He succeeds Pamela Fiori who has been EIC of Town & Country since 1993 and will now become Editor-at-Large and work on Town & Country books and editorial projects.

Newell Turner, left will become the new editor-in-chief of House Beautiful

When Drucker steps down …