Kelsey Keith is Curbed's first editor-in-chief. She was raised in Tennessee and lived in New York for 13 years, before moving to DC in 2019. She joined Vox Media in February 2015 from Dwell magazine.
Kelsey directs all editorial operations for Curbed, with a special interest in making architecture relatable, cities approachable, streets walkable, rooms beautiful, and buildings useful. She strongly believes that if you love where you live, you should critique it in equal doses as championing it.
The Miller House: blue-chip midcentury modernism in America’s heartland
Industrialist and architecture patron J. Irwin Miller commissioned a trio of designers—Eero Saarinen, Alexander Girard, and Dan Kiley—for his home in Indiana. It’s since been cemented in the canon as a masterpiece of midcentury residential design.
From NYC to DC, 14 years of apartments
Curbed editor-in-chief Kelsey Keith reminisces about every New York apartment (and neighborhood) she’s called home.
What we saw (and loved) at NYCxDesign 2019
New York City’s annual celebration of all things design, NYCxDesign, has officially wrapped. Here’s what stood out.
This is the best bed sheet set you can buy
I’ve evangelized about these crisp cotton percale sheets to all my friends and colleagues.
Design trends to watch from Salone del Mobile and, soon, NYCxDesign
Curbed’s editor-in-chief shares intel from Milan Design Week and predictions for this month’s design festivities in New York City.
The 21 best things to do in Milan if you love design
Locals and frequent visitors dish on their favorite haunts in Italy’s hotbed of design.