The Author

Hanna Seabrook

Hanna Seabrook is the enthusiast behind gadabout creative, a graphic design studio, lifestyle blog and shop (if she can get her act together) based in louisville, kentucky.


Talking Points

Rock-Paper-Scissors makes her nervous • If she wasn’t a graphic designer she probably would have attempted interior design • She has messy handwriting • She loves old photographs of her parents • She likes the idea of tea cups • She is always 5 minutes late or 30 minutes early • She is married to her high school sweetheart • She is a horrible speller • She lives in button downs and matchstick pants • She kinda likes rainy days • She is going to try to learn French before she’s 30 • Severe impatience gets in the way of her entrepreneurial spirit • She has a (hopefully charming) southern accent • She tries (and often fails) to be an early riser • Fresh linens fix most of her problems • She could put ticking stripes in every room of her house • She was named after her grandmother • Her cavaliers, Henrietta and Wallace, are her favorite Instagram subjects • She doesn’t have a favorite color • She hopes to write a children’s book one day • She dearly loves to laugh



The aisles of any antique shop / The simplicity of charcoal sketches / The consistency and cleverness of the J.Crew Brand / The size of W Magazine / The styling of Ann Mashburn / The intimacy of a dinner party / The complexity of typefaces / The warmth of a bookstore / The botanicals of Mia Carameros / The acquisitions of Bunny Mellon / The spaces of Tom Scheerer / The moodiness of wearing black / The lightheartenness of wearing white / The perfection of “Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simple.” – Albert Einstein / The color of Chloe ad campaigns / The wit of J.D.Salinger’s Franny and Zooey / The grandiosity of Sofia Coppola’s Marie Antionette / The restaurants of New York City / The cobblestone streets of Charleston / The melancholy of classical music / The articles of Town & Country / The tranquility of Joe Wright’s Pride and Prejudice / The thrill of a snail-mailed invitation