Many years after launching his career as an interior designer, Jonathan Adler opened his first self-titled boutique in Manhattan. His design aesthetic can best be described as fresh and funky meets classic lines and patterns – a true reflection of modern interior design trends.
Now, you can shop through his website from all around the world, and really capture his design aesthetic through the countless established as well as up-and-coming designers featured on this online boutique.
A few of our must-haves from his website are featured below. Enjoy free shipping on all Australian orders over $150. Let us know of your favourites in the comments below!
Black Gio Kilim Flat Weave Rug, $165
This is an essential piece to complete the look of any bedroom or living space. The geometric print goes with any interior design theme and is made to last the distance in terms of wear and tear.
Mr. & Mrs. Muse Reversible Mug, $24
A classic mug with a twist for the couple who has it all – but still wants more! Comes with a glossy white glaze with a fabulous moustache and lips on each cup.
Harlequin Table Lamp, $475
The simple brass gold candlestick lamp is what makes this piece so eye-catching, and an absolute must-have for any bedroom. Ideal for a smaller space, or even to accessorise your office or bedside table.
Gold Carnaby Stacking Dish, $32
A fun little design at an affordable price is the popular zebra dish by Jonathan Adler. Made from porcelain materials and is thick and sturdy to withstand daily wear and tear. Use as a jewellery dish to store all of the essentials.
Santorini Salt and Pepper Shakers, $23.99
An affordable little trinket inspired by the majestic Aegean sea, which will surely spice up any evening get-together. Available in gold accents which are paired with funky bold colours.
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