The homeowners requested a Jonathan Adler-inspired, family-friendly living and dining room. Their existing kitchen chairs got a mini-makeover with affordable new fabric. Design by HGTV Star contestant Jessie Miller
To add an element of modularity to the bedroom, a pair of table lamps from Jonathan Adler was chosen due to their interchangeability. The bases are made of 2-inch-thick clear acrylic which serves as a base to display different ceramics available through the artist/designer's website. Although the lamps currently feature a white dragon, they can be given new identity by simply swapping out the mythical creature for any of the other available Jonathan Adler pieces.
A boldly patterned cornice, durable FLOR tiles and a bright, fun palette create a bedroom fit for two young superheroes. The fabric is by Schumacher, and the cube-shaped nightstand is by Jonathan Adler.
Dark browns give a elegant, solemn tone to this home office. The rug's tailored pattern is a hint of dimension on the floor. Custom built-in bookshelves: AWWSI; Rug: Stanton Needlepoint; Sconce lighting: Jonathan Adler; Chairs by Sunpan
Peek in the mirror of this small bathroom and get a glimpse of the abstract shower tile in grays, blues and white. They served as the jumping off point for the room's tone and palette. Tile: Floor and Decor Tenafly, NJ; Mirror: Uttermost; Sconce lighting: Jonathan Adler; Accessories: Pigeon and Poodle
A common trick of the trade is to juxtapose modern shapes with more classic ones — which is what Dallas-based designer Elaine Williamson did when she chose these mod, Jonathan Adler fixtures to counterbalance the elegant sophistication of a bathroom's carrera marble countertops. The mirror works as a mix between the two styles — mod with sophisticated lines.
Melamine plates and tumblers are ideal for such a setting, and with so many designs available, you won't have to compromise on style. These dinner plates are from West Elm and the salad plates are by Jonathan Adler. Hint: Pick up a few sticks and spray-paint them gold to add a bit of nature to the table.
At Jonathan Adler, optimistic color and modernist design are part of the company's fun and luxe bedding collection. As Jonathan notes, bedding is "the first thing you see in the morning and the last thing you see when you go to bed. It should make you happy and calm — choose colors and textures that you love. Our bedding brings our favorite colors, groovy fabrics and the luxury of cotton percale to your bed, making you well rested when you wake."
The textured black wallpaper is good for sleeping, but also is great for hiding that TV! We didn't want to take things to seriously so this white Jonathan Adler vase reminds us of that! It's whimsy and charm in this dramatic space makes you stop and smile.
Originally the dresser was just supposed to be sleek and clean without hardware, but addidng this hardware and the metal base took it to the next level. This hefty gothic iron pulls completely transformed it!