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Modern American Glamour: All About Jonathan Adler’s Home Design

Modern American Glamour: Jonathan Adler

Modern American Glamour is Jonathan Adler‘s world. Starting out as a potter, Adler launched his namesake brand after leaving his day job to pursue this dream. In 1993, he opened his first store in Soho. Today, Jonathan Alder is the owner of a design company with his own name that has retail locations worldwide, a thriving e-commerce site, a full slate of residential and commercial projects, and a global wholesale business. Together with his team, Jonathan aims to create luxe and livable interiors that are seriously designed but don’t take themselves too seriously.

Jonathan Adler’s ‘Modern American Glamour’ Design Style

Modern American Glamour is the only word needed to describe the fun and unique home design by Jonathan Adler and his husband, Simon Doonan. Full of vibrant pieces and bold colour combinations, this duplex is an Art-Deco’s aficionado dream come true! Take a peek at their eccentric and glamorous project in the New York Greenwich Village, below!

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Jonathan Adler, Simon Doonan and his dog FoxyLady on Vladimir Kagan’s Sloane sofa with Adler cushions. Behind, there’s a Fornasetti screen.

Jonathan Adler’s Home Design: ‘Modern American Glamour’

Modern American Glamour

In the living room, in front, tables with an eye envelope and Neo Geo methacrylate, Bacharach sofa and carpet, all by Jonathan Adler. On the right, Elda green armchair by Joe Colombo, Jumbo table by Gae Aulenti for Knoll, white Marshmallow sofa by George Nelson for Vitra and palm tree by Maison Jansen. The ceiling balloons are custom made in this luxury interior design of “Modern American Glamour”.

Modern American Glamour
Modern American Glamour

Blue and gold reign in this modern contemporary design by Jonathan Adler himself. In the dining room, Hand chairs by Pedro Friedeberg and blue Rider by Adler, such as the carpet, the Vienna Chandelier and, in the background, the Eve mirrors and the Monaco table lamps, reinforcing Adler’s “Modern American Glamour” world.

Modern American Glamour

“The house is a reflection of my eclectic tastes”

– the designer, Jonathan Adler
Modern American Glamour

In the living room, Electrum table, easel and glass car, all from Jonathan Adler. Tulip chairs by Saarinen for Knoll, Vintage Murano chandelier and face drawing by Ed Paschke. Enjoying this “Modern American Glamour” home so far?

Modern American Glamour

In the dressing roomTalitha sideboard by Adler, like the Puzzle mirror. Florence Broadhurst wallpaper.

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Modern American Glamour

Chair and ottoman Ribbon by Pierre Paulin and Maxime chair by Jonathan Adler in is signature Modern American Glamour style.

Modern American Glamour
Modern American Glamour

Modern American Glamour

In the hall, Reform sideboard, Globe lamp, birds, bust, mirror, and vase, all by Adler, and chandelier by Gaetano Sciolari.

Modern American Glamour
Modern American Glamour

In a corner of the room, Ultra armchair with Lips Full Dose cushion, Canaan coffee table, and I-Scream vase, all by Jonathan Adler. About the Aldo Tura furniture bar, Vintage portrait. Filled with the best and most colourful interior design projects, Adler’s portfolio now counts with his own “Modern American Glamour” home‘s design.

Modern American Glamour

See also: Charles Zana Modern Chairs Ideas

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