Jonathan Adler's Home: Bold and Maximalist

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From the pages of The Wall Street Journal, here's a look at designer Jonathan Adler's New York home.

If you love color and quirk, you'll feel right at home! In the article, Adler describes his design approach as "maximalist", which may be an understatement.

As the article notes, "With curved, molded ceilings and large windows, the space is decorated with boldly-upholstered furniture, antiques and whimsical art—a mix of flea market finds and well-known artists' work—offset by off-white walls with geometric moldings. "It's just totally quirky and personal and ever-changing," said Mr. Adler of his residence."

In addition to bold colors, there is loads of pattern: on the walls, floors and ceiling lights. I love the floor rug with squares in the seating area and the geometric tile-effect rug in the dining room.

Jonathan Adler Meurice Chandelier

He also like his own design work! In the seating area at the top, you'll see the Meurice Collection Bronze Chandelier (above) used as a dramatic centerpiece.

As always, his design style is captivating and entertaining.

Photos thanks to The Wall Street Journal.

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  • Jonathan Adler has the most excellent aesthetic taste. He is a god!

Jonathan Adler's Home: Bold and Maximalist