Over the years, Jonathan Adler has developed quite the family of furniture collections, each with their own distinct look at feel. The company follows the craft approach when it comes to design – meaning, they sculpt prototypes in their Soho pottery studio before building full-scale models of each piece in their workshop. They also travel near and far looking for just the right materials to complete each piece. The designs span styles, from modern to mid-century to futuristic, to name a few, with something for just about everyone. Take a look at some of our favorite pieces.
With warm honey finishes, these organic-shaped storage pieces in the Antibes collection veer towards warm modernism and are topped off with geometric nailhead patterns.
The Caracas collection works with spheres, rods, and cones to create luxe and dynamic lighting and furniture options.
Merging masculine and feminine, the Ultra collection hints at the futuristic with their sleek use of metals, like rose gold, and glossy Carrara marble.
The Maxime collection features details of bent brass and the brand’s signature arrow sabots, which result in bold pieces that feel light and airy.
Polished metal corners and lucite frames make up the Jacques collection adding a luxe statement while feeling weightless and transparent.
Godfrey’s mid-century feel is the result of a swooping frame and button details placed on the side.
Malibu offers deep, comfortable seating with clean lines and simple brushed brass legs.
With a glam nickel-plated metal exterior that’s then hand-stamped with the pattern, the Talitha collection gives the feel of silver leaf while also being extremely durable.
See all of the new pieces on jonathanadler.com.