Jonathan Adler character for less: Happy Chic collection
August 13, 2014 - table lamp
Are we a Jonathan Adler fan, though your bill doesn’t concede a selling debauch during his mint boutique?
Are we so vehement about his Phoenix store during Biltmore Fashion Park that we feel a need to collect all things Adler — now?
Then you’ll adore this option.
Adler has a mini boutique inside name J.C. Penney stores. His Happy Chic collection for a tradesman (initiated by since-fired Penney’s CEO Ron Johnson, a former Apple exec) captures his singular style. But these cost tags are not steep.
• Nina couple vase, $30. This white vase with lifted circles is classical Adler and creates a large matter on a budget.
• Bleecker finish table, $149 (originally $515). The wood-framed, mirrored-glass tip and steel bottom make this square timeless.
• Chloe pagoda pillow, $65. This sham — in classical Adler needlepoint — facilities dual stream home trends: orchid (similar to a Pantone Color of a Year) and Chinoiserie.
• Greek pivotal nap rug, $249.99 (originally $500). This 6-foot-by-9-foot blue carpet adds a large cocktail of tone and character for a money.
• Nina faux-Malachite frame, $18. Emerald is another renouned color, and a mistake gemstone settlement stands out.
• Bleecker dining table, $599 (originally $2,000). This midcentury-inspired list in a walnut finish seats six.
• Bleecker four-poster bed, $799 (originally $2,670). The distinguished purify lines of this queen-sized bed support (in a walnut finish) supplement a wow cause to any bedroom.
• Fish beach towel, $22. We indeed found this on clearway for $9; the turquoise, navy and fuchsia settlement will make it a beach favorite.
• Nina Geo lamp, $60. This tiny mint-green and white flare has a complicated geometric-shaped base.
• Crescent Heights tufted sofa, $1,195 (originally $3,995). This Midcentury Modern-style lounge in velvet has purify lines and comes with dual accelerate pillows.