Jonathan Adler is a potter, designer and author whose design inspirations have mainly come from the mid-century modern style art and global pop culture. He includes his passion for culture, craftsmanship and mid-century in every single one of his projects. In addition to collaborating with other luxury brands in the creation of some magical places, he also designs his own furniture. Check his finest luxury sideboards here and enjoy!
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The Talitha Collection is crafted from nickel-plated metal with hand-stamped patterns applied to minimalist, modernist forms. The surface is reminiscent of silver leaf – it emits that same lustrous glow—but is wonderfully durable. Generous scale and solid presence, but light and elegant. The geometric stud pattern is sure to add some rock ‘n’ roll attitude to your contemporary design.
Inspired by Jonathan Adler‘s trip to Jim Thompson’s legendary house in Bangkok, Siam captures the jewel-toned exoticism of old Siam. Deeply hued and divinely glamorous, this sideboard is what you’d dream of inheriting if your eccentric great aunt had been besties with Tony Duquette.
The Harlequin Collection features glass panes back-painted with early-morning inspired shades in angular forms. A little Italian Modern, a lot of irresistible colors. Imagine kaleidoscope hues turned down with the glamour turned up. The ivory case is tipped with brass edging, adorned with super-modern grooved hardware, and perched on a futuristic interpretation of a hairpin leg.
Minimalist forms meet Maximalist glamour. Antiqued mirror with a polished brass base. Two double-door compartments open to reveal a bright robin’s egg blue interior fitted with two adjustable shelves. Quatrefoil handles and escutcheons add a decorative flourish to the simple form. Use Delphine as a buffet in your dining room, place it behind your sofa as a chic console, or give your foyer the gift of glamour.
Reform is inspired by the Brutalist architecture of modernist temples and churches from Le Corbusier’s Ronchamp to Miami’s Temple Israel to the Cathedral of Brasília. The signature pattern originated as a relief texture sculpted in the Soho pottery studio. The design is carved onto wooden doors and then clad in a single sheet of brass, which is hand-hammered and polished to perfection. The labor-intensive process takes eight to twelve hours per door.
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