Jonathan Adler - master of the glamor mix

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Jonathan Adler

Jonathan Adler is one of America’s most famous designers and an inimitable master of eclecticism. He himself defines his style as Modern American Glamor.

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Use natural stone

It should be used appropriately and accurately, and not as a flippant gimmick. This material must be approached thoughtfully.

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In the latest collections of J. Adler, the amount of “gold” has noticeably increased with a simultaneous thinning of the silhouette. Maxime chairs captivate with elegance – in the Adler catalog they found a place in the section The Golden Rule (“Golden Rule”).

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A carpet with a graphic ornament that structures the space is one of the designer’s favorite features.

Adler is immersed in the industry, so he knows the assortment of not only branded stores, but also American antique shops rich in extravagant items.

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The collection formed by the designer includes a complete set: from sofas and chandeliers to candlesticks and pillows.  You can also buy art, for example, monotypes by L. Markus.  The new finish is “rose gold”, which is copper.

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Adler created the Chippendale chairs under the influence of the XVIII English furniture maker T. Chippendale, who, in turn, turned to the chinoiserie style.  In combination with a table of laconic lines, they create a fashionable composition.

For a long time, the designer’s favorite color was emerald green, but now it seems to have been replaced by blue.  Adler defines the style of Goldfinger chairs as Minimalist Comfort, Milano chandeliers – Contemporary Classic.  Caracas table: brass and rosewood.

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Adler created the Chippendale chairs under the influence of the XVIII English furniture maker T. Chippendale, who, in turn, turned to the chinoiserie style.  In combination with a table of laconic lines, they create a fashionable composition.

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