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July 21, 2019
Jonathan Adler: The Passion For Mid-Century Projects

Jonathan Adler is a potter, a very famous designer, and author. Today, Most Expensive Homes is going to show you some mid-century design projects of top interior designer Jonathan Adler in New York!

 

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Adler launched his first ceramic collection in 1993 at Barneys New York. Five years later he expanded into home furnishings, opening his first namesake boutique in Manhattan. Adler now has 26 stores worldwide, an e-commerce site, and wholesale business with over 1,000 locations worldwide.

Jonathan Adler: The Passion For Mid-Century Projects

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In addition to ceramic design, Jonathan Adler Enterprises has expanded to become a design brand offering decorative objects, tabletop collections, bedding, bath accessories, gifts, candles, furniture, rugs, pillows, lighting, and most recently handbags. His projects go beyond real Home Decor. In 2009, for instance, Adler was asked by Mattel to design the modern-glam interiors for the “real” Barbie Dream House as part of Barbie’s 50th anniversary! Check the result in the Image Bellow.

 

Jonathan Adler: The Passion For Mid-Century Projects

Credits by Jonathan Adler

Jonathan Adler’s inspirations have mainly come from the Mid-Century Modern Style! He’s also an Art and Global Pop lover. He includes his passion for culture, craftsmanship, and mid-century in all of his projects, including the ones in New York that will show right now. Just pay attention to the stunning Living Room Design Projects that we have for you!

 

Jonathan Adler: The Passion For Mid-Century Projects

Credits by Jonathan Adler

Jonathan Adler is best known for his “happy” interior designs and line of home furnishings. He owns a design company that’s dedicated to bringing “grooviness to your home” with pottery, furniture, rugs, or stationary. The following New York Design projects head by Jonathan Adler perfectly transmits this happy and power-color style of his.

 

Jonathan Adler: The Passion For Mid-Century Projects

Credits by Jonathan Adler

 

Jonathan Adler: The Passion For Mid-Century Projects

Credits by Jonathan Adler

 

Jonathan Adler: The Passion For Mid-Century Projects

Credits by Jonathan Adler

As you can see, Jonathan Adler is always surprising in his designs and he makes any design lovers happy! With a passion for an Eclectic and Mid-century modern style, Jonathan’s amazing interiors are constantly a trend for the interior design world and a source of inspiration for top Luxury Design Brands like Essential Home.

 

Jonathan Adler: The Passion For Mid-Century Projects

Credits by Jonathan Adler

The Monocles Sideboard (GET PRICE NOW)  is an eclectic and luxurious Mid-Century Modern Sideboard by Essential Home that could work in any one of Jonathan Adler’s New York projects that are showcased above. Built entirely out of solid walnut wood, accented by its gold plated brass front doors that feature a protruding circular design, the Monocles Sideboard is one of Essential Home’s Best Selling Products and a Must-Have piece for any Mid-Century decor.

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