Meet the man behind the offbeat pottery that we ADORE
at NEST in Dallas.
Thursday, December 3 6:30 - 8:30
more info here
A visit to the Jonathon Adler boutique in NYC
always leaves us happy and inspired.
If it wasn't totally lame we would take his manifesto for our own...
He believes that your home should make you happy.
He believes that when it comes to decorating, the wife is always right.
Unless the husband is gay.
He believes in carbohydrates and to hell with the puffy consequences.
He believes minimalism is a bummer.
He believes handcrafted tchotchkes are life-enhancing.
He believes tassels are the earrings of the home.
He believes in our muses: David Hicks, Alexander Girard,
Bonnie Cashin. Hans Coper, Gio Ponti, Andy Warhol, Leroy Neiman,
Yves Saint Laurent, and Madonna.
He believes in the innate chicness of red with brown.
He believes in being underdressed or overdressed always.
He believes in infantile, happy emblems like butterflies and hearts.
He believes celebrities should pay full price.
He believes in rustic modernism: Big Sur, A-Frame beach houses,
raw beams, and geodesic dome homes.
He believes in Palm Beach style:
Louis chairs, chinoiserie, Lilly Pulitzer, The Breakers circa '72.
He believes our designs are award winning even though
they've never actually won any.
He believes in Aid to Artisans.
He believes dogs should be allowed in stores and restaurants.
He believes in mantiques - suits of armour,
worn chesterfield sofas, heraldic tapestries.
He believes you should throw out your Blackberry
and go pick some actual blackberries.
He believes colors can't clash.
He believes in blowing your nest egg on our pots.
He believes our lamps will make you look younger and thinner.
He believes in irreverent luxury.