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Crisp white linen pants paired with long strands of gold necklaces is the perfect summer look for a dinner date by the water or a stroll along the beach. The white and gold combination one of my favorites for summer fashion, but it also translates well year-round in home decor. Gold accents add just a touch of glamour to classic white shapes.
I’m having a bit of a fit over Jonathan Adler’s new tote bags. Just in time for beach bag season and my favorite color-happy designer comes out with coated canvas totes in kitschy prints — what luck! And the inside is the best part, the pockets are labeled so I’ll be able to find my cell and sunnies in a pinch. Tell me, which is your favorite?
Images via Jonathan Adler
Further proof that I need an iPhone — Jonathan Adler iPhone cases — in yellow and gray. I mean if that’s not a sign, I don’t know what is!
I just “liked” Jonathan Adler on Facebook and noticed a cool feature on his website; there is a gallery of photos called “Show us your JA style“ posted by users that have transformed their home using Jonathan Adler products.
Anyone with an interest in Jonathan Adler design clearly has good taste, so the gallery is a treasure trove of great images:
Images via Jonathan Adler
This weekend, Boston realtor Ricardo Rodriguez presented the Urban Showhouse — an open house fundraiser benefiting the Pine Street Inn, with rooms decorated by various interior designers including Jonathan Adler, Andrew Terrat & Dee Elms, Dennis Duffy, and Lisa Kreiling. I had the pleasure of sneaking a peak with my friend Taz after a lovely Sunday morning afternoon brunch and a few champagne cocktails.
Per usual, everything in Jonathan Adler’s family room was quirky, fun, and effortlessly stylish. I was lusting after these matching chairs:
And my favorite space was the second bedroom, also designed by Lisa Krieling. I stood in the center of the room and spun around pointing at things, saying “Want. Want. Want.” The end tables looks like a smaller version of Jenna Lyons’ desk.
And I’m obsessed with the green bench and the rug — the colors are gorgeous! I would have bought it right off the floor if I had the option (especially with those few glasses of champagne in my system).
I just read that the April windows at Barneys NY are going to be done by Todd Selby and am hoping I can check them out when I’m in the city next weekend. I love his blog, and just got my hands on his new book, The Selby. My review of the book? Head out and pick it up right now, it’s my new favorite. What’s so great about the book (and the blog) is that the homes he photographs are so real; no styling, no designers, just people in their homes. It’s voyeurism of the best kind, the kind where you get to sneak a peek behind the doors of some pretty creative people… and look at all of their awesome crap.
My favorite images from the book so far (I’m still flipping through it again and again) are of the home of loveable pair Simon Doonan and Jonathan Adler. Their space is as light-hearted and playful as their personalities seem! I mean, come on, they have an upholstered ping-pong table!
There are also some pretty fabulous shots of Karl Lagerfeld’s home with ridiculous floor to ceiling bookcases, but to see those, you’ll have to buy the book!
Images via The Selby