Jonathan Adler Just Launched a Collection With Amazon and It’s Shockingly Affordable

published Oct 17, 2018
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Jonathan Adler is one of our favorite sources of inspiration—even if some of his pieces are on the pricier end. But we have good news: The retailer has partnered with Amazon for Now House, a new collection where you can get that signature colorful meets glam look, for a lot less.

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The Now House by Jonathan Adler collab includes furniture, rugs, bedding, and decorative accessories that are both design forward and affordable, and with the convenience of Amazon’s fast shipping. Decor pieces start at $16 for a tray, coffee and side tables are in the $158 to $298 range, and sofas are all under $1,300.

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Here are some of our top picks from the collection:

You can’t go wrong with a striped rug, and this one adds interest without being too busy.

Terrazzo is back in a big way, and if you don’t want to commit to retiling your floors, there are plenty of fun accent pieces, like this vase.

This sofa is timeless: chic velvet in a classic navy, with a sleek leg and high arms.

These arrived today at our office, and staffers have commented that they are “sturdy,” “eye-catching” “statement pieces.”

Real estate editor Liz is fully enamored by the collection, this dresser in particular: “As someone who one day aspires to live in a White Stripes music video, this dresser feels like it has waltzed out of my dreams. It is maybe the most design-forward (read: non-beige) dresser I have seen at that price point. The legs on this are truly something you usually have to spend thousands of dollars to access.”

This plush storage bench feels both Art Deco and futuristic, which is extremely a vibe.

Pastels plus black and white have been quite the color trend as of late, and these dining chairs fit right in.

The elongated ovals of the Josef tables, especially this console, have a ’70s feel that I’m really into.

It’s not Adler if it’s not cheeky, so you can bet there are some quirky touches, like this Wink pillow.