Get the Look: Jonathan Adler Entryway


Jonathan Adler’s design philosophy is that a room should be 95 percent chic and 5 percent fun. Who could argue with that? The ratio’s success is especially apparent when you look through the potter-turned-lifestyle-guru’s interior design portfolio: Each room is modern, playful, and thoroughly Adler, with tons of little decorating nuggets to take away.

I’m particularly smitten with this entryway from a private residence in New York. Here’s a roundup of sources to get the same look in your own home–though you’ll have to find that giraffe statue on your own.

This faux bamboo Greek key mirror from Ballard Designs just needs a coat of gold paint to match the one shown above. It’s on sale now for $199.99.

If your gaga for the mirrored look of the table above, try this console from Modern Furniture Warehouse. If it’s the sleek lines of the one at top that you prefer, opt instead for Adler’s own lacquer console.

X-benches are all over the place now, but I like the number of fabric options available with this version from Ballard. Plus, the price starts at $179 a piece, which is difficult to beat.

And now for your 5 percent fun! The cheapest version of this owl umbrella stand that I could find is for $95 at Modern Poverty, fittingly enough.


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