Pedro Friedeberg's Left Hand chair is the main focal point of their living room. Of course Adler's line of home furnishings and accessories are found in every happy room. According to Adler, he makes, "things". According to me, things that are fabulous!
The gentlemen of the house: Simon Doonan, Jonathan Adler and Liberace.
The Channing desk by JA is used by Doonan for writing. Doonan's books are a riot, check out My Prescriptive for Anti-Depressive Living and Eccentric Glamour - Creating and Insanely More Fabulous You.
Another look at the living room. The artwork is vintage and very fitting of the decor.
Another glimpse of the living room shows a wall adorned by art produced from Adler's own stoneware tiles.
Such a sunny and bright eating area, I love it. I wish I could find that shiny giraffe for my friend Melanie who is doing a giraffe motif in her nursery. Tulip table by Knoll, back to back mirrors by Philippe Starck for Kartell. The room divider was constructed from an outdoor gate.
Is that bed ridiculously fantastic or what? I don't ususally JaDIE over canopy beds but the thick mirror gives it such a bold look, I love it! By Paul Evans, circa 1970.
Some details of the pad include Adler's Love chair and a Simian Mokey in the vanity.
A very tongue-in-cheek homage to Palm Beach includes their Foo Dog terrace. These enormous sculptures are in fact made of fiberglass and were purchased in NYC's Chinatown. Another interior shot of the bedroom displays a midcentury chandelier.
Nice digs JA, thanks for sharing!