Last night I was invited to the launch of Syndney-based interior designer, Greg Natale’s new book, The Tailored Interior, which was held at The Jonathan Adler Melrose showroom in Los Angeles. Connoisseurs of the furniture and design world congregated to meet Greg, receive signed copies of his latest book, and browse the entire Jonathan Adler collection of home goods that blend whimsy and functionality all into one package. The Tailored Interior, published by Rizzoli/Hardie Grant, has a foreword by Jonathan Adler himself, and is a celebration of bespoke styling that will inspire both established design professionals and aspiring home decorators.
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Hors D’oeuvres and prosecco were served while everyone was able to shop for signature pieces and an oversized modern wall clock that stuck out to them.
If Peru had a baby with Palm Springs and raised that child in Miami Beach, you’d have the quintessential Jonathan Adler style. There are timeless pieces to be sure, blending sensible modernism with tradition, but there’s always an underlying tongue-in-cheek irreverence that makes his designs so deliciously fun. I couldn’t stop smiling at some of the eccentric pieces that were juxtaposed with time-honored classics that formed an ideal pairing.
Check out the photos below for some serious “design-gasms” and try not to become too jealous. The entire time being in the Jonathan Adler store made me want to completely redecorate everything in my house. Now if I could just convince him to send me a few pieces…