Quirky Home Accessories from Jonathan Adler

Mix it up and add some quirky statement pieces to your home from the fabulous American designer Jonathan Adler. Known for his ‘happy chic’ approach to home furnishings and interior design Jonathan originally specialised in hand crafted pottery and has gone on to create an ever expanding collection of home accessories including furniture. We’ve put together some of our favourite of his more interesting designs…

This fabulously unusual Whale Butter Dish is made from high-fired stoneware with a matte white glaze. Inspired by animals simplified into their essential forms and accented with a layer of bold geometric pattern Jonathan Alder’s playful collection of ceramic animals is perfect to add charm to any home.

 

The perfect pop of geometric colour for your living space, these Peace & Love coasters are presented in a strikingly designed matching gift box making them a fabulous gift idea for any occasion. Made from high-fired porcelain these four coasters will protect your surfaces from cup ring marks and look super stylish in the process.

Add some flair to your bookshelf with this charming set of Owl bookends by Jonathan Adler. Made from high-fired porcelain with an alabaster base the first step in production is hand sculpting the prototype. Then the layer of relief is achieved by taping the clay to create the pattern, and then painstakingly a wet sponge is used to erode the clay and create precise peaks and valleys.

 

A reason to season, these striking bird salt & pepper shakers will add quirky style to any dining table. Made from high-fired stoneware these uniquely designed salt & pepper shakers are also presented in a beautifully illustrated gift box making them a wonderful gift idea for any occasion.

 

Create perfect punctuation for your pictures with this Brackets frame, combining a bold blue colour with clean lines. Made from enamel with polished nickel accents it is available in white, red, green, blue & black colours and is presented in a chic gift box.

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