Jonathan Adler designer fabrics are quirky, modern and stylish. In the 2000’s, the American style-setter collaborated with luxury textile giant, Kravet, creating fabric collections emphasizing geometric designs, exotic cut velvet, color-infused wool and funky, abstract prints.
He began his career as a potter in New York City. His first collection debuted at Barneys upscale department store and now in addition to ceramics, his home decor empire consists of textiles, furnishings, lighting, art and other decorative accouterments. Jonathan is also an author, guest speaker, product designer and celebrity interior designer.
Jonathan Adler is Modern American Glamour.
Jonathan Adler fabrics draw on inspiration from Mid-Century Modernism and popular culture. Signature contemporary prints are a staple in Adler’s interiors along with vivid chevrons, tongue-in-chic pop art designs and a playful use of shape and proportion.
Courbet is a popular print with a masculine vibe perfect for a playroom or boy’s room. The pattern features geometric gears and cogs offered in shades of blues or greys.
Other fabric prints such as Posti, a faux-bamboo look and a zany chevron pattern called Limitless reinforce Jonathan’s happy-go-lucky aesthetic. Try these colorful options at home with drapery, bedding or upholstery. The cheerful colors are sure to energize any space!
“I truly believe that good decorating can cure a lot of psychological ills and make you feel good about yourself as well as your home.”