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Check Out Amazon’s Exclusive Now House Collection from Jonathan Adler
Amazon’s brand new, luxury-inspired collaboration with Jonathan Adler has everything you love about the iconic designer’s happy-chic, throwback aesthetic — but at a charmingly affordable price point.
Terrazzo Droplet Vase
The look of terrazzo — flooring material consisting of chips of marble or granite set in concrete and polished to give a smooth surface — is reportedly making a comeback in today’s interiors, and Adler is leading the charge. The mosaic pattern abounds in his new collection, and this glazed vase is a perfect example. At 4.75 in. x 5.75 in., it’s the perfect size to sit pretty on a shelf or a side table solo or as part of an arrangement.
Chain Stitch Fractal Pillow
Adler has fun with fractals in his Now House line, using the prismatic pattern to lend drama and dimension to his textiles. This 18 in. x 18 in. jewel-toned throw pillow is our favorite of the entire collection. It has a chain-stitch finish in the front and a luxe, black velvet back, and it comes with a pillow insert.
Chroma Mirror Jewelry Box
Pastels play a major role throughout the Now House line. Case in point: the iridescent mirrored panels of this glam jewelry box. Amazon reviewers can’t get enough of the box’s soft sophistication. Lift the beveled lid to reveal a felt-lined interior with enough room to store sparkly treasures.
Wink Collection Area Rug
Anyone familiar with the happy-chic aesthetic that made Adler a home decor sensation in the early aughts will recognize the designer’s signature style in this mod-inspired Wink pattern. The all-seeing eye pops up on Now House’s wall art, trinkets and textiles — like this 5 ft. x 7 ft. statement rug. It may be white, but the tufted wool floor covering is built to stand up to heavy foot traffic.
Pierre Cushion Sofa
What’s a vintage-inspired home decor line without a plush, velvet sofa? This chic couch in an unexpected neutral —navy blue — invites you to sprawl out on 36-in.-deep cushions and take a nap nestled in a soft pile of pillows. The best part? Shipping is free.
Nesting Side Table Set in Mint and Blue
Adler calls mint “the new neutral,” and he happily incorporates the cool hue into his new designs. Here he pairs it with a tonally similar powder blue for a nesting table duo‘ with powder-coated frames and tinted-glass surfaces — that exemplify understated sophistication.
Grid End Table in Black and White
Bold, black-and-white grid patterns are key in the Now House collection, giving picture frames, textiles, mirrors and furniture pop-art appeal. We particularly love the lines of this lacquer end table that conceals a roomy drawer for storing essentials out of sight. Matching accent tables and dressers are also available.
Printed Canvas Triptych
It doesn’t get more mod than this three-part geometric wall art. It can be arranged in a cohesive pattern that keeps its lined design intact, or staggered for a whimsical look. All together, the minimalist arrangement is 33 in. wide x 14 in. high and comes ready to hang. One Amazon reviewer raved about the “fun energy” it brings to a room.
Josef Bedside Table
This blonde wood bedside table is a nod to the Scandinavian mid-century modern aesthetic that inspires so much of Adler’s designs. Concentric circles engraved into the facade echo the geometric patterns that dominate the Now House collection.
Vally Bar Cart
Following Now House’s pastel or black-and-white theme, this powder-coated metal bar cart with color-matched glass is the life of the party in playful mint, basic black or white. Roll it out as an extra surface for drinks, or keep it by the door to use as an unexpected catchall for keys, cell phones and mail.
Vally Club Chair
Pale pink plays a pivotal role in the Now House collection, and we’re smitten with this vintage-inspired side chair in sweet Blush. With velvet upholstery and a powder-coated metal base, it’s the perfect balance of feminine flair and sophistication.
Marco Duvet Cover Set
This cozy stone-washed percale bedding is big on comfort and style, with a geometric gradient pattern. This peaceful, subdued blue bedding makes for a perfectly dreamy setup.
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