These iconic salt and pepper shakers are perfect as a hostess gift. Place a set in front of each of your guests to make your tabletop playful.
Because a few dinnertime spills are inevitable, frame your food with a festive mat befitting the tasty meal you're about to enjoy. We love the circular pattern and pops of earthy color that Jonathan Adler—Mr. Happy Chic himself—designed.
The special edition Claude dresser marries two of the 1970s favorite colors, avocado green and mustard yellow, with a rich walnut frame. This blast from the mid-century past and can add a retro touch to contemporary spaces. Isn't it great that we can choose trends of the decade to keep in our homes (funky, chunky furniture) and leave others (disco and bellbottoms) behind?
Perfect for those with a penchant for the nautical, this nifty fish-shaped trivet is a surefire way to dress you dinner table in style.
Just hearing the word 'macrame' might evoke visions of groovy hemp wall decor and tasseled hanging plant holders, but not all knotty work is rooted in retro kitsch. Home decor ace Jonathan Adler has sophisticated the craft, and his jute rug is handwoven in an organic pattern that would add a nice bit of texture to a hardwood floor.
Forget the hole-in-one, these high-fired stoneware vases from Jonathan Adler make the hole-in-three even better. The set (sold sepearately) comes in a trio of different heights and shapes, and is also offered in off white.
These modern lucite dreidels are candy for your Hanukkah table. Beautiful in the clarity of its lucite plastic body, these dreidels have an etched-on traditional Hebrew design. Comes in blue or orange
How do you stop a rhino from charging? Take away his credit card (wah wah)…and cast him in ceramic. Your treasures will always be safe in his two armored compartments.