Take a Peek at Amazon's  Colorful Collaboration With Iconic Designer Jonathan Adler

Take a Peek at Amazon's Colorful Collaboration With Iconic Designer Jonathan Adler

By Jennifer Baum Lagdameo
Amazon recently announced the launch of its first exclusive designer collaboration for the home—Now House by Jonathan Adler.

Amazon may not be your go-to online shopping site when you are looking for cool, contemporary furniture—however, the e-commerce giant is hoping to change that image. Having just announced the launch of their collaboration on a home line with the potter, designer, and author Jonathan Adler, Now House, promises to bring Adler’s distinct vision of a modern home to the masses. With influences that range from classic midcentury to the Memphis Group, the collection is sleek, colorful, and overflowing with Adler's quirky sensibilities. 

The Now House collection features a variety of looks, including blonde wood, multiple shades of blue, light-mint metals, soft-pink velvet, terrazzo vases, plus a very Adler-esque winking eye motif. And the icing on the cake? Customers are already familiar with Amazon’s convenient shopping and shipping capabilities. Scroll ahead for a look at some of our favorites from the collection.

Now House features a wide range of products, including decorative accessories, furniture, rugs, bedding, and more.

The Eye-Con Bar Cabinet is part of the cheeky "Wink of Pink" collection. 

Two Oslo Midcentury Dining Chairs in Stockholm Capri flank the blonde-wood Josef Console Table and Wall Mirror.

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A pair of Cloud Club Chairs in empire ice with a Milan Collection area rug make a chic and graphic modern statement.

The Josef Sideboard Buffet in blonde wood is part of the "New Neutrals."

The three-piece metal and glass Valley Bistro set is perfect for a small kitchen or nook. 

The Vally Sofa in Blush velvet is winner, especially when paired with a few fun throw pillows and mini mirrored Chroma Cube Accent Tables. 

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