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JONATHAN ADLER ACCESSIBILITY STATEMENT

JONATHAN ADLER ACCESSIBILITY STATEMENT

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Greg Natale

J'Adore:

Greg Natale

Jonathan wrote it best for The Tailored Interior’s foreward—“Kate Moss has it, Roger Federer has it, Noel Coward had itGreg Natale definitely has it.” Five quick Qs for a favorite who knows his way around a room.

Living room with blue curved sofa and geometric ceiling design

Minimalist or maximalist?

Maximalist! but I am a sucker for clean lines and low furniture.

We believe every designer has a secret weapon—what’s yours?

Pattern! I think pattern can work across any style and any theme. It can work in minimalist or maximalist interiors, and that’s the magic of pattern, it can work in a beach house, a city pad or a family home. Pattern can help create balance in a room. Pattern can be bold and also be understated!

Greg Natale

Current palette crush?

Maroon, brick and blush.

Describe your trademark vibe in three words.

Tailored, patterned and layered!

Favorite JA piece you've used?

Blue Goldfinger chairs. And now I am just mad for it in Varese Persimmon! It exudes Studio 54 glamour and I love its low lines, velvet fabric and brass frame.

Favorite JA piece you've used?

Blue Goldfinger chairs. And now I am just mad for it in Varese Persimmon! It exudes Studio 54 glamour and I love its low lines, velvet fabric and brass frame.

Blue and gold chair in front of bookcase