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Fashion Police Set Designed by Jonathan Adler

Style to Steal from The Fashion Police Set.

I’m a huge fan of both Joan Rivers and Jonathan Adler, so I was rather delighted to discover that Adler was the man behind the iconic Fashion Police set. It’s no surprise really; this Hollywood Regency design has his name all over it. On the blog today, take a closer look at the products used to create this look and find out how much it would cost to have this look in your own home.

Fashion Police Set Designed by Jonathan Adler

What I love about this design is that it strikes the perfect balance between sophistication and surprise. It feels formal enough yet there’s a gentle nod to quirk in the ornaments, textures and patterns used throughout, which certainly keeps things visually dynamic.

Below are some of the items direct from Jonathan’s website, so if you’re a lover of this type of design you can go ahead and nab them for yourself right away! (PS: totally want one of those initial cushions like you wouldn’t believe!).

Jonathan Adler Homewares from Fashion Police Set

1 | Navy Louis Arm Chair, $1295.
2 | Nixon Cocktail Table, $1199.99
3 | Brass Ulu Side Table, $1350
4 | Pink Roses (from your local florist)
5 | Navy Talitha Peruvian Flat Weave Rug, $795
6 | Lacquer Hexagon Tray, $175
7 | Reversible Letter Throw Pillow, $125
8 | Muerice Chandelier, $995
9 | Mongolian Lamb Bench, $1595

TOTAL: Get the Fashion Police Set for $7529.99 USD

Want more interior design from TV shows? Check out my post on Carrie Bradshaw’s apartment by clicking here.

Outside of writing this blog, Chris is an interior designer, presenter and author. He's also spent time on TV, on Channel 10's Changing Rooms, as well presenting segments on Channel 7's Sunrise and The Morning Show. If you'd like to book a design consult with Chris, you can find out more here


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