Discover the most Colorful Credenzas by Jonathan Adler
Jonathan Adler is not only an American designer and potter but an authentic master of colors. His designs are filled with vivid colors, that instantly become statement pieces wherever they are displayed in. Natural from New Jersey, Jonathan Adler has become a reference when it comes to colorful designs. At Buffets and Cabinets, we’ve made a selection of some of his best credenzas.
The Nouvelle Credenza presents a nod to Neo-Memphis style and a wink of Modern American Glamour.
It features a mirrored case in tones of smoke, cobalt, and copper perched on a minimalist cube base with a mosaic pattern inspired by Pop Art super graphics and the sunset.
The Harlequin Credenza features glass panes back-painted with early-morning inspired shades in angular forms – a lot of irresistible colors. It resembles kaleidoscope hues turned down with the glamour turned up.
The classic and elegant Turner Credenza is adorned with Adler’s signature honeycomb hardware.
This chic Chinoiserie meets Park Avenue Flair is available in custom lacquer shades or wire-brushed to draw out the natural grain of the wood and ebonized with a black satin matte finish. You can find it in orange, black, peacock, navy and white.
The Siam Credenza captures the jewel-toned exoticism of old Siam, an ancient city in Bangkok. An ebonized mahogany base with brass accents supports a case faced with natural raffia, which has been stained in layers of peacock blue lacquer.
It is the piece that you’d dream of inheriting if your eccentric great aunt had been besties with Tony Duquette.