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Yes, Jonathan Adler's Summer Home Can Be Yours to Rent

Jun 3 2014 - 11:10am

Although quietly set in Shelter Island's woodsy landscape, the New York home of Jonathan Adler and Simon Doonan is anything but mute. Filled with vibrant colors, theatrical accents, and of course, many of Adler's signature designs, this midcentury-modern-inspired home is available to rent this July [1] — eeek! . Described by Adler himself as "California dreaming on the East Coast," the Dwell Magazine cover home [2] could be yours for a $11,000 per month (totally worth the bragging rights!). Here's a sneak peek at a few of our favorite rooms — it's everything you'd expect from the design world's most beloved power couples.

Photo by Floto + Warner [3] via Dwell Magazine [4]

From the outside alone, you can tell the home is warm, rustic, and modern. Surprisingly, the couple's first ground-up project, they partnered with the design firm Gray Organschi to create this 2,800-square-foot midcentury-inspired vacation home.

Photo by Floto + Warner [5] via Dwell Magazine [6]

Perfectly reflecting Adler and Doonan's keen aesthetic, a wide array of colors and theatrical elements grace the home's interior. Aside from being filled with several of Adler's famed designs (the Peter rug and Malibu sofa to name a few), the use of natural textiles makes the space to feel cozy.

Photo by Floto + Warner [7] via Dwell Magazine [8]

Mixing California craft with the colors of the '70s resulted in a house that Adler claims is "supermacrame" yet "done through a trippy contemporary lens." The coffee table, rug, planters, and stool were all designed by Adler, and the drawings by Eva Hesse inspired the ceramic tile wall.

Photo by Floto + Warner [9] via Dwell Magazine [10]

Vibrant and grand yet still inviting, the living room is filled with personality. The room divider is actually concrete and the sofa is seamlessly integrated into the steps. Those yellow pendants? Vintage.

Photo by Floto + Warner [11] via Dwell Magazine [12]

You can see the entire vacation pad in this issue of Dwell Magazine [13].

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