When fashion designer Maven Liz decided that it was time to create an absolute paradise luxury home for her and her family, she got the help of her beloved friend and top interior designer, Jonathan Adler.
With help from her alter ego, designer Jonathan Adler, Lange’s tropical home is a guest magnet. In early 2019, with her children Gus and Alice now in college, Lange decided to create a bright, colorful home away from home for her nearest and dearest—a place where comfort rules, the food never runs out, and her offspring can’t resist returning to on school breaks. Fueled by warm memories of childhood trips to the town’s historic Breakers hotel, she chose an early-1900s Spanish Colonial—stucco walls, tile roof, ample pink bougainvillea—on the Intracoastal Waterway, essentially a 3,000 mile-long extension of her backyard.
“I craved the opposite of what we have in New York. Pinks and greens, blues and whites, trellis wallpapers, lots of lacquer, wicker, bamboo, and rattan, palm trees, palm leaves, animals. A surreal fantasy where nothing bad could ever happen. And nobody gets that better than Jonathan.” she says about Jonathan Adler‘s interior design project.
The designer says that pulling this place together involved the two of them hanging out as they usually do. The fashion designer said that it was so much fun just to have an excuse to go shopping. Central to Lange’s vision was making the place feel like home while it functions more like a hotel. All ﬁve of the bedrooms are free of family and personal effects so that each can serve as a guest room.
This entire design project enhances the Californian sunny and happy vibes, filled with elements that utterly take us to that dreamy holiday getaway whilst being surrounded by modern design. No ones does it better than Jonathan Adler, the furniture design truly brings the best out of the location, everything, starting from the colors to simple touches make this contemporary design project absolutely unique and exactly what his dear friend dreamed of.