Part modernist, part rustic beach retreat, it is impossible not to feel reinvigorated by the cheerful home of designer Jonathan Adler and husband Simon Doonan - especially when it's snowing outside. - Marie Trepanier
|In the pool pavilion, the throw pillows and sun wall sculpture are by Adler and the sconces are vintage.|
|The entry courtyard.|
|Ball-chain curtains define the sunken living area, where Adler grouped a sofa, slipper chair, table lamp, and throw pillows,|
all of his own design; the cocktail table, Geoffrey Harcourt shell seat, and Beni Ourain rug are vintage.
|(Left) Custom-made ceramic tiles distinguish a corner of the space; the light fixture is by Rewire Gallery,|
the lounge chairs are vintage, and the low table and rug are by Adler.
|Adler chairs covered in a Lee Jofa fabric surround a vintage Milo Baughman table.|
|The master bedroom features an array of Adler designs, including the bed, reading lights, tiles, feather headdress, and duvet.|
|The fire pit and hood were custom designed.|
|The flat roof conceals solar panels by GreenLogic Energy.|
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