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Decorate like a Designer, with Jonathan Adler

Join master potter and designer Jonathan Adler for a unique 13-episode series on how to use design and decoration to communicate your particular style and brand.
Decorate like a Designer, with Jonathan Adler is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 40.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from AWESOME! Jonathan and all his knowledge and expertise in designing was so down to earth and understandable to a notice such as myself. He drew me in from the start and kept my interest ignited. I wanted to learn how to design my home and now I can and feel confident. I loved the way he incorporated discussion, pictures and examples to help understand concepts. I will look forward to any further classes he has.
Date published: 2024-05-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wow!!! Loved ,Loved,Loved this !! Not only did I love Jonathans creative ideas ( please know I am a Certified Feng Shui Consultant) I loved how he presented his ideas... His speaking abilities and passion for his craft was so thoughtful and a pleasure to listen to. Thanks so much Jonathan !!!
Date published: 2024-01-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Informative, Illustrative, and Entertaining! I started the first installment and that began my one day seminar since I could not stop watching. What a creative shot in the arm! I cannot wait to get started incorporating what I learned, including using feathers instead of flowers in my Deco vases! The guidelines, branding, and the visual examples provided me with a roadmap through the confusion I was experiencing in deciding how to put together a cohesive plan.
Date published: 2023-05-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from NOT FOR LEARNING This course, I must say, was a huge disappointment. The course completely lacked academic-level teaching, making it difficult to grasp the fundamentals of design. The lack of examples further compounded the problem, as it left me clueless about how to apply the concepts in real-world situations. Moreover, the course was not practical at all. Instead of providing hands-on projects or exercises that would help develop practical skills, it was more focused on superficial discussions about the authors and their personal lives. It felt like a never-ending dinner table conversation that had little to do with actually learning and applying design principles. To make matters worse, the course failed to cater to ordinary folks who simply wanted to learn and improve their design skills. The content was too convoluted and abstract, making it difficult to connect with and apply in everyday scenarios. It seemed like the course was designed for a select few who were already well-versed in the subject, leaving beginners like me feeling lost and frustrated. All in all, this course turned out to be a complete waste of time and money. It lacked proper teaching methodologies, practical applications, and failed to cater to the needs of ordinary learners. I couldn't even bring myself to complete the course due to the overwhelming dissatisfaction it brought me. Save yourself the trouble and seek out a more comprehensive and practical learning resource.
Date published: 2023-05-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic course! I loved this course. Jonathan made it so much fun with every single section. Simon added an invaluable touch as well. Both have a great sense of humor, and encourage the decorator to try all kinds of things. I've learned a lot, and I will begin looking at my space again. Thank you for this super great course!
Date published: 2023-01-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from What A Wonderful Course I recently purchased this course to help with set design in a photography studio that we own. There were times that I had to force myself to stop taking classes to get other stuff done. That is how consuming this series was to me. Each class is around 30 minutes but will easily take up about 2 hours of your time if you do it right. I am constantly pausing to take notes as well as do research on things covered in the classes. This is especially true for the Inspirations and Icons section. Overall, this is a brilliant class and I hope there is a follow up course. Can we get a "Varsity Move Design," course from Jonathan next?
Date published: 2022-12-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not good enough Examples given are hideous, but then does not even give a formula to use myself to get my own look. It's about how to achieve the designers own terrible look. I mean how do you talk about the use of blue and orange without mentioning the colour wheel and how they are opposite colours? There is no enlightenment to be found here so I am better off with the youtube channels I follow. I expected more from Wondrium content instead i get less.
Date published: 2022-10-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So worth of my time! This course was totally worth my valuable time! For me, a person with no experience whatsoever in decorating, this course provided an excellent overall overview of the decorating process. Jonathan and Simon graciously share their vast knowledge of the industry in a fun and interesting way! Can't wait for new releases!
Date published: 2022-10-29
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In the 13 charming, informative, and inspiring episodes of Decorate like a Designer, with Jonathan Adler, learn all the major rules of good design and decoration and finally say farewell to feelings of intimidation. Along the way, while you consider the vast and eye-popping history of design, you’ll be introduced to some of Jonathan’s biggest influences and inspirations and you’ll learn handy tips and tricks to use just like the experts.


Jonathan Adler

Use your design journey to create the space you want to live in and to remind yourself who you are and who you want to be.

Jonathan Adler is a potter, designer, and author who launched his namesake brand after leaving his day job to pursue his first love: pottery. In 1993, Barneys bought his collection of pots, and five years later, he opened his first store in Soho. Jonathan’s desire to design all the bits one needs to create a flawlessly chic home led to more and more. Today, Jonathan Adler is a design company with stores worldwide, a thriving e-commerce site, a full slate of residential and commercial projects, and a wholesale business with more than 1,000 points of distribution globally. It is dedicated to bringing Modern American Glamour to your life.

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Decorate like a Designer, with Jonathan Adler
Decorate like a Designer, with Jonathan Adler


Decorate to Communicate

01: Decorate to Communicate

Great interior design communicates confidence and your unique voice. Here, Jonathan shares his foolproof formula for communicating effectively who you are—and who you want to be—through your design choices. You’ll also get a look at how Jonathan arrived at his own personal style, and the major design movements that shaped European and American design.

28 min
Find Your Style

02: Find Your Style

Pop, natural, and deluxe are three style tentpoles that can help you decide who you want to be. Even better, they can be applied to any style or type of home. Learn how each tentpole comprises its own set of materials, inspirations, and influences, and how mood boards can help you corral all your design elements into one place—even if you start one mid-project.

29 min
All about Color

03: All about Color

People tend to want to fit in, which is why color can sometimes feel outrageous. But it’s actually the key ingredient to adding character and swagger to your design space. Here, Jonathan teaches you how to wield color’s remarkable power to tap into our emotions and feelings, and how to introduce it into a particular room. (One tip: When in doubt, use more color!)

30 min
Use Branding as Your Design Guide

04: Use Branding as Your Design Guide

The first step in designing and decorating a space: creating a guidebook to remind you of your goal. That’s where branding comes in (no, it’s not just for companies). Discover your three-word branding guide based on three adjectives that describe a personal trait, an environmental vibe, and a lifestyle or occupation. Here’s a fun example: well-read Scandinavian barista.

25 min
Salvage, Save, Purge, Splurge

05: Salvage, Save, Purge, Splurge

If you’re looking to design the way you want without a big budget, Jonathan recommends salvaging old objects, saving by using whatever’s free, purging what you don’t need or like, and splurging on a piece you really want. In this episode, get a host of tips and tricks for being a resourceful designer—and a few rules you’ll want to follow when the money’s a little tight.

30 min
Layout and Flow

06: Layout and Flow

What are you looking at when you enter a room? Where is your eye going to travel? Where are you going to travel? Layout is all about how shapes interact with one another in a room, while flow is all about how you move through a space or between rooms. Discover how the dichotomy between layout and flow can help you think about designing based on geometry and experience.

29 min
Design Do-Overs

07: Design Do-Overs

In truth, we all made bad design choices, once in a while. But that doesn’t mean these problems can’t be solved. In this episode on design do-overs, Jonathan teaches you how to conquer decorating challenges by recognizing what annoys you about a space and how to figure out what you can do about it. You’ll also learn about the best tools and solutions for your particular budget.

25 min
Minimal versus Maximal

08: Minimal versus Maximal

There’s a constant pendulum swinging between minimalism (using the fewest objects to say what you want to say) and maximalism (using as many fabulous objects as possible). Along with seeing how both modes have worked their way into fashion, art, and architecture, learn how careful curation is the key to nailing whatever design look you’re going for.

28 min
Put Wasted Spaces to Work

09: Put Wasted Spaces to Work

People often complain about wasted spaces in their home: a large closet or the space under the staircase, for example. But Jonathan says to think of these spaces as opportunities, instead. They can be a great way to add function to your home, or they can serve as an exciting canvas for self-expression. Here are some tricks and inspirational notes to do just that.

27 min
Decorating with Light

10: Decorating with Light

Lighting, says Jonathan, is everything. In this episode, discover how lighting choices can make or break a room, and spend time considering three different categories of light. Along the way, you’ll discover how to use any natural light to its best advantage, what to look for in window treatments, and how to map out the perfect light plan for whatever room you’re designing.

29 min
Take Design Outdoors

11: Take Design Outdoors

Design opportunities don’t just end at the boundaries of your home. Learn how outdoor design can set the dramatic stage for your perfect interior designs. Green thumb or no, suburban lawn or city fire escape, you’ll learn how outdoor design is about more than just gardening. Here’s a secret: The same fundamentals of interior design apply to designing around Mother Nature.

26 min
Say It with Accessories

12: Say It with Accessories

Incorporating accessories to create a mood for your space is usually the last step in the design process. Unfortunately, by that time, some of us have run out of steam and just want to get it over with. Master the art of scaping (arranging objects on a horizontal surface, like a mantle or table), and learn how to acquire accessories based on their content, scale, shape, and color.

31 min
In the Pottery Studio with Jonathan

13: In the Pottery Studio with Jonathan

In this final episode, join Jonathan in the pottery studio for a look at how he makes a pot. It’s a fascinating opportunity to watch a master at work—and to learn more about Jonathan’s life and career, as well as his particular design path.

13 min