We searched Amazon for some of the best of the Now House best and now we’re sharing it with you. Note: CandysDirt.com may collect a small commission or other compensation (Bezos hug) from the links on this page. Items are priced correctly and in stock at time of publication. 

If you’re into Jonathan Adler, but not into extravagant prices, check out Now House, a Jonathan Adler designer collection sold exclusively through Amazon.

Wait, didn’t we JUST say this isn’t about extravagant prices? We did and it isn’t. You see, Now House has all the boldness you’d expect from your boy J. Adler without commas in the price tag. It’s affordable and accessible and just as drool-worthy as anything you’d find in his retail shops. Or on his website because if you’re reading this, we knew where you’re throwing down your Andrew Jacksons.

Enough chit-chat, let’s get into it as we highlight some of our favorite pieces and believe us when we say, it was almost impossible to narrow to five. In fact, if you’d like to see it all right now, just head here.

Otto Pedestal Accent Table

Price: $198

The Piece: If you want a home that’s so hip it hurts, start with the Otto Pedestal Accent Table in White, Mint or the Palest Baby Blue. It’s stately, shapely and the perfect sidepiece for your couch. In the olden days, you’d pop a TV Guide and a three channel remote on top, but today the possibilities are endless. Add a vase, an objet d’art or some coasters for your Whiskey Sour.

What Buyers Are Saying: “Pay close attention to the size on this item – it’s small. But it’s also super cute and wildly stylish. If you have a low chair and need a cocktail table, buy this. The light blue color is perfection. Everybody who visits my home comments on this little sweetie.” –Dubious 2

Order the Otto here.

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Darcy and Harold Segura, Dream Weavers

If you’re in the market for midcentury furniture and home goods or a killer rattan piece, there’s an Instagram account you’re going to want to follow – @theeclecticden. It’s run by husband-and-wife duo Harold and Darcy Segura, and their story is just as fascinating as their finds.

They set up shop in 2016, but in the smallest, most unintentional way. It all started with kids. They have three total, but it was the two little ones that were on the move and made Darcy realize it might be time to swap out their period pieces for a few more kid-friendly ones.

The Eclectic Den: Milo Baughman Brass and Glass Etagere

She listed their items on Craigslist and they sold quickly. Not surprising since they have great taste. The surprising part was people wanted more. They loved the Seguras’ style and that’s when this couple knew they might be on to something.

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