Fab Finds: Jonathan Adler Happy Chic @ JCPenney

Fab Finds: Jonathan Adler Happy Chic @ JCPenney

We all know how much I adore Jonathan Adler, my design idol.

Room Fu designers Claire Patrick and Robin Callan pose for a photo with Jonathan Adler at his store in Austin, TX

Room Fu designers Claire Patrick and Robin Callan pose for a photo with Jonathan Adler at his store in Austin, TX

It doesn’t hurt that he gave me a great plug:

"Everyone needs some Room Fu!" -- Jonathan Adler

 

And I would LOVE to fill my entire house with his furniture, lighting and accessories, but sadly, I don’t make enough coin to make that happen.

Until now.

JCPenney is taking a cue from the Target playbook and has launched a line of furniture and home decor products called Happy Chic, designed by The Man himself. Feast your eyes and don’t fear the price tags!

FURNITURE

Happy Chic by Jonathan Adler Crescent Heights Queen Lacquer Bed, $1,750.

The lacquer bed is also available in teal and gray.

Happy Chic by Jonathan Adler Bleecker Dresser, $1,350.

Happy Chic by Jonathan Adler Bleecker 80″ Sofa, $1,750.

Happy Chic by Jonathan Adler Crescent Heights Tufted 85″ Sofa in navy, $1,850. Also available in mushroom.

Happy Chic by Jonathan Adler Bleecker Leather Accent Chair, $1,450.

Happy Chic by Jonathan Adler Bleecker TV Cabinet, $800.

Happy Chic by Jonathan Adler Set of 3 Nesting Tables, $300.

Happy Chic by Jonathan Adler Bleecker Coffee Table, $575. Featuring a mirror top.

Happy Chic by Jonathan Adler Bleecker Dining Table, $1,050.

RUGS

Happy Chic by Jonathan Adler Retro Floral Wool Rectangular Rug in navy, $500-$800. Also available in black, green and orange.

Happy Chic by Jonathan Adler Chevron Wool Rectangular Rug in green, $500-$800. Also available in gray.

LIGHTING

Happy Chic by Jonathan Adler Charlotte Green Ceramic Table Lamp, $95.

Happy Chic by Jonathan Adler Charlotte Ribbed Table Lamp, $28.

BEDDING

Happy Chic by Jonathan Adler Elizabeth Quilt Set & Accessories, $32-$150.

Happy Chic by Jonathan Adler Charlotte Duvet Cover Set & Accessories, $32-$160.

Happy Chic by Jonathan Adler Katie Quilt Set & Accessories, $32-$150.

Happy Chic by Jonathan Adler Lola Duvet Cover Set & Accessories, $32-$160.

Happy Chic by Jonathan Adler Alexa Duvet Cover Set & Accessories, $32-$160.

BATH

Happy Chic by Jonathan Adler 6-pc. Towel Set in white, $55. Also available in navy and green.

Happy Chic by Jonathan Adler Elizabeth Bath Rug in navy, $30. Also available in white and green.

Happy Chic by Jonathan Adler Reversible Elizabeth Shower Curtain, $30.

DECORATIVE ACCESSORIES

Happy Chic Jonathan Adler Pillows, $32-$50.

Happy Chic by Jonathan Adler Decorative Accessories, $8-$200.

Happy Chic by Jonathan Adler Kitchen Accessories & Tabletop, $5-$80.

How exciting is this?? I can’t wait to check it out in person.

Have you bought anything from Jonathan Adler’s Happy Chic line at JCPenney? What do you think of the quality?

**Editor’s Note: It’s been brought to our attention that pricing on Jonathan Adler’s Happy Chic line has dramatically increased since we published this post. I’ve never seen a retailer jack up a price by HUNDREDS of dollars on a piece of furniture that was already on the market. I would love to know why JCP/JA has done this. 

8 Comments

  1. Claire March 19, 2013 at 11:06 am

    You KNOW I love it all. The cheap-y in me was hoping it’d be a LITTLE bit lower prices, but once the sales hit…I’m there. (:

    Have you see the new Conran line? It’s pretty awesome too – the furnishings have some great lines! http://www.jcpenney.com/dotcom/for-the-home/brands/view-all-brands/design-by-conran/cat.jump?id=cat1002350030

    JCP is re-branding right!

  2. Robyn March 19, 2013 at 3:28 pm

    I wondered when this was going live, thanks for posting it! I’ve been coveting the Utopia Elephant Lamp, hopefully one of these happy little owl will sate my need for it! I agree with Claire, I was hoping the price points would be *slightly* lower, but maybe that just means they’re well-made. I really never thought JC Penny could do anything to get my into one of their stores, but I think they finally got me.

  3. Robin March 21, 2013 at 8:16 am

    That’s so funny you say that about Conran because I already had it cued up and ready for Wed! Great minds think alike 🙂 Also, thanks for tipping me off to Blu Dot, which is sched’d to post Thurs.

  4. Robin March 21, 2013 at 8:18 am

    ” I really never thought JC Penny could do anything to get my into one of their stores, but I think they finally got me.” I KNOW! I was laughing last night while shopping for a client when I saw their lamp collection (pics to come). SO EFFING COOL. Prices were great, rivaling Home Goods. JCP might be one of my go-tos if they keep this up!

  5. Shanon July 25, 2013 at 6:09 pm

    Why are prices published here pretty significantly lower than the JCP prices on it’s website?

  6. Robin July 27, 2013 at 8:28 am

    WOW. You’re right, Shanon. I can’t believe they would change the pricing so dramatically. I don’t remember these being sale prices…in fact, usually when I post sale prices, I note that they are sale prices. I could chalk up one or two discrepancies to human error, but for every piece to have been jacked up nearly a thousand dollars? WTH? Dying to know why…

  7. Kyle August 3, 2013 at 6:35 pm

    Shanon and Robin,

    I was also taken aback with the increased prices on the Happy Chic collection. However, they started the new home section and pricing when Ron Johnson was CEO, who believed in the everyday low price setup. Since his replacement has come along, they’ve returned to the promotional price model where they jack up the prices in order to allow for a sale or coupon. These items are regularly on sale and coupons (20% off $1000 or more, 40% off $4000 or more etc.) can bring the prices down to what you originally posted. It stinks waiting for a sale or finding a coupon, but not many are paying the higher prices.

  8. Phaye October 13, 2015 at 8:39 pm

    We purchased our new home last year and stumbled onto the best sale ever. Jonathan Adler and Conran has flooded my living room & other areas of the house. 70% off everything. It was a steal. The blessings & favor of God, is all I can say. I even found some J.A pieces at Home Goods and I rack up. I don’t give it a second thought if its 2-3 digits as opposed to 3-4 digits for his stylish quality made pieces.

    JCPenny’s clothes aren’t too bad either. Don’t fall asleep on JCP.

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