One of the things that we enjoyed most about living in Los Angeles was its proximity to Palm Springs. Hubby and I made sure to get away there for a romantic weekend at least once a year, so over the years we had the opportunity to stay at a number of the cool properties that dot this hip town. We stayed at the Viceroy, the Ace and a few others, but hands down our favorite was the Parker Palm Springs. We loved the irreverent vibe, the tongue and cheek design and the luxurious facilities.
The Parker Palm Spring via
The Parker Palm Springs was designed by Jonathan Adler and all throughout the property you get to enjoy his colorful, whimsical designs. I was so pleased to find out that Jonathan Adler has partnered with JCPenney to create the Happy Chic line of homegoods. I love nothing more than designer style at affordable prices and while I have never set foot in a JCPenney, this partnership had me checking their website for the nearest store.
I’ve always been a fan of Adler’s work, back from his early days when he just did pottery. I’m happy to say I own a few of his original pieces from back in the day. In fact, in New York, I lived around the corner from his first little shop on Broome Street and would regularly drop in just to inhale the fabulousness. Below are a few of the items from the Happy Chic collection that caught my eye, but I recommend you check out the whole line online. There are great pieces to brighten up any home and I think a few of them will pop on in mine… once we’ve moved in.