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Keurig stands as one of the most popular beverage brewing brands in the world. While its countertop appliances have been appreciated by many for their sleek designs, the brand’s latest offering sees two of the most affordable products in the lineup receive a chic makeover — and this is all thanks to Keurig’s first-ever designer collaboration with renowned potter and interior designer Jonathan Adler.
Officially launched today (September 17), The Jonathan Adler ♥ Keurig Collection features a beautifully designed K-Mini Brewer with a matching mug. Later this year, a third product will be added to the limited-edition collection: a K-Cup Pod Canister that is said to bring style and great taste to any space.
Shop: Limited-Edition Jonathan Adler K-Mini Brewer, $99.99
Shop: Keurig Limited-Edition Jonathan Adler Keurig Mug, $9.99
This collection, inspired by Adler’s signature patterns, iconic designs and his favorite colors, boasts a chic aesthetic with a touch of modern American glamour. These limited-edition pieces were also personally designed by Adler for his own home.
“Working with Keurig has been a delight,” he said of the partnership. “It was a thrill to be able to put my favorite colors and patterns on my favorite brewer. I’m so excited — and so caffeinated.”
Jonathan Adler is a lauded potter, designer and author who launched his namesake brand after leaving his day job to pursue his first passion: pottery. Barneys bought his collection of pots in 1993 and, five years later, he opened his first store in Soho, New York — a move that changed his career.
Today, Adler’s stores can be found around the world with his main mission remaining to bring modern American glamour to any consumer’s everyday life.
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