Wednesday, January 11, 2012


That's not a misspelling, it's a funky furniture company I stumbled upon after reading this article in Architectural Digest. I featured the apartment's terrace a while back, but the real star of the show for me is the playroom.

Design by owner/ad bajillionaire Donny Deutsch and interior designers Tony Ingrao and Randy Kemper

The Murakami cloud gets me every time; I'd love it above a toilet in a black lacquered restroom. Plus the kitsch of the cupcake tables was too much to resist! When I saw they were designed by a company called Jellio I was instantly intrigued and headed over to their website to peruse. Here are my favorites from their current line that's for sale online. They made me smile.

Here's an up close of a couple of the cupcake tables; my top 2 were the hot pink:

and the yellow:

Although the Ice Cream Cookie pouf also made me giggle:

Also available in bench flavor!

Teehee. I like him.

And in true best-for-last tradition, the Candelier.

SO COLORFUL. And the close-up reveals what you might've guessed: this little guy is made up of thousands of acrylic gummy bears:

Comes in mini, too, in case you're afraid to take the full leap:


Dear Jellio, thank you for existing. You remind us that designer-y decor doesn't have to be so DESIGNER-Y all the time, and for that I thank you. 

And just for good measure, and because it's so great, let's take another gander at that stupidly fabulous playroom:

Sigh/squee. I would read Roald Dahl SO HARD in that room.

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