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Jonathan Adler Brings Pro-Pet Spirit to Machine-Washable Levity Collab

Ruggable sister company Levity steps into the designer collaboration arena with a new line of washable furnishings with designer and potter Jonathan Adler.

The Jonathan Adler x Levity collection includes 17 of Adler’s signature design prints available for dining chairs, lounge chairs, stools and ottomans. Patterns include geometrics such as Checkerboard, Labyrinth, Vallauris, Malmo, Meurice and Inkdrop in several color options, as well as a snake pattern, a water droplet look and a take on Ikat.

“The designs are a real who’s who of my favorite patterns and colors, plus new patterns that are tingling my chakras,” said Adler, who last year opened an atelier in New York’s SoHo neighborhood. “You may not know that you need a tangerine checkerboard lounge chair or a snake-covered dining room chair, but trust me, you do.”

Similar to sister brand Ruggable—which offers two-piece rugs with a removable top layer that can be machine-washed—Levity furnishings have removable covers that can be washed.

“I believe pets should be allowed in stores, restaurants and on furniture, and with Levity that’s a little less risky,” Adler said.

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Adler also designed a line of rugs for Ruggable, and his Levity collection was created to work with those products.

“My collection with Levity has the same groovy, glamorous spirit as my collection with Ruggable,” he said. “And we even carried over some of the best-selling rug patterns (looking at you, Ink Drop) to keep the fun going. I’m not going to stop until you can put your entire home in the washing machine.”

The collection, which retails for $239-$799, is now available on Levity’s website. Seating styles include mid-century- and Scandinavian-inspired looks, as well as more transitional silhouettes.

“Levity offers furniture styles for every decorating aesthetic,” Adler said. “Are you a mid-century maven? They’ve got you. Farmhouse fanatic? Fabulous. And thankfully I’m a very talented, prolific (and humble) designer and created patterns and colors that also work for every decorating style.”