At Grana, we’re all about the finer things in life. And by that, we mean the simple and natural things.
Take your space for example. Whether it be your home, your creative space or your work space; your space is a place that you’re in everyday, and a lot of thought and curation goes into building the type of space that you want to spend your time in, and that you’re proud to call your own.
We want to know more about your space, so… we’re sending photographer and Grana Friend, Monsieur Jerome to invade it!
Jonathan is the founder of the accessory brand Title of Work. His place is a beautiful mix of antiques and modern pieces.
Welcome to his space.
Can you tell us a bit about where you’re from and how it influenced you as a person?
I’m originally from Newton, a suburb about 15 minutes outside of Boston, Massachusetts. I was raised in a bit of a bubble – where the façade was pristine, and most things fit in a ‘box’. I, however, did not fit comfortably in that box. It was only years later that I appreciated the experience, as it made me adapt easily to most situations.
What your definition of quality when it comes to curating your space?
It’s important for me and my partner to maintain a sense of ease and comfort in our home, which goes hand in hand with quality of living. While our work space is a more austere environment, our home is textured and warmer – full of details and vignettes. The space is not defined by one specific style, rather we have chosen pieces from various decades that we feel work harmoniously together.
What’s your favourite thing in, or about your space?
The light and the view.
Who or what do you like to share your space with?
I am fortunate to share my space with my partner of 11 years. Though we go out quite a lot, we tend to be more of homebodies and enjoy one another’s company.
What do you love to do here?
Meditate. Read. Entertain. Sleep
How do you make a space “home”?
I like finding objects and art pieces from our travels that bring back memories of a specific time and place. They reflect our aesthetic and we reconnect to those moments. They also have the magic to grounds us.