Angela Adams’ furniture, bedding, and home accessories reference the rugged topography and abundant flora and fauna of Maine — the state that Adams calls home. The label's rug designs feature patterns inspired by ferns, water reflections (the abstract–patterned “Shimmer” series), and seaside terrain, with colors ranging from subtle earth tones to vibrant flower hues; the Pathways series, inspired by Adams' walks through the forest, is 100% New Zealand wool and shaped to resemble undulating trails. The angela adams bedding collection includes embroidered sheets, colorful coverlets, and duvets inspired by snow flurries. Upholstered furniture, fine art prints, serving trays, glassware, handbags and other accessories round out Adams’ collection of timeless designs.
If you’re a fan of Angela Adams’ flora- and fauna-inspired rugs, then you'll covet the Maine-based designer’s cotton sheets, shams and decorative pillows. Minimalists will adore the Shimmer collection, with its quiet colors and emphasis on texture, while art lovers will clamor for the Munjoy Citrus line, with its pear-green hues and poppy patterns.
Do you know why the princess felt the pea? It was because she wasn’t distracted by ill-fitting bedding. Like her, you too can enrich your sleep experience by stocking up on luxury queen-size linens from Villa Di Borghese, Signoria Firenze, Pratesi, Sferra, Bellora, and Frette, among others. Choose from a rainbow of colors and a dizzying array of solids and patterns. Happy slumbers!
Maine’s rugged topography and abundant flora and fauna inspire the hand-tufted wool rugs designed by native daughter Angela Adams. Colors range from subtle earth tones to vibrant flower hues, while the grooved textures actually feel like the undulating coastline or ebb and flow of the tides. And Adams also offers similarly nature-inspired wooden coffee and occasional tables, if you need something beautiful to set off those rugs.
Bring a bit of the outdoors inside with wool area rugs and coir doormats inspired by Maine’s rugged topography. Designed by Angela Adams — who grew up on an island off the state's coast — these floor coverings incorporate a world of color, from the deep pinks of Flora to the faded greens of Canopy. Patterns also range from abstract organic shapes to mid-century Modernist geometrics.