Angela Adams for Architex
- Angela Adams is largely known for her bold textile design, but more recently she's expanded her line to include clean-edged modern furniture.
100 percent polyester
Since temperature and water-vapor humidity determine how ice crystals take their shape, we’re guessing it was superhot when this rug formed in Angela Adams’s studio. Things will cool down once this made-to-order mat is underfoot.
Crypton is a bulletproof, nontoxic, and stain-resistant fabric that comes in an overwhelming variety of patterns and solids. Think of it as a stylish Scotchgard without the chemicals. The cover is washable, and the heavyweight material will withstand much mud and mangling; inside is a quality filling that won’t shrink over time.
61 percent cotton, 39 percent solution-dyed postindustrial recycled nylon
Serving trays are darn useful in the kitchen, making transport easy for a batch of cupcakes or couple of glasses of lemonade to eager guests. But a cool patterned piece can also really tie together a small collection of tchotchkes and create a nice tableau in any room of the house. The retro print on this birch veneer is named after the Munjoy Hill neighborhood in Portland, Maine, where Angela Adams is based, and is just one in a colorful collection that includes rugs, papergoods, and pillows.
Bring the beauty of the birch tree from the outdoors in with this graphic area rug from Angela Adams. It's hand-tufted and 100% wool, with a nice depth and texture that would feel quite nice underfoot.
- As the United States moves into the post-industrial era, it’s the rare city that doesn’t find itself with too many abandoned factory-age relics and too few parks.