Angela Adams' new Happiland a place of giftables

Retail Editor 3, July 22, 2011

Portland, Maine - Inspired by her abstract interpretations of the natural world, artist and designer Angela Adams has created a new place for home décor that she calls Happiland.

A collection for the home that includes rugs and accent pieces, Adams describes her Happiland as "a new optimistic narrative made of bright colors, patterns and shapes...The figures that live within this bold landscape take on their own personalities, providing insight into a world that is written in a language of color, pattern, hope and happiness."

This collection currently comprises mini hand-wovens as well as letterpress cards, glassware, all-natural soap, and birch veneer serving trays and will soon be expanded to include soy wax candles as well as potentially other products.

Many of the Happiland products are designed with holiday gift-giving in mind.


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