Jennifer Adams launches YouTube Channel


Scottsdale, Ariz. – Lifestyle guru Jennifer Adams, who has a growing line of branded home décor products spanning furniture to textiles, today launches her new YouTube channel, where she is featuring 1.5- to 3-minute video shorts about quick and simple home décor projects.

Aimed at her core audience of do-it-yourselfers and looking to appeal to her newer audience of home décor product shoppers, the channel is called “Inspire yourself with Jennifer Adams.” Segments include how to sew your own dec pillows, make your own draperies, craft a bird feeder for your garden, de-cluttering the home, and much more.

“The idea behind these videos is all about bettering life at home,” she explained to H&TT. “I want to help people de-stress, recharge and reinvigorate their homes and their lives by offering them weekend projects – everything simple and tactile – that they can do with their families. The videos are packed full of information and we made sure to make them fun and easy to watch and follow.”

The videos also offer viewers “a sneak peek into my personal life and my business,” she continued, as most of the videos are shot here at in her European farmhouse-style home.

“My husband [JR Meyers] and my [labra-doodle] puppy, Jack, are in lots of the videos.”

The videos are updated weekly, every Wednesday.

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