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In partnership with Artfully Walls since 2014, Adams has assisted in building the brand through strategic partnerships, recruiting new artists, endorsement, press relations and the creation of advertising and marketing content. Additionally, Adams curates seasonal collections for the brand and produces/art directs photo shoots to help promote each collection. In 2015, Adams executed a two-month pop-up shop inside of Haven’s Kitchen, a Manhattan cafe and event space, to generate exposure and sales for Artfully Walls. Most recently, she conceptualized an editorialized website, The Artful Review, to help the brand celebrate its artists, highlight design trends, incorporate tastemakers and provide further inspiration for the art sold on Artfully Walls.


Everytown for gun safety

In 2017 and 2018, Adams was hired by Everytown for Gun Safety to develop a charitable home and lifestyle collection in support of the 4th National Gun Violence Awareness Day, also known as Wear Orange. Adams utilized her network of industry contacts to develop orange products specifically for the cause, as well as to dedicate sales of preexisting orange products to benefit Wear Orange. Her collection of 26 products included t-shirts by Clare V., a custom orange lounge chair by Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, original art by Caitlin McGauley, a custom orange shower curtain by Quiet Town, pottery by East Fork and more. Adams also assisted in social media outreach for Wear Orange, and secured press placements for the Wear Orange collection.


In 2016, Adams and her colleague, Olga Naiman, co-conceptualized and created a new lifestyle look for faux floral company, NDI.  Through a series of photo shoots, Adams and Naiman focused on shifting perceptions about faux florals, attracting a new customer base and celebrating the brand's high quality products.


In an effort to sharpen the brand experience for studio furniture maker, Walt Swanson, Adams conceptualized and art directed a series of photo shoots to capture the essence of his process, style and passion for woodworking.  


In 2016, Adams founded a home furnishings and lifestyle shop called The Maryn. Calling on her editorial background, Adams selected wares from her favorite makers worldwide and collaborated with artisans to create exclusive prints, ceramics, and textiles for the shop. “I learned as a magazine editor that trends are fleeting,” she explains, “so I’ve curated pieces that are here to stay—the kind you will love today, and years down the road.” The tightly edited shop was comprised of timeless staples for the home, many of which gave back to the artisans and communities that created them. The Maryn has been featured in Martha Stewart LivingGood HousekeepingGOOP and among others.


In 2017, The Maryn partnered with illustrator Caitlin McGauley to develop a collection of stationery for leading stationer Dempsey & Carroll. The brand partnership introduced both brands to a new customer base, and quickly became a best-selling item at The Maryn. 


In 2016, Adams was tapped by furniture maker Skyline to design their very first branded capsule collection.  Since 1946, Skyline has manufactured upholstered collections for leading US retailers via private label.  With a new initiative to promote Skyline branded products, the team hired Adams to design and promote the Michelle Adams for Skyline Collection with retail partner One Kings Lane.



In an effort to better integrate the Arhaus blog to its e-commerce website, as well as to generate more site traffic and social media impressions, Adams worked with the Arhaus design team to conceptualize and design a new blog template.  She then created a content strategy for the furniture brand to follow when creating blog posts and content for social media.  Above are examples of posts she created with the new strategy.


In 2013, Adams was hired by Condé Nast and Domino Media Group as the editor in chief of domino magazine, a shelter title with a cult following that had folded in 2009. As part of the magazine’s relaunch, Adams built and led the editorial team; conceptualized, executed, and edited quarterly print issues and daily web content; and built an online marketplace by pitching and securing manufacturers to join the domino e-commerce platform.  She also developed an editorial strategy for the web to optimize sales and traffic, and art directed all photo shoots.


In 2009, Adams cofounded, conceptualized, and built Lonny, an online shelter publication.  In addition to overseeing all editorial content and art directing all photo shoots, she worked with advertisers to build lasting relationships and ensure editorial representation, collaborated with publicists to secure exclusive content, managed and hired staff, and oversaw business operations.  Adams sold Lonny to Livingly Media in 2012.


In 2011, Adams partnered with Meredith Corporation to produce TRADhome, a new online publication that leveraged Lonny’s younger online audience. Working with Lonny’s graphic designer and the Traditional Home team to conceptualize the design and brand image, Adams coedited the issue with Traditional Home’s editor in chief, Ann Maine, and selected 10 of the issue’s 20 designers to watch. She also art directed 12 of the 20 photo shoots, contributed to and edited the market work in the front of the book, and hosted events, panel discussions, and interviews to help promote the magazine.


In 2012, as Christie’s Arbiter of Style, Adams selected her favorite picks from an upcoming Interiors Sale in New York.  Her selections were printed in the October 2012 Christie’s Interiors catalog and were featured on, driving traffic to, the magazine she cofounded in 2009.


Guest curator of HomeMint, the online design resource founded by Justin Timberlake and Estee Stanley. In keeping with HomeMint’s October theme--Fashion to Home: Back to Black--Adams assembled a runway-inspired collection of home accessories consisting of items with traditional silhouettes, along with a few dynamic finds supplied by HomeMint’s outside vendors. 


To celebrate the launch of Restoration Hardware's expanded Big Style Small Spaces™ collection, Adams partnered with the brand to showcase its new smaller-scale pieces in the context of a real home.  Using Restoration Hardware products, Adams designed a Brooklyn brownstone apartment for a young couple that merged their styles as well as maximized their space.  The feature was published as Lonny's November 2012 cover story, and quickly became one of the most popular features on  


To celebrate the opening of the new Lauren by Ralph Lauren bed and bath shop at Bloomingdale’s, Adams partnered with the brands to design a room with Lauren by Ralph Lauren bedding and Ralph Lauren furniture, all available at Bloomingdale’s.  The room was featured in the Bloomingdale’s fall catalog, The New York Times, and in Lonny magazine to help drive traffic to Bloomingdale’s and  


In 2008, Adams founded an organic upholstery fabric and soft goods brand called Rubie Green. She conceptualized, art directed, and styled all lifestyle photos and ad campaigns, as well as designed all fabrics and products. Rubie Green garnered international press features ranging from O the Oprah Magazine to Vogue LivingInStyleHouse Beautiful, Martha Stewart’s Whole Living, and others.