OWNZONES Teams with Award-Winning Designer Jennifer Adams on New …
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Digital content creator and provider OWNZONES has expanded its client roster and partnered with award-winning, celebrity designer Jennifer Adams for her own channel dedicated to luxury home dcor on a budget and do-it-yourself projects.

Adams’ designs and luxury home products have appealed to a national audience and landed her on “Fox Business Channel,” “The Wendy Williams Show,” “The Talk,” HGTV’s “My First Place,” and most recently, “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.” She’s also been the recipient of prestigious awards including Portland Business Journal’s “Entrepreneur of the Year” and a spot on its “Forty Under Forty” list.

“OWNZONES affords people the opportunity to customize their online content without any clutter, which as a designer, I can definitely appreciate,” Adams stated. “I am so excited to join the OWNZONES roster and share home decorating tips that are practical and affordable with subscribers.”

Adams’ channel is available on OWNZONES for $ 3.99/month. In addition, OWNZONES and Adams hope to produce original content together later in the year.

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Designers and artists transform bicycle parts into home decor
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Bikes have become part of hipster culture. There are bicycle-themed dining, drinking and shopping establishments from Portland, Ore., to Brooklyn, N.Y., and dozens of bike-friendly burgs in between.

Although the rides themselves are often tricked out with colored tires, swanky seats and vintage baskets, there are also those who see more than the sum of two wheels, a frame and a seat. Designers and artists are creating furnishings and art that give bicycles a whole new way to roll down Cool Street.

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Canadian cyclist and metal artisan Gilbert VandenHeuvel turns out all sorts of reworked bicycle art and accessories from his studio in Goderich, Ontario.

“The sexy sprockets, curvy rims, flexible rubber and sturdy frame make for endless design possibilities,” he says. Bikes are “almost begging to be reborn, reshaped into something surprising and beautiful.”

His online shop, The Recycler, offers wall hooks crafted from gear sprockets, mirrors made from spoked wheels, clocks crafted from drive trains and chain rings, and sleek chrome “urban antlers,” with the bike seat as the “skull” and the handlebars as the antlers.

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