in a year that can only be described as pure magic…we are stunned by the outpouring of affection for our little internet start-up, clé. from clients to designers to artists to the press. THANK YOU!!
clé only happens because of all of YOU!
and today before the turkey goes in and the candles get lit and the pie gets devoured, a very special thanksgiving shout-out to the New York Times for launching my own little tile collection on clé- watermark.
(be sure to click on photo to read more!)
(thanks New York Times)
francis bacon, roses & delft?? see for yourself.
can’t be too rich or too delft…
it’s always the details- (exquisite delft)
(click photo for resources)
all month- all delft. thanks to mike welton of architects + artisans for taking the time to learn more about 17th century from tilevera-
(please click photos and read more from architects + artisans by mike welton)
indigo and cotton. sky and snow. delft patterns. why are we so drawn to blue and white?
our celebration of delft doesn’t stop with tile or fine bone china. today, a few of the newest (and funnest) objects of delft-
my tile fantasy…oh, wait- it’s not a fantasy! it’s beautifully real…
delft makes me feel quite royal. how about the following as a large poster? insta-palace, anyone?
i’m one for grand entrances. not making them, but being in them…