Clé Tileclé is a tile e-boutique who believes in heirloom quality over trend, substance over style, and the transformative not the mundane.
clé is a new searching and shopping experience for anyone in need of classic tile, ceramic tile and artistic tile accumulated from two perspectives- yours and ours.
clé tile shoppers are interested in two types of tiles:
1) unique tiles created by impassioned artists & artisan studios and
2) classic tiles designed to form heirloom surfaces.
who we are-
in so many ways, clé is about pushing the boundaries of tile.
it's a complete exploration of every aspect of tile- from the way we imagine tiles, pursue artistic collaborations with artists and designers and even in the way we offer tiles to our clients.
we have a profound love for tile and our endeavors are all about broadening everyone's concept of tiles so that they become less about a clinical and functional "backdrop" to our lives, and more about an artful, provocative and interactive facet of our surroundings.
if fashion can be a form of everyday art we coordinate and wear, we believe that tile can also be an everyday encounter with art through a material that protects and decorates the surfaces of our most important investments- our homes and architecture.
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