Clé Tile References Crocheted ‘Granny Squares’ in Latest Collection
For a brand that has long honored craft in an emboldened way, the charming Granny Squares feels right at home. The brainchild of founder Deborah Osburn, it’s the first offering of the new Tile Drops series: limited-edition releases that will debut when they’re perfected, rather than on a seasonal schedule.
The eponymous crocheted patches, here realized in Clé’s signature handcrafted cement, are having a moment. The palette is a bold yet lighthearted mix of black and white accented with teal and terra-cotta, while the product itself is durable enough to serve commercial spaces and high-traffic home areas alike. Measuring 8 inches, the modules are available with a white or black ground.
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