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  • West Seattle Art Walk | Frances Smersh

    Thursday, November 12th, Click! co-owner and creative director Frances Smersh will be unveiling her latest collection of paintings at the West Seattle Art Walk. We are elated to have Frances' new work grace our walls for the next two months!


    Frances has a long-standing love of painting and drawing. Throughout her career as a jewelry designer, sketching was always at the forefront of the design process. Everything started on paper, and eventually made it's way into the materials she loved: sterling silver, stained concrete and cork, steel and powder coat. But around four years ago, Frances put down the jewelry tools completely and fully embraced the adventure of mark making.


    Painting has always been more of an exploration than a formally studied art for Frances - she would be the first to admit it. As an active member in the Pratt Fine Arts Center community, she would often find herself in various studios - painting, encaustics, drawing, jewelry, and blacksmithing. Inevitably she would would return to the two-dimensional, delving into varying materials and seeing how they intertwined on paper and wood.


    That exploration is beautifully composed in Frances' new collection. Acrylic, pencil, charcoal, and watercolor pencils blend together in delicately balanced work. Paint is applied to birch boards with brushes, paper towel, cloth, or bare hands - whatever feels right. An eraser is a vital tool, exposing previous layers and partially removing others, to build up a complex landscape of texture and line. The process is the image, and the image is the process. Each painting is a map of layers, of starts and stops and changed directions. They each tell the story of how they came to be.


    Come join Frances and the rest of the Click! crew on Thursday, November 12, from 6-9p. Come raise a glass to celebrate a beautiful collection and a wonderful lady!

  • Five Ply Design | Lighting Event + Giveaway

    Can we just take a quick second to recognize how INCREDIBLY talented our local artists are? Seriously, guys... PNWers are on another level when it comes to creativity. You may remember these unique laser-cut coasters and the urban BirdHomes hanging in our window. Both of these products are handmade by our neighbor and designer, Peter Benarcik, the creative powerhouse behind Five Ply Design.

    We have an affinity for functional art at Click!, so it's no surprise how flippin' excited we are to announce that Peter is launching a debut of his lighting line in our store on Saturday, November  7th, and we think it's some of his greatest work yet! We are suckers for pendant lights, as you know, and his new contemporary designs certainly don't fall short.

    All of Five Ply's home goods are handcrafted in their micro-studio in Seattle's International District with materials responsibly sourced in the USA. With Peter's background in architecture, you can trust that all of his pieces are carefully structured and built to last. Also, this is perfect timing for the rainy season - who couldn't use a little more light in their home or office this time of year?

    Peter will be hanging out with us all day on November 7, so stop by to meet him, learn more about his work, and pick up a new one-of-a-kind pendant light from his newest collection to cozy up your space just in time for winter. Also(!), we'll be doing a drawing for one of Five Ply's coaster sets, so you definitely don't want to miss out on this exclusive all-day event!

  • Trunk Show | Caravan Pacific (...plus a giveaway!)


    If you've been by Click! in the last year or so, there's a pretty solid chance you've had a discussion with one of us about those super fun mid-centuryesque lamps we've got placed around our store. We are unashamedly guilty of our obsession with Caravan Pacific and their bold, modern designs. With that being said, we are SO excited to announce that we are hosting our first Caravan Pacific Trunk Show, Saturday, October 24th, from 10-5! We are STOKED.

    Shannon Guirl

    Owner and designer, Shannon Guirl, and her talented team work together to carefully handcraft her classic modern-era designs. Caravan Pacific lamps are made from ceramic earthenware that is cast, glazed, and fired in her Portland, OR studio. The wood portions of the lamps are a collaboration with expert turners who understand the intricacies of different species of the hardwoods they work with - Walnut, Maple, Cherry, Red Oak and Mahogany. The lampshades are made in the USA with finely textured linen to give them a natural feel.


    Not only will Shannon be hauling more of her gorgeous lamps up to Seattle, but she'll also be showcasing her cutting boards, deca vases, and lucky horseshoes!


    And oh(!), guess what else? We're super excited to announce that Caravan Pacific will be offering a GIVEAWAY at the Trunk Show for one of the white matte deca vases (see below). Be sure to stop by and put your name in the drawing! Seriously...how can you not?

    deca vase

    So pop on over to Click! to meet Shannon and snag one of her designs on the 24th. We'll be hanging out all Saturday, and trust us - you do NOT want to miss out on this event! See you there!

  • Cheers to Eleven Years!

    We're so happy and grateful to share that this fall Click! is celebrating its 11th anniversary. ELEVEN! That's like, a fifth grade child. We're almost in junior high, you guys!

    Did you know that traditionally anniversary gifts were made of specific materials that relate to the anniversary being celebrated? That's where the silver and golden anniversaries come from. According to tradition, this is our steel anniversary. It seems fitting; steel is a strong material, but not unyielding, moving both to the forces of nature and of women and men. The celebration of eleven years in business has it's roots in both strength and flexibility.

    Detail shot of hammer forging hot iron at anvil

    We've learned a lot in eleven years. Our focus has shifted as the years have gone by, both defined by our changing interests and goals and what our community wants and needs. Our goal has been the same, though: In the words of Frances, co-founder and creative director: "We believe that everyday objects should be conscientiously made, functional, and should contribute beauty to daily life. The works we choose by select designers and artisans impress and inspire us in these ways." We seek out these thoughtful objects to share with our Seattle community.

    photo credit Jared Chandler

    Click! started out in a small house in the Admiral District, and has grown into a spacious location in the heart of the West Seattle Junction. This anniversary also marks five years in our current location. It's a significant water mark. Every year is new. We learn new lessons, sometimes relearning the ones we have forgotten. Trying new products and new ideas. Sometimes we nail it, sometimes we don't. But we keep showing up, we keep the doors open, and you come. Some of you have been showing up for the whole eleven years. Some of you are brand new. We are grateful to all of you. Thank you for showing up, and for believing in us, and choosing to shop local and support your community.

    We'd like to invite you to our anniversary party this Saturday, October 10th, from 5-8p. As a thank you, all in-stock items are 20% off (except for our featured artwork) during the party. We'll have champagne and snacks. Come share a drink, on us. Thanks for everything! CHEERS!


  • Seattle Made Week and Steel Toe Studios Event

    This week is Seattle Made Week. What, you ask, is Seattle Made? Well, a few (very good) people got together and said, Hey, Seattleites make amazing things. We make objects, we brew beer. We distill liquor, we make candles. We make jewelry and bird houses and belts and furniture and everything else in-between. Wouldn't it be great to collect all of our Seattle manufacturers in one place, offer support, and raise awareness of all this Seattle awesomeness? And Seattle Made was created.

    Seattle Made Week banner

    Seattle Made Week (September 19-26th) is the inaugural week of highlighting all these great Seattleites and the stores who support them.

    We love our local designers and makers, and carry many Seattle-based products. We specifically carry six Seattle Made manufacturers: Alchemy Goods, Big Dipper candles, Five Ply, Sarah Loertscher, Scrappy's Bitters, and last but not least, Steel Toe Studios.

    STS-power_hammer Erica Gordon in her Georgetown studio

    To celebrate this week, we invited Erica Gordon of Steel Toe Studios to Click! for a trunk show on Friday, September 25th, 6-9p. Erica, local blacksmith extraordinaire, will be bringing a collection of her forged buckles and handmade leather belts. She will be showcasing a limited offering of one-of-a-kind buckles from her Scale collection, as well as new leather belt color ways, like the "Undertow" belt below. She will also be sharing her full collection of stainless steel and brass jewelry, not typically carried at Click!. Come meet this amazing craftsperson and celebrate Seattle's makers.

    STS-oval_scale_undertow_totem One of a kind Scale buckle with Undertow belt

    During the event we will also be giving away a collection of goods from all of our Seattle Made makers both in store and online - follow along on Instagram to win if you aren't in Seattle!


    STS buckle Code buckle with raw leather belt



  • West Seattle Art Walk | Deanna Baldi

    We are thrilled to introduce our next featured artist for this month’s Art Walk! Seattle's own Deanna Baldi will be adding some serious beauty to our space with her botanical-inspired creations.

    Deanna uses some of the most interesting media to bring her floral subjects to life! She begins by drawing on birchwood in graphite, then etches her design with FIRE (say what?!), then finalizes her piece by painting with oils. Talk about a conversation piece to add to your home. These bright, vivid colors will bring so much life to your walls!

    Deanna credits one of her favorite childhood memories as a source of inspiration: picking flowers and leaving them on her neighbors’ doorsteps. Now she has found a way to share flowers – and her talents - with her neighbors (that's YOU!) that will last in your home for a lifetime!

    To see more of these amazing designs, come hang out with Deanna and all of us at Click! on Thursday, September 10 and Thursday, October 8th. We’ll be snacking, mingling, and admiring her beautiful collection from 6-9pm. These beauties will be available at Click! throughout September and October.

  • Click! Summer Fest Sale

    So, if you live in West Seattle, you know this weekend is Summer Fest. For the uninitiated, this is West Seattle's annual street fair, which takes over The Junction streets and fills them with vendors, bands, food trucks, beer gardens, balloons, rides, ice cream and anything else you might desire in high summer.

    Luckily, Click! is right in the thick of it, which means you have no reason not to stop by. We're going to be running a few great sales throughout the weekend, which you will *probably* want to know about.

    Monster Blocks

    Firstly, we'll have our annual sidewalk sale going strong at 10am sharp. Expect steep discounts on past products and less-than-perfect items that are looking for their forever homes. Pro tip: get here early for best selection - those in the know come early and score big. Grab some cash from the ATM and sharpen those elbows - you might need them!


    Secondly, we'll be running a great sale inside our (air conditioned) store as well. 30-50% off in-stock items, ranging from placemats to ceramics. Let the blue and yellow tags be your guide - they will lead you to the best deals! Highlights include: select Jonathan Adler ceramics, Govino glasses, and all kids goods.

    DIY Gin Kit

    The other (non-sale) thing you should know about is that we are fully stocked with gorgeous new Hobo bags, Fatboy hammocks, Salv.Co amplifiers, and other Click! favorites.

    Hobo Sheila Bag




  • West Seattle Artwalk | Hannah Viano

    Click! is happy to welcome back Hannah Viano as our featured artist for July and August. Hannah, a incredibly multi-faceted lady, has been a sailor, fisherwoman, outdoor educator, and circus performer, but you might remember Hannah as the author and artist of "S is for Salmon," one of our best selling children's books at Click!. We have also been lucky enough to show her graceful, nature-inspired black and white papercuts in the past, which some of you may have hanging in your home as you read this.

    Arrow to Alaska

    And onto the new! Hannah has a new book out called Arrow to Alaska, which is cause for celebration if we've ever heard of one. We will be hosting a book signing and artist reception Thursday, July 7th, from 6-9pm for the West Seattle Artwalk. Hannah will be signing copies of Arrow to Alaska,which is a sweet adventure story about a boy named Arrow and his journey from Seattle to Alaska.


    Hannah will be bringing the original papercuts from the book, which are the one of a kind artworks used to create the imagery throughout Arrow to Alaska. These special pieces will be available at Click! through the end of August.

    We're also excited to share that Hannah will be demonstrating how she skillfully cuts her iconic drawings from paper during the reception! So buy a book to sign, clear off a wall for some new artwork, and be prepared to be impressed with Hannah's mad razor blade skills.

    It should also be mentioned that Summer Fest is on the horizon, the annual West Seattle street fair that takes over California Ave SW every July. The Summer Fest pre-party starts on Thursday night, as do our Summer Fest sales. We'll have deep discounts on some of our favorite products, so get here early to snag a deal, and have a drink to celebrate your savings in the street.


  • Independence Day Schedule


    • Friday July 3 regular hours 10am – 7pm
    • Saturday July 4 CLOSED
    • Sunday July 5 regular hours 10am – 5pm

    Enjoy the holiday from the comfort of your very own Fatboy hammock!


  • Summer Hours

    Until further notice, we'll be opening an hour earlier in the morning:

    Monday – Friday: 10am – 7pm

    Saturday – Sunday: 10am – 5pm

    See you bright and early at the crack of 10am!

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