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  • January Sale

    It's January 2015, and it's time for a sale! Now through 25th come grab 30-50% off some of these goodies (while they last):

    All Highway bags 30% off

    Highway handbag sale

    All Alchemy Goods 30-50% off

    Alchemy Goods Messenger bag bike sale

    Lighting by Roost and Leitmotiv 50% off

    Pendant Lighting Seattle sale

    Kids' melamine place sets 30% off

    Thomas Paul kids melamine sale fish

    Pillows 30% off

    Nell and Mary pillows sale

    Govino 30% off

    Govino Glasses sale

    And lots more! Sale prices are good in-store only, limited to stock on hand, and while supplies last.

  • 10 years of Design That Fits

    Click! Anniversary Party

    Over ten years ago, Click! co-owner Frances Smersh was designing and making jewelry: clean, modern designs with color and form and some unusual materials. With her husband John (myself), she exhibited her designs at wholesale trade shows, marketing to shops and galleries nationwide. We met so many amazing designers and saw so many wonderful products that we'd never seen offered in our neighborhood. We both wondered: "what would happen if we brought this to West Seattle?".

    So we did something about it. We opened Click! Design That Fits.

    With a lot of help from our friends, we transformed a former hair salon into a space packed with stylish accessories (Frances's jewelry as the centerpiece), modern furniture, and gifts for the home and tabletop by local artists and international designers alike.

    Six years later, we packed it up and moved 1.5 miles south, to the heart of the West Seattle Junction. The larger space and central location have allowed us to expand our offerings and reach a larger audience.

    We have so many people to thank, most of all you, our customers: the best people anyone in retail could ask for. We've received so much support over the years from people who "get" what we're doing and love it, tell their friends, then come back for more.


    Friday night, October 3, from 5 to 9pm, we're having a little party with snacks and beverages and special discounts. There will be a no-purchase-necessary drawing for a Fatboy® bean bag chair. Drop by to see what's new and share your memories of the last ten years with us! We'll continue to have sale pricing throughout the weekend if you can't make it on Friday.

    Stay up-to-the-minute on our event planning by hanging out with us on the social medias. We're @clickdesign pretty much everywhere. And again, THANK YOU.

  • Meet the Makers: Shelli Markee and re-Ply Furniture

    Thursday night September 11 we will host two makers from very different disciplines. Shelli Markee, the artist whose wire birds soar up the walls at Click!, will flesh out the space with more flora and fauna sculptures in wire. Steve Lawler, a Tacoma woodworker whose reclaimed furniture line is one of the newest additions to the Click! showroom floor, will also be on hand to talk about his solid goods.

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    Shelli's wire works are three-dimensional line drawings, capturing the essence of their subject without color or shading. They are instantly recognizable despite their minimalism. The inspiration she finds in the natural world is comes through in the familiarity of her creations.

    Joining Shelli at Click! will be Steve Lawler of rePly Furniture. Steve uses remnant pieces from cabinet shops, layered and pressed to create modern, beautiful, and comfortable chairs, benches, and tables. Steve will be on hand to talk about his process and inspiration, and will be bringing more pieces than we normally have stocked. "Making plywood beautiful", indeed!


  • re-Ply furniture

    We love modern design, but we don't love wasteful fabrication... which is why we are over the moon for this new line from Tacoma artist Steve Lawler, a former cabinet maker who now uses remnant scraps from cabinet shops to create insanely gorgeous modern furniture:

    e-Ply_chair2 rePly_stool2openend_hp2Yes that chair is very comfortable and yes that stool is available as a bench and yes that end table is available as a coffee table. And yes, they would look fabulous in your home. (chair: $670, stool $462, open end table $888)

  • Dim all the lights, and turn up the old Victrola

    Watching new product releases as we do, we've noticed a lot of "passive amplifiers" which connect to your phone and supposedly amplify the sound without power. You may notice that you've never seen any of them at Click!. That's because most of them look like disposable junk and sound worse.

    But recently something's been happening right under our noses in West Seattle.

    A local guy named Fritz Rud, operating under the moniker of Salv.co, had great realization: that people were amplifying sound without electricity years ago,  and they made it look good. Now look at what he's done:

    Victrola iphone amp


    He's made CUSTOM iPHONE AMPLIFIERS designed to passively enhance a phone’s speaker, no electricity required. They create a warm, vintage sound, typical of the materials used from the Edison era. While more art than utility, each amplifier is a one-of-a-kind conversation piece that is both functional and beautiful.

    Fritz and his iPhone amps will make their worldwide debut at Click! Design That Fits Thursday June 12 during the West Seattle Art Walk, from 6 to 9pm. Come early, as you're probably not the only person thinking these would make a great Father's Day gift.

    All pieces are one-of-a-kind.

  • Book signing: Hannah Viano's S is for Salmon





    Thursday May 8 we will host a book signing event for Hannah Viano, whose beautiful S is for Salmon: A Pacific Northwest Alphabet is now available.

    S is for Salmon, A is for Anemone


    Hannah's art has been featured at Click before; you may remember her amazing pieces, delicately cut from paper. She'll be here for art walk from 6 to 9pm, signing books and showing the original paper-cuts that became the pages of the book.

    F is for Fern, G is for GullHer new book is a feast of stunning imagery. Children and adults will appreciate the unusual alphabet pairings, tuned to aquatic themes of the Pacific Northwest.



    Seattle Salmon

    "Hannah Viano has been a sailor, fisherwoman, outdoor educator, circus performer, and a small town postmistress. She is an artist based in Seattle."

  • Karen Konzuk & her ground breaking jewelry

    We're really lucky that Karen likes visiting Seattle. We get to see what's fresh off her jeweler's bench! Check this bi-metal ring. Steel outside, a peek of gold from the inside and so much room for light to shine thru that diamond!...careful it's blinding - in a very good way.KMR171dg_a-600

    Karen is also bringing earrings, necklaces and bracelets from a several collections that haven't been shown at Click! before.kmp195-600-1


    So put Saturday May 3rd from 11am to 5pm on your calendar and come to Click! and lay your eyes on ground breaking contemporary jewelry design by Karen Konzuk.

  • Double down with 2 Megan Auman events!

    Click! has imported Megan Auman - one of our favorite artists -  to Seattle from Philly for a double event extravaganza!

    Megan Auman

    Thursday March 13th 6pm to 9pm • West Seattle Art Walk with Megan Auman: During Art Walk, Megan will show her original acrylic paintings, vibrant scarves, and luscious pillows.

    Friday March 14th 7pm to 8:30pm •  The intersection of creativity and business." Along with being an amazing designer and maker Megan is an educator and entrepreneur focused on helping creative people succeed in their businesses. Through her website, Designing an MBA, she shares business thinking for fellow artists, designers, and creatives. In her talk, Megan will discuss the intersection of creativity and business, what it takes to develop successful business models for the artistically minded, and why profit is essential to creative businesses.

    Please register for this free event so that we can arrange for seating. No need to register for Art Walk, just show up and start walking!

    UPDATE 3/10/14: The Friday lecture and Q&A is now SOLD OUT.

  • Lisa Hasegawa, intentional art.

    simplicity, focus, repetition - all apt words to describe Lisa Hasegawa's intentional art making. In her own words "...the process of art-making is as important as the finished piece itself." Holes are punched into sheets of paper that she has been collecting for years. Thread is sewn and the holes are burnished closed at the end of the sewing process. Truly a meditation in art.

    Click! welcomes Lisa Hasegawa to the West Seattle Artwalk Thursday February 13th from 6 to 9pm.


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  • Steel Toe Jewelry

    This Thursday's Art Walk captures two artists in the midst of their evolutions: jeweler Frances Smersh is painting, and blacksmith Erica Gordon is making jewelry.

    You know Erica Gordon from her belt buckles: forged, welded, and fabricated in her Georgetown studio. She's taken her same bold aesthetic and scaled it down to jewelry: wearable, sexy, and strong.



    Our own Frances Smersh continues to explore shapes and forms, not in metal but acrylic and mixed media. Think of it as jewelry for your walls.

    Cast of Characters

    Don't worry, we'll still have plenty of Frances's jewelry and Erica's belt buckles!

    West Seattle Art Walk is every second Thursday from 6pm to 9pm. View the walking map here.

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