While other housewares stores in Soho flourish and then fade away, Clio manages to stay in bloom. This diminutive shop is a favorite, and its collection has a finesse and an elegance that separates it from the competition...
The selections here are surprising and mixed, from thin glassware from Eastern Europe to lush, thick plates from Tse-Tse in Paris. You will find also find a fine selection of avant-garde designs from hip Dutch designers.
From the website: Representing a variety of styles from rustic to modern, Clio offers a treasure trove of plates, glasses, bowls, serving pieces, flatware, vases, table linens, lamps and more—all with an emphasis on design. Created by designers across the globe from Brooklyn to Tokyo, the items are displayed on antique farm tables, cupboards, shelves, and hutches—which are also for sale.
Originally reviewed by Maxwell on 12.20.07