I met my friend Tania Wood when Jeff and I were first married 19 years ago and living in our first tiny house in Santa Rosa, California. Tania was a young, single friend of our neighbors that we often spent time with. Although we lost daily touch with her years ago, we connected over Christmas cards and birth announcements. I watched her children grow through these cards and then about a year ago, Tania and I reconnected in blog land, just as she and her darling husband, Bruce, were embarking on a big move with her family from California to Maine. Tania, now a wife and mother of 2, is not only an amazingly creative interior designer in her own right but a gal who truly appreciates the beauty of a time worn piece and the story it has to tell.
Tania commissioned me to design the identity for WiliBleu, her very own online store, featuring some of her favorite finds, new, reproduction, and authentic vintage pieces. Now settled into their new home in Maine she has been working tirelessly on gathering the best inventory and developing a great online experience. Tonight I received an email that today she launched WiliBleu and I could hardly go on to bed without sharing this exciting news.
Please click on any image to link to WiliBleu, and when you’re done shopping, be sure to link from there over to her blog and tell her hello, and welcome her to the big world of e-commerce!
Although I designed her graphics and her website, Tania and I worked with Desirai of Lucid Dream Designs, a great young designer I met through Etsy, for a fantastic web build.
Congratulations Tania, and stock up, because here we come!
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