If you're not consuming every morsel of Anthony D'Argenzio's impeccably curated feed on Instagram, you're seriously missing out. The New York based interior stylist, creative consultant and self-proclaimed travel junkie has a keen eye for beautiful design, with an unique and eclectic twist. Most importantly, however, he's a non-conforming, anti-minimalist. My kinda guy! In fact, I've been dying to check out Anthony and his wife's vacation rental in Hudson, dubbed This Old Hudson, a physical manifestation of his brand Zio & Sons. It's absolutely gorgeous and just oozing with charm. So you can imagine how excited I was to learn that he recently collaborated with Clé on a new line of tile which was inspired by artisanal Moroccan mosaics. The Zio Zellige collection consists a 4" octagonal, a 1" square tile and a mosaic border, each available in earthy shades of Weathered White, Moroccan Sea Salt, Charred Cedar and Terra Cotta - all of which can be rearranged to create countless patterns and compliment a multitude of aesthetics. I love the boldness of the black and white combination but also so appreciate the subtleness of the neutral hues. Now, I'm just left brainstorming how I could possibly incorporate them into my own home . . .
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