Change is good.

The I Ching, or Book of Changes, is a classic Chinese oracle. At the center is the concept that life is constantly changing, moving, transforming. We participate in the direction the winds of change move by our attitude, thoughts and actions. Glance this way, turn your attention here, adjust a nuance, make a subtle move and all things shift. Change is good. Change is life. And as Bob Dylan said, the times they are a-changin'.

Welcome to our latest change. New website, new photos, new reflections on things that stir. The mantra of "what's new" goes on and on. Every season new colors, patterns, materials come forward as trends. We follow them. We make them. We start them too. But as important as knowing what's new, we like to ask deeper questions. What lasts? What is eternal? What is best?  We're interested in both sides of the coin.

So while we spend our days dreaming up new ideas and creating one-of-a-kind invitations that make a statement, the really important part is how people feel when they receive one. Excited, special, connected, loved – like it matters if they're there.

In the midst of change, some things stay the same.