Celerie Kemble has been creating gracious interiors for nearly twenty years. Her unique ability to weave together the worn and refined with a quiet irreverence has placed this design darling in a league of her own. From an Upper East Side townhouse to a Caribbean retreat, Celerie creates multi-faceted homes that capture the sentimentality of their inhabitants.
In her debut collection for Arteriors, Celerie blends material, texture and finish to forge beautifully dynamic pieces that are playful yet polished. Celerie’s affinity for tactile materials like wicker, rattan and bamboo is the cohesive thread woven throughout the assortment.
Celerie isn’t the only fan of the timeless trend. Like clockwork, the fashion world is also seeing a resurgence in natural materials on everything from handbags to bangles.
The wicker parasol series is already making waves. Atlanta Designer Nina Nash debuted the Parasol Lamp in Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles Southeastern Showhouse.
Celerie’s inspiration from the natural world extends beyond textiles with organic themes infused into the product design. Botanical forms paired with raw metals and vibrant finishes create a beautiful juxtaposition, marrying an ethereal aesthetic drawn from Celerie’s Palm Beach roots with contemporary flair derived from her city life in Manhattan.