Celerie Kemble's childhood was in many ways a design tutorial spent in construction sites, antique stores, and in the unique houses designed by her mother, Mimi McMakin of Palm Beach's Kemble Interiors. After graduating from Harvard, Celerie worked briefly in film production trying unsuccessfully to resist what she calls a compulsion for design and home improvement. Since then Celerie has been working primarily in Florida and New York on residential and commercial projects, helping her clients incorporate the serendipitous and the sentimental without losing clarity or strength. Celerie finds much inspiration in the ever-changing world of New York fashion by ultimately believing design is an expression of individuality, whim, and imagination -- not a product of trends or rules. Celerie has been named as one of the “50 Tastemakers for the Future of Design” by House and Garden, has been listed on House Beautiful’s Top Designer’s list for the past six consecutive years. The work of Kemble Interiors has been profiled in publications such as Elle Décor, House and Garden, House Beautiful, Metropolitan Home, InStyle Home, Traditional Home, Domino and The New York Times.
"I love the color choices available with PANTONE PAINTS so much so that I surrounded myself in them in my own office (very much my home away from home!) We chose PANTONE
11-1305 TPX - Angel Wing - for our conference room because it is flattering, inspiring, and keeps a potentially serious room light-hearted and lively."
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