New York interior designer Celerie Kemble visited the Washington Design Center last week to promote her recent book, “To Your Taste: Creating Modern Rooms With a Traditional Twist” (Clarkson Potter, $45).
The 35-year-old mother of two is known for her practical, fashion-forward style, and her clients include those with a clean, modern sensibility as well as the tassel-and-trim type. Kemble has been in business for 12 years, but she’s been interested in interior design since the age of 3, learning at the feet of her mother, interior designer Mimi McMakin of Kemble Interiors.
In addition to running Kemble Interiors’ New York office, she is designing a furniture collection for Laneventure, a fabrics line for Schumacher and faux-skins fabrics for Valtekz.
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