4.22.2013

Highpoint Spring Market 2013: Celerie Kemble's fab new line

Going to Highpoint Market always leaves me with a bounce in my step . . . and this trip was inspiring in so many ways.  I went with my friend and boss, and we had a wonderful, albeit exhausting time shopping for projects as well as for her chic design shop.  We both agreed that the runaway hit of Highpoint this season was Celerie Kemble's new line of furniture with Henredon and accessories with Maitland-Smith.  I especially loved Celerie's mid-century hollywood regency inspired case pieces and have included some pictures of my favorites below which are sure to be wildly popular...
Celerie Kemble 


 Celerie Kemble (right) with her friend, and fellow designer, Meg Braff (left) at the base of one of her designs at the Henredon Showroom

Although the Henredon showroom is a distance from Market Square, it was bustling with the buzz of Celerie Kemble's new line


The finishes are really lovely and must be seen in person to be appreciated.  Celerie Kemble's Dorothy Draper pagoda inspired etatgere.

Love this slender faux bamboo brass cocktail table

It's all in the details, Celerie Kemble's accessories with Maitland-Smith were fantastic

Celerie Kemble's line included some terrific accent lights...Love this shell desk lamp

Super writing desk -- only in black


Scalloped side table with malachite looking top and tortise lamp (wow to that lamp)

Lovely lacquered side table


Brass bamboo luggage rack -- fabulous!

Fretwork Etagere (3)

Leopard Boxes Celerie Kemble for Maitland Smith

Lacquer and Brass Mirror


Moroccan inspired side tables with a variety of tops




Love! Bamboo Place card holders
About Celerie: Celerie Kemble is a principal of Kemble Interiors, based in Palm Beach, Florida, and New York City. Her latest book, “BLACK and WHITE (and a bit in between)” is published by Clarkson Potter and you can buy it here.

About Henredon: Henredon and Maitland-Smith are subsidaries of the public corporation Furniture Brands International, Inc. also owns Hickory, Drexel and a number of other brands.

3 comments:

  1. WOW! I love so much of this! Really am dying for that coffee table. Oh fun that you got to go see all this in person -- thanks for sharing!

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  2. I am officially so jealous. Every piece is perfect, and I would love to meet these great ladies.

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