- Make Me Swoon: Carrying with her a self-proclaimed "compulsion to create thoughtful interiors," interior designer Celerie Kemble is known for her quirky design ethos that pairs practicality and whimsy with each client's distinct personality. The author of "Celerie Kemble: To Your Taste" and "Black and White: And a Bit in Between," this celebrated industry expert unveils her top Zinc Door desires.
Oly Studio Twin Side Tables
"Puzzle piece tables are really versatile: You can use them separately or bunch them together for a coffee table. I love the daintiness of the Oly Studio Twin side tables' skinny brass ankles."
Jonathan Adler Mirror Ravello
"We are used to seeing turquoise stoneware on vases or tabletops, but on the wall it's a special treat! This mirror provides shine, reflected light and wonderful mottled deep colors to an unexpected spot in the room."
Ro Sham Beaux Malibu Up Pendant
"I love the mixed materials on this Ro Sham Beaux chandelier. The resin beads are modern while the hemp warms it up with a rustic, organic touch."
"Ottomans are versatile and practical because they function as both seats and tabletops. The nailhead detail adds a graphic punch and is completely customizable!"
Lazy Susan Classical Bone Urn
"The bone in this urn reminds me of vintage tessellated stone pieces from the 1960s. Every space could use a touch of green, so I look to beautiful containers to house flowers or branch and leaf arrangements."
Arteriors Savoy Small Polished Brass Pendant
"This super sleek brass pendant will add a touch of shine to any space. The copper interior puts an oft-overlooked metal onto center stage."
Illume Boho Oceano Candle Small
"Little touches like scented candles help create a moment in any room. The Illume Boho Oceano candle smells like bright summer fruits, flirty Jasmine and white musk."
Stray Dog Designs Addie Book Shelf
"The Stray Dog Addie bookshelf's simple geometry adds height and instant "architecture" to a space. Plus, its decoupage newspaper is a fresh twist on a typically monotone surface."