Wednesday, October 10, 2012


With wide-ranging stylistic influences, Celerie Kemble's debut wallpaper collection with Schumacher has patterns to suit a variety of settings. From a soft, classic acanthus motif to a boldly colored  Chinoiserie cloud, the collection can work in a mid century modern living room, a warm modern entryway, precious powder rooms and on and on. The unexpected scale and color palette make it a fun new line, and here are some favorites that caught my eye.

Cirrus Clouds in Plume

Cirrus Clouds in Shanghai

Playing off the classic tree of life motif, Hot House Flowers Sisal in Seaglass and Chalk is pretty pretty

Flame, a classic flame stitch pattern is re-interpreted in kicky colors like Cha-Cha

Stud Stripe in Natural and Bronze adds warmth and height with a linear stud design

Acanthus Leaf channels old world British glamour

In Seaglass and Chalk

Shadow is a rich grey

Feather Bloom has Art Deco undertones and delicate detailing, Emerald and Ore is a wonderful shade of green

In Two Blues

Golden Plum has a  sophisticated chic

Dove reveals the radiating pattern with contrast

1 comment:

mary said...

I love these papers, especially the first Acathus Leaf and Stud strip. Gorgeous and not the usual.