Hello, Sunshine!

Pops of yellowy-green — whether in accessories, fabric, or paint — create a happy vibe


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LOOK BOOK | color corner

product styling by tanya zager chisholm

 


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Soft Complements Sassy!

A. Eve Green, Benjamin Moore, benjaminmoore.com
B. Mayonnaise, Benjamin Moore, benjaminmoore.com
C. Champagne Tickle, Valspar, valsparpaint.com  
D. Pineapple Cream, Sherwin-Williams, sherwinwilliams.com



Global Views Fantasia wall flower, $625, Decoroom, Michigan Design Center, Troy, michigandesign.com
 


 


Duralee Aztec velvet fabric, $324/yd., Michigan Design Center, Troy, michigandesign.com
 


 


Bristol sectional benches in Garrison linen/honeycomb, $1,299-$2,469, Ballard Designs, ballarddesigns.com



Lemon wreath, $60, Sur La Table, metro Detroit-area stores, surlatable.com
 

 


Baker Furniture Safavieh Cynzia rattan side chair, $607/two, Michigan Design Center, Troy, michigandesign.com 

 


Saarinen table, $1,993, Knoll, knoll.com 


 

portrait by
Don Freeman

room photo by Zach DeSart

INTERIOR DESIGNER CELERIE KEMBLE of Kemble Interiors, left, one of the judges for this year’s Detroit Home Design Awards, is a sunshine-lover from way back. Her firm, based in New York and Palm Beach, Fla., tackles everything from urban penthouses to coastal retreats to beach resorts. Naturally, the sunniest colors in her repertoire are various shades of yellow — colors that “feel fresh and bright at all times, and stand up to the hot Florida sun,” she says, referring to the space shown here. “The shade on the walls is an acid green-yellow that looks great off whites,” she adds. This image and more of the designer’s works can be seen in To Your Taste, published by Clarkson Potter ($45, available wherever books are sold).          
 

        

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