"I think interiors that are well designed tell people how to behave," interior designer and the Playa Grande Beach Club resort compound owner, Celerie Kemble says. "Here, I want them to know they're supposed to go barefoot, but they can also put on a grand hat and their emeralds and go twirl around on the beach. I want them to feel the flow of generations and hear the kids shriek and laugh as they run between the houses and the pool. Basically, I want it to be a place that captivates people, so they keep coming back."
Read more in Architectural Digest.