Céline Pitre

We knew after our first meeting that Céline and her husband Alan would be great clients that we were to learn a lot from, including the architect's adage “you don't know what you are doing if you use a 45 degree angle”.


Company/Organization: CELINE Interiors Inc.




National Council for Interior Design Qualifications
BID-Bachelor of Interior Design, School of Architecture, University of Manitoba

EXTREME English at 17
Four years Overseas Travel for Multi-Cultural Intro
Drawing from the Right side of the Brain, Stanford University
Gerontology, Simon Fraser University


Describe your work: I create, shape and transform environments at Home, Work & Play to respond and support my clients’ business goals, culture and lifestyle.


Our natural environment’s color palette, textures and patterns
My clients’ challenges & constraints


Awards or Recognition:
Best of Canada Design Award for a Private Residence
NAIOP Real Estate Excellence Award for Best Tenant Improvement
Best of Canada Design Award for Corporate Interiors


Future Projects/Goal: Positively shape prestigious corporate offices, cool retail, legendary resorts and intimate private residences


What is one word that describes your artist style? Actually, three words: Clean, Simple & Eclectic


How did you get started working with ROLLOUT? Figured I should follow my own advice: seek, find and retain the best designers in the world of graphic imagery and collaborate!


Can you share any of your secret tips? Follow, do not question, your initial gut reaction
Never look back!


What did your parents want you to be instead of an artist? I was one of the lucky ones. My parents encouraged me to follow my passion: “if you love what you do, your life will have purpose and you will be happy and healthy”


Is there a piece of art you wished you had created, and why?:
Mary Pratt’s Red Currant Jelly – 1972 oil painting. I love that while using a 16th century technique, she painstakingly delights in a contemporary and mundane topic representing to me a slower pace of life!


What gets you excited about tomorrow? The opportunity to collaborate with other disciplines while doing my work.


How would you refer to the current artistic style and mindset you live in today? Simplify, Simplify, Simplify.


Anything else you’d like to add? A heartfelt thanks to those who have made my progress possible.




Custom designed inspiration wall for Céline Interiors and Endall Elliott Associates



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