I first came across this article written by Rebecca Dalzell and photographed by Genevieve Garrupo in Lonny and it just made me smile. I was so inspired by her fresh take on design that I had to share her very inspiring home in Austin, Texas. Katie Kime is someone who sees the world as though you were on a merry-go-round ride around the color wheel. Traveling has been a great inspiration for her, from bright Moroccan poufs, Obami embroidery or Turkish kilims. “Color in these countries is so bright and bold and fearless, pink with orange, red with pink.” Katie Kime’s home is filled with bright, bold patterns and whimsy. Her interiors website and brand began in 2013 and now, she has expanded to a brick-and-mortar showroom in Austin, Texas.
Bold lighting, large scale artwork, textured grasscloth walls and an over-dyed pink rug from One King’s Lane.
Custom sofas, graphic sliding barn doors, statement lighting and black and white ottomans from OKL.
A close-up of the side tables with Jonathan Adler lamps.
The Master Bedroom painted in a bold, dark charcoal gray from Benjamin Moore~Gravel Gray.
And how could you not feel happy when you walk into this dressing closet to get ready for the day?
Kitchen ~ Gold Ball Pendants by Dot & Bo.
More happy, fun and whimsy in the breakfast nook space.
This is no ho-hum landing space, textured walls, family photos, colorful artwork, and, a fun, colorful graphic wallpaper on the ceiling.
Daughter’s Bedroom. John Robshaw quilt.
And isn’t this totally fun, walls covered in faux silk flowers with a Katie Kime designed birdcage chair in hot pink.
And the fun doesn’t stop in the daughter’s bathroom. The Bee’s Knees, Kimi’s queen bee patterned wallpaper.