This has been a summer of traveling — I’m at my happiest and most inspired when I’m seeing new places, and I’m excited to share some postcards from recent travels. First up, a trip to beautiful Anguila and St. Barts: stunning in landscape and architecture. A true experience for the senses.
Our room for the week. There was almost no color anywhere and yet it felt modern and avant garde not too “restoration hardware”
Off of the reception area at the Viceroy, one of the first views you see of the stunning interior (and exterior) design.
The tassel/party in the back cover-ups are kind of everywhere in St. Barts so we joined in the fun.
One word: scale! I mean look at that hand compared to his BOAT of sushi. It was crazy and one of the over the top things Nikki Beach is known for. Needless to say we didn’t finish it but we came close.
The bar at the Viceroy designed by the one and only Kelly Wearstler. She’s always been an idol of mine.
Our pom pom top with pink pom poms switched out for the standard black paired with a recent Lisa Marie Ferndandez skirt purchase from Sun Room in Austin
Epic Eden Rock. We spent the night here and I took this the next morning at breakfast. It’s rare a place or island seems to live up or even surpass the hype but this one did.
I’m not usually one for the photos from the plane window but this one was worth taking. This was taken over San Juan.
This was on a walk down the beach, no filter! Was amazed by the colors and am hoping to try to paint…
Katie Kime is the founder and creative director of Katie Kime, Inc. and the Bright Living blog. At age seven she was making clay pots and has been creating in some form or fashion ever since. She is the designer and driver behind the company's 10+ lines of home and fashion, including furniture, fabric, lucite, accessories and apparel, among others. Beyond design, Katie is passionate about entrepreneurship and travel and merging the two whenever the opportunity presents itself. A native of North Carolina, Katie now resides in Austin, Texas but boards a plane as often as possible.